Features Added to TestComplete 6.10

Applies to TestComplete 15.64, last modified on May 16, 2024

This topic describes the changes made to TestComplete 6.10. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.

  • The Object Mapping settings have been improved. In earlier versions you could only map custom controls to Win32 objects. Now you can map the controls to any components supported by TestComplete: Win32, .NET, Java, WPF, Microsoft, Developer Express, Syncfusion, Infragistics and others. This feature lets you enable recording and scripting support for descendants of these controls and allow you to create table checkpoints for verifying their data.

  • By using the new Disable mouse project property you can now specify whether TestComplete should ignore the mouse actions that a tester performs during the test execution. Using this feature you can guarantee that a tester’s actions will not affect the test during the run. See also Disabling the Mouse Before Automated Testing.

  • The TestComplete script debugger includes a new powerful command called Set Next Statement. Using this command you can change the execution flow, which allows you to skip or re-execute some code parts within a routine. See Setting Next Execution Point for detailed information.

  • The set of built-in functions has been extended with five new routines:

  • TestComplete now includes a zip archiving functionality (InternalZip). You can use it to compress test results. See Archiving Test Results.

  • Now, TestComplete includes an SQL Designer which you can use to view and create custom queries for database checkpoints.

  • A support for Mozilla Firefox has been extended. Now TestComplete can automatically change the proxy settings of this browser when it records HTTP traffic. Also, all Mozilla applications have obtained a pair of extended properties that provide scripting access to application’s internal information and options.

  • TestComplete now includes compiled executables of its demo applications.

  • A number of bugs have been fixed.

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