This topic describes the changes made to TestComplete 6.11. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Open Applications. TestComplete now supports Visual C++ Open Applications created in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. So, you can test these applications in white-box mode, by using their internal objects, methods and properties. See Testing Visual C++ Applications - Overview.
Support for Syncfusion bar controls. The new version introduces support for the ToolStripEx and StatusStripEx controls from the Syncfusion Essential Tools library. You can work with these controls using the
Improved recording of web page URLs. TestComplete projects include a new Ignore dynamic URL parameters property. It controls how TestComplete records web pages’ URLs that contain dynamic parameters (that is, parameters passed after the question mark in the URL). If this property is enabled, TestComplete replaces the parameter values with the * wildcard. This makes the recorded script independent of the parameter values and thus more stable. For more information, see Ignoring Query String Parameters.
More information about processes. All
processobjects have two new properties,
FileVersionInfoproperty lets you get the file version information of the process executable. Using the
SessionIdproperty, you can get the identifier of the Terminal Service session under which the process is running.
Unit metrics. The Code Explorer panel has been improved. In addition to the code structure, it now displays a summary about the current project suite and each of its projects and script units. See Code Metrics.
The Create Property Checkpoint dialog has a new Case sensitive option. You can use this option when creating string property checkpoints to specify whether the comparison should be case-sensitive or case-insensitive.
The Stop Outlining command was added to the context menu of the Code Editor. It lets you quickly cancel outlining in the current script unit. See Outlining.
A number of bugs have been fixed.