BrowserTestedApp Object

Applies to TestComplete 15.63, last modified on April 10, 2024


The BrowserTestedApp object corresponds to a web application in the project’s Tested Applications collection. It lets you get or set information about the web application, such as its URL and the browser used to open this application. It also provides methods to launch and close the tested web application from tests.

To obtain the BrowserTestedApp object corresponding to a specific web 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.


  • Tested applications of the Web type are obsolete and are supported for backward compatibility only. To launch a web browser from tests, use the Run Browser keyword test operation or the Browsers.Item(...).Run scripting method.
  • A tested web application is represented in tests as a BrowserTestedApp object only if the Use special runtime object option is selected for the application in the TestedApps editor. Otherwise, the application is represented by a generic TestedApp object. In this case, you can set web-specific parameters via the TestedApps.AppName.Params.ActiveParams object.



The following script defines a tested application for the SmartBear web site in Internet Explorer and then launches this application.

JavaScript, JScript

function Test()
  var index = TestedApps.AddBrowser("Internet Explorer");
  var app = TestedApps.Items(index);
  app.PageAddress = "";



def Test():
  index = TestedApps.AddBrowser("Internet Explorer")
  app = TestedApps.Items[index]
  app.PageAddress = ""


Sub Test
  Dim app, index

  index = TestedApps.AddBrowser("Internet Explorer")
  Set app = TestedApps.Items(index)
  app.PageAddress = ""

End Sub


procedure Test;
var app, index;
  index := TestedApps.AddBrowser('Internet Explorer');
  app := TestedApps.Items(index);
  app.PageAddress := '';


C++Script, C#Script

function Test()
  var index = TestedApps["AddBrowser"]("Internet Explorer");
  var app = TestedApps["Items"](index);
  app["PageAddress"] = "";


See Also

Classic Web Testing
About Tested Applications
Working With Tested Applications in Tests
TestedApps Object

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