Properties Property

Applies to TestComplete 15.40, last modified on March 25, 2022

Description

Use the Properties property to obtain a StoredObjectProperty object that provides a scripting interface to a property value that is stored in the property collection to which StoredObject provides access to.

Declaration

StoredObjectObj.Properties(Index)

Read-Only Property A StoredObjectProperty object
StoredObjectObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to a StoredObject object
Index [in]    Required    Integer    

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Parameters

The property has the following parameter:

Index

Specifies the index of the desired property value. The first property value has index 0, the second - 1, the third - 2 an so on. The total number of stored properties is specified by the PropertyCount property.

Property Value

A StoredObjectProperty object that provides a scripting interface to the desired stored property.

Remarks

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

Example

The following code demonstrates how you can access the desired item of the Objects collection and the properties stored in this item.

JavaScript, JScript

function Test1()
{
  // Obtains the specified property collection
  StoredObject = Objects.Items("MyCollection");
  Log.Message("The total number of property values stored by the collection: " + StoredObject.PropertyCount);

  // Access the specified stored property
  StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject.Properties(0);
    // --or--
  // StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject.PropertyByName("Caption");
  PropertyName = StoredObjectProperty.Name;
  PropertyValue = StoredObjectProperty.Value;
  Log.Message(PropertyName + " = " + PropertyValue);
}

Python

def Test1():
  # Obtains the specified property collection 
  StoredObject = Objects.Items("MyCollection")
  Log.Message("The total number of property values stored by the collection: " + str(StoredObject.PropertyCount))
  # Access the specified stored property  
  StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject.Properties[0]
  # --or-- 
  # StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject.PropertyByName["Caption"]
  PropertyName = StoredObjectProperty.Name 
  PropertyValue = StoredObjectProperty.Value
  Log.Message(PropertyName + " = " + str(PropertyValue))

VBScript

Sub Test1
  ' Obtains the specified property collection
  Set StoredObject = Objects.Items("MyCollection")
  Log.Message("The total number of property values stored by the collection: " & StoredObject.PropertyCount)

  ' Access the specified stored property
  Set StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject.Properties(0)
    ' --or--
  ' Set StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject.PropertyByName("Caption")
  PropertyName = StoredObjectProperty.Name
  PropertyValue = StoredObjectProperty.Value
  Log.Message(PropertyName & " = " & PropertyValue)
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure Test1;
begin
  // Obtains the specified property collection
  StoredObject := Objects.Items('MyCollection');
  Log.Message('The total number of property values stored by the collection: ' + StoredObject.PropertyCount);

  // Access the specified stored property
  StoredObjectProperty := StoredObject.Properties(0);
    // --or--
  // StoredObjectProperty := StoredObject.PropertyByName('Caption');
  PropertyName := StoredObjectProperty.Name;
  PropertyValue := StoredObjectProperty.Value;
  Log.Message(PropertyName + ' = ' + PropertyValue);
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Test1()
{
  // Obtains the specified property collection
  StoredObject = Objects["Items"]("MyCollection");
  Log["Message"]("The total number of property values stored by the collection: " + StoredObject["PropertyCount"]);

  // Access the specified stored property
  StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject["Properties"](0);
    // --or--
  // StoredObjectProperty = StoredObject["PropertyByName"]("Caption");
  PropertyName = StoredObjectProperty["Name"];
  PropertyValue = StoredObjectProperty["Value"];
  Log["Message"](PropertyName + " = " + PropertyValue);
}

See Also

PropertyCount Property
PropertyByName Property
StoredObjectProperty Object

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