With TestComplete, you can test your 32-bit and 64-bit .NET applications. You can record and replay various interactions with .NET applications, such as navigation through the application’s screens, filling out forms, running menu commands. To ensure that the tested application functions properly, you can insert various checkpoints for verifying data, GUI element states and other items.
This section contains information specific to .NET application testing. For general information about creating and running automated tests with TestComplete, refer to the Working With TestComplete section.
Basic Information and Requirements
About Testing .NET Applications
Requirements for Testing .NET Applications
Settings for Testing Network and No-Touch Deployment .NET Applications
Creating Tests for .NET Applications
Addressing Objects in .NET Applications
Support for .NET Applications' Controls
Accessing Native Properties and Methods of .NET Objects
Accessing Non-Visual Objects in .NET Applications
Creating Instances of .NET Classes Defined in Applications
.NET Applications Unit Testing
Related Topics of Interest
Working With Application Objects and Controls
Calling Functions From .NET Assemblies
Testing Silverlight Applications
Testing ClickOnce Applications
TestComplete includes a number of sample .NET applications and test projects for them. You can examine these samples to better understand how to implement some common automated testing scenarios.
|<TestComplete Samples>\Desktop\Orders||A general purpose testing sample for the sample Orders application created with C#.|
|<TestComplete Samples>\Desktop\Checkpoints\||Examples of using database, table and XML checkpoints for verifying .NET applications.|
|<TestComplete Samples>\Common\Data-Driven Testing\||Example of data-driven testing of the Orders application using data from an Excel file.|
For information about sample applications and test projects included in TestComplete, see TestComplete Samples.