TestComplete supports most standard Windows controls, including radio button controls. To work with the latter, it uses a special scripting object called
Win32RadioButton. This object is automatically associated with radio button controls whose class names are listed in the project’s Object Mapping options.
If the tested application uses custom radio button controls, you can add their class names to the Object Mapping list and thus associate them with the
Win32RadioButton object as well. For more information on how to set up this association, see Default Project Properties - Object Mapping Options.
Win32RadioButton object’s methods and properties let you perform various operations over radio buttons. If the tested application is an Open Application, the radio button’s internal methods and properties are also visible to TestComplete and accessible from tests. In any case, you can learn which methods and properties of the radio button control are available to your tests by exploring the control in the Object Browser.
The topics of this section describe how you can work with Win32 radio button controls in scripts. To learn about working with Android radio button controls see the Working With Android Radio Button Controls section.
|Note:||Though the following topics deal with scripts, you can use the same approaches while testing an application from your keyword tests. For more information, see Keyword Tests Basic Operations.|
In This Section
Selecting a Radio Button in Desktop Windows Applications
Determining a Radio Button's State in Desktop Windows Applications
Getting a Radio Button's Image in Desktop Windows Applications
Working With Radio Groups in Desktop Windows Applications
Related Topics of Interest
Working With Button Controls in Desktop Windows Applications
Working With Check Box Controls in Desktop Windows Applications
Win32 RadioButton Support
Default Project Properties - Object Mapping Options