Applies to TestComplete 14.70, last modified on October 20, 2020

The information in this topic applies both to default and cross-platform web tests.

In your web tests, you can access the HTML DOM document object of web pages. You can use it in your tests to get specific DOM-related data from the web page.

To access a web page’s DOM document object, use the Page.contentDocument property. Similarly, to get the document object of a frame, use the Frame.contentDocument property.

The following example demonstrates how you can use the DOM document.title property to get the web page title:

Keyword test that gets the contentDocument.title property value

JavaScript, JScript

  var page = Sys.Browser().Page("*");
  Log.Message(page.contentDocument.title);

Python

  page = Sys.Browser().Page("*")
  Log.Message(page.contentDocument.title)

VBScript

  Set page = Sys.Browser.Page("*")
  Log.Message page.contentDocument.title

DelphiScript

var page;
  …
  page := Sys.Browser.Page('*'');
  Log.Message(page.contentDocument.title);

C++Script, C#Script

  var page = Sys["Browser"]()["Page"]("*");
  Log["Message"](page["contentDocument"]["title"]);

For information on the properties and methods of the DOM document object in different browsers, follow these links:

Cross-Platform Web Test Limitation

In your cross-platform web tests, you can only access the DOM document object’s properties and methods that return simple type data (strings, integers, or Booleans). If a member returns a value of a complex type, for example, a collection, TestComplete will convert it into a string.

Remarks

The contentDocument property is a native property of web pages in Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Internet Explorer 11.

See Also

How To
Run JavaScript on Web Pages
Access Native Web Attributes and Methods
Getting CSS Attributes

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