ProjectName Property (Specific to ProjectSuite Object)

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

Description

Use the TestItems.ProjectName property to obtain the test item’s name. This is the name of the corresponding project and the same value that is displayed in the Name column on the Test Items page of the Project Suite Editor.

Declaration

ProjectSuite TestItemObj.ProjectName

Read-Only Property String
ProjectSuite TestItemObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to a ProjectSuite TestItem object

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Property Value

The string containing the test item’s name.

Example

The following example iterates through a project’s test items and posts their properties to the test log:

JavaScript, JScript

function Test() {
  // Iterates through test items
  for (i = 0; i< ProjectSuite.TestItems.ItemCount; i++) {
    LogTestItemInfo(ProjectSuite.TestItems.TestItem(i));
  }
}

function LogTestItemInfo(ATestItem) {
  // Prints the test item name
  Log.AppendFolder(ATestItem.ProjectName);
  // Prints the test item description
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Description);
  // Prints the corresponding project location
  Log.Message(ATestItem.ProjectLocation);
  // Determines whether the current test item is enabled
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Enabled);
  // Obtains the test item’s StopOnError property value
  Log.Message(ATestItem.StopOnError);
  // Prints the test item’s timeout
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Timeout);
  Log.PopLogFolder();
}

Python

def Test():
  # Iterates through test items 
  for i in range (0, ProjectSuite.TestItems.ItemCount):
    LogTestItemInfo(ProjectSuite.TestItems.TestItem[i])

def LogTestItemInfo(ATestItem):
  # Prints the test item name 
  Log.AppendFolder(ATestItem.ProjectName)
  # Prints the test item description
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Description)
  # Prints the corresponding project location
  Log.Message(ATestItem.ProjectLocation)
  # Determines whether the current test item is enabled 
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Enabled)
  # Obtains the test item's StopOnError property value 
  Log.Message(ATestItem.StopOnError)
  # Prints the test item's timeout 
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Timeout)
  Log.PopLogFolder();

VBScript

Sub Test()
  Dim i
  ' Iterates through test items
  For i = 0 To ProjectSuite.TestItems.ItemCount - 1
    LogTestItemInfo(ProjectSuite.TestItems.TestItem(i))
  Next 

End Sub 

Sub LogTestItemInfo(ATestItem)
  ' Prints the test item name
  Log.AppendFolder(ATestItem.ProjectName)
  ' Prints the test item description
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Description)
  ' Prints the corresponding project location
  Log.Message(ATestItem.ProjectLocation)
  ' Determines whether the current test item is enabled
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Enabled)
  ' Obtains the test item’s StopOnError property value
  Log.Message(ATestItem.StopOnError)
  ' Prints the test item’s timeout
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Timeout)
  Log.PopLogFolder
End Sub 

DelphiScript

procedure LogTestItemInfo(ATestItem);
begin
  // Prints the test item name
  Log.AppendFolder(ATestItem.ProjectName);
  // Prints the test item description
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Description);
  // Prints the corresponding project location
  Log.Message(ATestItem.ProjectLocation);
  // Determines whether the current test item is enabled
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Enabled);
  // Obtains the test item’s StopOnError property value
  Log.Message(ATestItem.StopOnError);
  // Prints the test item’s timeout
  Log.Message(ATestItem.Timeout);
  Log.PopLogFolder();
end;

procedure Test();
var i;
begin
  // Iterates through test items
  for i := 0 to ProjectSuite.TestItems.ItemCount-1 do 
    LogTestItemInfo(ProjectSuite.TestItems.TestItem(i));
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Test()
{
  // Iterates through test items
  for (i = 0; i< ProjectSuite["TestItems"]["ItemCount"]; i++)
  {
    LogTestItemInfo(ProjectSuite["TestItems"]["TestItem"](i));
  }
}

function LogTestItemInfo(ATestItem)
{
  // Prints the test item name
  Log["AppendFolder"](ATestItem.ProjectName);
  // Prints the test item description
  Log["Message"](ATestItem.Description);
  // Prints the corresponding project location
  Log["Message"](ATestItem.ProjectLocation);
  // Determines whether the current test item is enabled
  Log["Message"](ATestItem.Enabled);
  // Obtains the test item’s StopOnError property value
  Log["Message"](ATestItem.StopOnError);
  // Prints the test item’s timeout
  Log["Message"](ATestItem.Timeout);
  Log["PopLogFolder"]();
}

See Also

Description Property (Specific to ProjectSuite Object)
ProjectLocation Property (Specific to ProjectSuite Object)

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