Items Property

Applies to TestComplete 15.61, last modified on February 27, 2024
The Network Suite functionality is deprecated. We don’t recommend using it for distributed testing. Consider using a CI/CD system for managing distributed tests. See Migrating Distributed Tests to CI/CD Systems for details. In case you need to run web tests on multiple environments in parallel, you can also try using your project’s Execution Plan.

Description

The Items property returns a host specified by the index it has in the host collection represented by the Hosts object.

Declaration

HostsObj.Items(Index)

Read-Only Property A Host object
HostsObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to a Hosts object
Index [in]    Required    Integer    

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Parameters

The property has the following parameter:

Index

The index of the desired host in the host collection. The index ranges between 0 and Hosts.Count - 1.

Property Value

A Host object.

Remarks

If you use Python or DelphiScript, you should enclose the parameter of the Items property in square brackets: Items[Index].

Since the Items property is the default property for the Hosts object, you can omit the name of this property when referring to a collection item. Therefore, the following code lines are equivalent:

JavaScript, JScript

// Using the Items property explicitly
Host = NetworkSuite.Hosts.Items(0);
// -- or --
// Using the Items property implicitly
Host = NetworkSuite.Hosts(0);

Python

# Using the Items property explicitly 
Host = NetworkSuite.Hosts.Items[0]
# -- or --
# Using the Items property implicitly
Host = NetworkSuite.Hosts[0]

VBScript

' Using the Items property explicitly
Set Host = NetworkSuite.Hosts.Items(0)
' -- or --
' Using the Items property implicitly
Set Host = NetworkSuite.Hosts(0)

DelphiScript

// Using the Items property explicitly
Host := NetworkSuite.Hosts.Items[0];
// -- or --
// Using the Items property implicitly
Host := NetworkSuite.Hosts[0];

C++Script, C#Script

// Using the Items property explicitly
Host = NetworkSuite["Hosts"]["Items"](0);
// -- or --
// Using the Items property implicitly
Host = NetworkSuite["Hosts"](0);

Example

To view the examples that demonstrate how to use this property, see the help topics describing the methods and properties that belong to the Host object.

See Also

Distributed Testing
Hosts.Count
Hosts.ItemByName
Hosts.AddNew
Host Object
Host.Index

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