When you configure an application,
Silk Test Classic automatically creates a base state for the application. An application’s base state is the known, stable state that you expect
the application to be in before each test begins execution, and the state the application can be returned to after each test
has ended execution.
Silk Test Classic
has slightly different procedures depending on which type of application you are configuring:
- A standard application, which is an application that does not use a web browser, for example a Windows application or a Java
- A web application, which is an application that uses a web browser, for example a web page, a web-based application on a mobile
device, or an
Apache Flex application.
- A mobile native application, which is a non web-based application on a mobile device.