This section lists usability enhancements that have been made in Silk Test 20.0.
Silk Test Workbench now supports encrypting passwords in the UI.
Silk Test Workbench now supports testing <datalist> elements in web applications.
To assist in avoiding performance issues, Silk Test Workbench will now inform you if the occupied size of the Silk Test Workbench database exceeds a threshold percentage of the full available size.
Silk Test Workbench now provides a new variable for the user that has executed a visual test or a VB .NET script.
Silk Test Workbench now supports undoing changes while editing a visual test.
To generate Silk Test Workbench results in a format that can be used by JUnit, the STW.EXE command line now allows you to specify the additional parameter resultformat with the value JUnit.