Applies to TestComplete 12.31, last modified on July 10, 2017

You can use TestComplete to test Oracle Forms applets embedded into a web page or running out-of-browser (launched by using Java Web Start).

This section contains information specific to testing Oracle Forms.

For general information on creating and running automated tests, refer to the Working With TestComplete section.

In This Section

Testing Oracle Forms - Overview

Provides general information about testing Oracle Forms.

Requirements for Testing Oracle Forms

Lists the requirements that must be met to test Oracle Forms.

Accessing Native Methods of Oracle Forms

Explains how to call native methods of Oracle Forms in your tests.

Addressing Objects in Oracle Forms

Explains how to refer to Oracle Forms GUI objects from tests using Name Mapping and without using Name Mapping.

Support for Oracle Forms Controls

Describes support that TestComplete provides for the most frequently used controls in Oracle Forms.

Related Topics of Interest

Testing Java Applications

Describes how to test AWT and Swing applications.

Adding Java Web Start Applications to the List of Tested Applications

If your Oracle Forms application runs out-of-browser, by using Java Web Start, you can add the application to the list of tested applications in your test project. This topic describes how you add Web Start applications to the list of tested applications.

Recording Automated Tests - Overview

Contains basic information on recording tests in TestComplete.

Running, Pausing and Stopping Automated Tests

Contains general information on running tests in TestComplete.

Testing With TestComplete

Describes different test types supported by TestComplete.

Writing Scripts - Overview

Contains general information on writing scripts and on supported scripting languages.

Database Checkpoints

Describes how to verify database contents from tests.

See Also

Desktop Application Testing
Applications Testing