Applies to TestComplete 14.70, last modified on October 26, 2020

Description

The AndroidTestedApp object corresponds to an Android application in the project’s Tested Applications collection. It lets you get or set information about the Android application, such as the path to the application's package and it also lets you launch the tested application from tests.

To obtain the AndroidTestedApp object corresponding to a specific Android application, use any of the following:

  • TestedApps.AppName, where AppName is the application's name in the Tested Applications collection and in the Project Explorer.

  • TestedApps.Items(Index), where Index is the zero-based index of the application in the Tested Applications collection.

Members

Example

The sample code below demonstrates how to add a new Android application to the list of tested applications, specify the application’s properties and run the application.

JavaScript, JScript

function AddAndroidApplication()
{

  // Sets the current device
  Mobile.SetCurrent("MyDevice");

  // Adds the Android application from the package and obtains its index in the list of tested applications
  var ind = TestedApps.AddAndroidApp("C:\\Android\\apks\\SampleApp.apk");

  // Obtains the added tested application by its index and specifies its properties
  var AndroidTestedApp = TestedApps.Items(ind);
  AndroidTestedApp.DeployOnStart = true;
  AndroidTestedApp.Launch = true;
  AndroidTestedApp.GrantPermissions = true;
  AndroidTestedApp.KeepDataAndCache = false;
  
  // Checks if the applications is instrumented
  if (!AndroidTestedApp.Instrumented)
  {
    // Sets up custom certificate parameters
    AndroidTestedApp.UseCustomCertificate = true;
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePath = "C:\\Android\\Keystore";
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePassword = "KstrPass";
    AndroidTestedApp.Alias = "KeyAlias";
    AndroidTestedApp.KeyPassword = "KeyPass";
  }

  // Checks if TestComplete can work with the instrumented application
  if (AndroidTestedApp.InstrumentedWithSupportedVersion)
  {
    // Launches the application
    AndroidTestedApp.Run();
  }
  else
  {
    // Posts an error to the log
    Log.Error("Please use uninstrumented application or application instrumented for the current TestComplete version");
  }
}

Python

def AddAndroidApplication():
  # Sets the current device
  Mobile.SetCurrent("MyDevice")

  # Adds the Android application from the package and obtains its index in the list of tested applications
  ind = TestedApps.AddAndroidApp("C:\\Android\\apks\\SampleApp.apk")

  # Obtains the added tested application by its index and specifies its properties
  AndroidTestedApp = TestedApps.Items[ind]
  AndroidTestedApp.DeployOnStart = True
  AndroidTestedApp.Launch = True
  AndroidTestedApp.GrantPermissions = True
  AndroidTestedApp.KeepDataAndCache = False
   
  # Checks if the applications is instrumented
  if (not AndroidTestedApp.Instrumented):
    # Sets up custom certificate parameters
    AndroidTestedApp.UseCustomCertificate = True
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePath = "C:\\Android\\Keystore"
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePassword = "KstrPass"
    AndroidTestedApp.Alias = "KeyAlias"
    AndroidTestedApp.KeyPassword = "KeyPass"

  # Checks if TestComplete can work with the instrumented application
  if (AndroidTestedApp.InstrumentedWithSupportedVersion):
    # Launches the application
    AndroidTestedApp.Run()
  else:
   # Posts an error to the log
   Log.Error("Please use uninstrumented application or application instrumented for the current TestComplete version")

VBScript

Sub AddAndroidApplication

  ' Sets the current device
  Mobile.SetCurrent("MyDevice")

  ' Adds the Android application from the package and obtains its index in the list of tested applications
  ind = TestedApps.AddAndroidApp("C:\Android\apks\SampleApp.apk")

  ' Obtains the added tested application by its index and specifies its properties
  Set AndroidTestedApp = TestedApps.Items(ind)
  AndroidTestedApp.DeployOnStart = True
  AndroidTestedApp.Launch = True
  AndroidTestedApp.GrantPermissions = True
  AndroidTestedApp.KeepDataAndCache = False
  
  ' Checks if the applications is instrumented
  If not AndroidTestedApp.Instrumented Then
    ' Sets up custom certificate parameters
    AndroidTestedApp.UseCustomCertificate = true
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePath = "C:\Android\Keystore"
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePassword = "KstrPass"
    AndroidTestedApp.Alias = "KeyAlias"
    AndroidTestedApp.KeyPassword = "KeyPass"
  End If

  ' Checks if TestComplete can work with the instrumented application
  If AndroidTestedApp.InstrumentedWithSupportedVersion Then
    ' Launches the application
    AndroidTestedApp.Run()
  Else
    ' Posts an error to the log
    Log.Error("Please use uninstrumented application or application instrumented for the current TestComplete version")
  End If
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure AddAndroidApplication();
var 
  ind, AndroidTestedApp;
begin

  // Sets the current device
  Mobile.SetCurrent('MyDevice');

  // Adds the Android application from the package and obtains its index in the list of tested applications
  ind := TestedApps.AddAndroidApp('C:\Android\apks\SampleApp.apk');

  // Obtains the added tested application by its index and specifies its launch properties
  AndroidTestedApp := TestedApps.Items[ind];
  AndroidTestedApp.DeployOnStart := true;
  AndroidTestedApp.Launch := true;
  AndroidTestedApp.GrantPermissions := true;

  AndroidTestedApp.KeepDataAndCache := false;

  // Checks if the applications is instrumented
  if not AndroidTestedApp.Instrumented then
  begin
    // Sets up custom certificate parameters
    AndroidTestedApp.UseCustomCertificate := true;
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePath := 'C:\Android\Keystore';
    AndroidTestedApp.KeystorePassword := 'KstrPass';
    AndroidTestedApp.Alias := 'KeyAlias';
    AndroidTestedApp.KeyPassword := 'KeyPass';
  end;

  // Checks if TestComplete can work with the instrumented application
  if AndroidTestedApp.InstrumentedWithSupportedVersion then
    // Launches the application
    AndroidTestedApp.Run()
  else
    // Posts an error to the log
    Log.Error('Please use uninstrumented application or application instrumented for the current TestComplete version');
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function AddAndroidApplication()
{

  // Sets the current device
  Mobile["SetCurrent"]("MyDevice");

  // Adds the Android application from the package and obtains its index in the list of tested applications
  var ind = TestedApps["AddAndroidApp"]("C:\\Android\\apks\\SampleApp.apk");

  // Obtains the added tested application by its index and specifies its properties
  var AndroidTestedApp = TestedApps["Items"](ind);
  AndroidTestedApp["DeployOnStart"] = true;
  AndroidTestedApp["Launch"] = true;
  AndroidTestedApp["GrantPermissions"] = true;
  AndroidTestedApp["KeepDataAndCache"] = false;
  
  // Checks if the applications is instrumented
  if (!AndroidTestedApp["Instrumented"])
  {
    // Sets up custom certificate parameters
    AndroidTestedApp["UseCustomCertificate"] = true;
    AndroidTestedApp["KeystorePath"] = "C:\\Android\\Keystore";
    AndroidTestedApp["KeystorePassword"] = "KstrPass";
    AndroidTestedApp["Alias"] = "KeyAlias";
    AndroidTestedApp["KeyPassword"] = "KeyPass";
  }

  // Checks if TestComplete can work with the instrumented application
  if (AndroidTestedApp["InstrumentedWithSupportedVersion"])
  {
    // Launches the application
    AndroidTestedApp["Run"]();
  }
  else
  {
    // Posts an error to the log
    Log["Error"]("Please use uninstrumented application or application instrumented for the current TestComplete version");
  }
}

See Also

About Tested Android Applications
Default Web Testing
About Tested Applications
Working With Tested Applications in Tests
TestedApps Object

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