AdditionalText Property

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

Description

The AdditionalText property specifies the text or code of an HTML page displayed in the Details panel of the Test Log. You can change this property to modify the TestComplete message.

Declaration

LogParamsObj.AdditionalText

Read-Write Property String
LogParamsObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to a LogParams object

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Property Value

The additional information posted to the Details panel of the test log.

Example

The code below demonstrates how you can use the LogParams object to specify settings for the messages posted to the test log when an unexpected window appears.

JavaScript, JScript

function EventControl1_OnUnexpectedWindow(Sender, Window, LogParams)
{
  LogParams.MessageText = "An unexpected window has appeared.";
  // Specifies the string that will be posted to the Details panel
  LogParams.AdditionalText = "The " + Window.Name + " window has appeared.";
  // ...
  LogParams.Priority = pmHighest;
  LogParams.FontStyle.Bold = true;
  // ...
  // Specifies the color settings
  LogParams.FontColor = clSilver;
  LogParams.Color = clFuchsia;
}

Python

def EventControl1_OnUnexpectedWindow(Sender, Window, LogParams):
  LogParams.MessageText = "An unexpected window has appeared."
  # Specifies the string that will be posted to the Details panel
  LogParams.AdditionalText = "The " + Window.Name + " window has appeared."
  # ....
  LogParams.Priority = pmHighest
  LogParams.FontStyle.Bold = True
  # ...
  # Specifies the color settings
  LogParams.FontColor = clSilver
  LogParams.Color = clFuchsia

VBScript

Sub EventControl1_OnUnexpectedWindow(Sender, Window, LogParams)

  LogParams.MessageText = "An unexpected window has appeared."
  ' Specifies the string that will be posted to the Details panel
  LogParams.AdditionalText = "The " & Window.Name & " window has appeared."
  ' ...
  LogParams.Priority = pmHighest
  LogParams.FontStyle.Bold = True
  ' ...
  ' Specifies the color settings
  LogParams.FontColor = clSilver
  LogParams.Color = clFuchsia
  
End Sub

DelphiScript

function EventControl1_OnUnexpectedWindow(Sender, Window, LogParams);
begin
  LogParams.MessageText := 'An unexpected window has appeared.';
  // Specifies the string that will be posted to the Details panel
  LogParams.AdditionalText := 'The ' + Window.Name + ' window has appeared.';
  // ...
  LogParams.Priority := pmHighest;
  LogParams.FontStyle.Bold := True;
  // ...
  // Specifies the color settings
  LogParams.FontColor := clSilver;
  LogParams.Color := clFuchsia;

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function EventControl1_OnUnexpectedWindow(Sender, Window, LogParams)
{
  LogParams["MessageText"] = "An unexpected window has appeared.";
  // Specifies the string that will be posted to the Details panel
  LogParams["AdditionalText"] = "The " + Window["Name"] + "window has appeared.";
  // ...
  LogParams["Priority"] = pmHighest;
  LogParams["FontStyle"]["Bold"] = true;
  // ...
  // Specifies the color settings
  LogParams["FontColor"] = clSilver;
  LogParams["Color"] = clFuchsia;
}

See Also

Test Log
Log Object

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