Recording and Testing the Script using Silk Test Workbench

  1. Ensure that the target application is running and available.
  2. In Silk Test Workbench, record the .NET script or create and record a visual test.
  3. Optional: Create any arguments. For additional information, see Supporting eCATT Script Arguments in Silk Test Workbench.
  4. Use Silk Test Workbench to playback the .NET script or visual test. You can also view results created for the playback.
  5. Save the test and all associated Silk Test Workbench assets in a BLOB. Once saved, the BLOB data is transferred back to the SAP/R3 database for use in eCATT.