TestComplete recognizes web page elements displayed in the Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, or Chrome browser, as well as in tested applications that use the WebBrowser control or Chromium. It allows you to access any P, DIV, IMG, INPUT and many other objects, use their properties and attributes and call their methods in your tests.
TestComplete also provides extended support for the most popular web controls and elements. It automatically recognizes individual controls and lets you interact with them both at design time and during test recording or playback. Based on the object type, TestComplete provides a set of object-specific methods and properties for automating various interactions with the object. For example:
Item selection in combo box, list box and list view controls is recorded and played back by using the
Clicks on grid cells -- by using the
And so on.
When you are recording user actions with supported web controls, TestComplete records these special methods and properties applied to the corresponding objects, rather than just coordinate clicks. You can see some of these methods, specifically,
ClickButton, in the sample test below.
TestComplete recognizes and provides support for the following web controls:
Controls implemented with the following Web Components technologies:
TestComplete allows creating Table Checkpoints for some web controls that represent information in a tabular form (for a complete list of these controls, see About Tables Collection). With table checkpoints you can retrieve and compare data of web tabular controls.
In addition to control-specific methods and properties for automating operations with web controls, TestComplete provides access to native properties, attributes and methods of these objects. These are the same properties, attributes and methods that are used in the application’s source code.
You can use these native properties, attributes and methods to extend your tests and perform custom operations that are not available with standard properties and methods provided by TestComplete. For more information, see Accessing Native Web Attributes and Methods.
For more information on how to interact with controls in the application under test, simulate user actions and perform other testing operations with these controls (for example, check the control state or search for a control, and so on), refer to topics of the Working With Application Objects and Controls section.