CompareInSubTreeMode property specifies how TestComplete will compare the nodes of the stored and actual documents when comparing XML documents with the
Compare method of the
XMLCheckpoint object. If the property is True, TestComplete will only compare the values of those nodes that belong to the stored document (that is, the stored nodes must form a subtree of the actual document's nodes tree). In this case, the comparison results will not include messages that inform you about nodes that only exist in the actual document and do not exist in the stored document. These nodes are ignored during the comparison.
|XMLCheckpointOptionsObj||An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to an XMLCheckpointOptions object|
The property is applied to the following object:
True, if TestComplete will compare XML documents in subtree mode and False otherwise.
XMLCheckpointOptions object provides access to a copy of the element’s data. Changes made to the comparison settings via the
CompareInSubTreeMode property will not be stored in the XMLCheckpoint element and will not be displayed in the XMLCheckpointOptions Element editor.
The following example demonstrates how you can obtain the
XMLCheckpointOtions object, set its
CompareInSubTreeMode property value to True and compare XMLCheckpoint with the XML document.
def CompareInSubTreeModeDemo(): # Obtains the XMLCheckpoint object. XMLCheckpoint = XML.MyXMLCheckpoint # Obtains the XMLCheckpointOptions object. XMLOptions = XMLCheckpoint.Options # Enables the CompareInSubTreeMode XML checkpoint option. XMLOptions.CompareInSubTreeMode = True # Specifies the XML document path. XMLDoc = "D:\\Work Folder\\XMLFile.xml" # Compares MyXMLCheckpoint with the XML document. XMLCheckpoint.Compare(XMLDoc)