Applies to TestComplete 14.20, last modified on September 11, 2019

Description

Returns the number of messages with links to files (that is, messages added via Log.File) posted to the test log during the current run of the current test item.

Declaration

Log.FileCount

Read-Only Property Integer

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Property Value

An integer value that means the number of file messages in the test log.

Example

The code below obtains the total number of files posted to the test log and then checks whether this number is not null.

JavaScript, JScript

function FileCount()
{
  // ...
  
  // Obtains the total number of files
  // posted to the current test log
  var FileCount = Log.FileCount;
  
  // Checks whether there are some files
  if ( FileCount > 0 )
    Log.Message("There is(are) " + FileCount + " file(s) in the test log.");
  else
    Log.Message("There are no files in the test log.");
}

Python

def FileCount():
  # ...
  # Obtains the total number of files
  # posted to the current test log
  FileCount = Log.FileCount
  # Checks whether there are some files
  if FileCount > 0:
    Log.Message("There is(are) " + str(FileCount) + " file(s) in the test log.")
  else:
    Log.Message("There are no files in the test log.")

VBScript

Sub FileCount()

  ' ...
  
  ' Obtains the total number of files
  ' posted to the current test log
  FileCount = Log.FileCount
  
  ' Checks whether there are some files
  If FileCount > 0 Then
    Log.Message("There is(are) " & FileCount & " file(s) in the test log.")
  Else
    Log.Message("There are no files in the test log.")
  End If
  
End Sub

DelphiScript

function FileCount;
var FileCount;
begin

  // ...
  
  // Obtains the total number of files
  // posted to the current test log
  FileCount := Log.FileCount;
  
  // Checks whether there are some files
  if ( FileCount > 0 ) then
    Log.Message('There is(are) ' + FileCount + ' file(s) in the test log.')
  else
    Log.Message('There are no files in the test log.');

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function FileCount()
{
  // ...
  
  // Obtains the total number of files
  // posted to the current test log
  var FileCount = Log["FileCount"];
  
  // Checks whether there are some files
  if ( FileCount > 0 )
    Log["Message"]("There is(are) " + FileCount + " file(s) in the test log.");
  else
    Log["Message"]("There are no files in the test log.");
}

See Also

Test Results
Log.File Method
Log.FolderFileAndLinkCount Property
Log.WrnCount Property
Log.MsgCount Property
Log.EvnCount Property
Log.ImgCount Property
Log.ErrCount Property
Log.LinkCount Property
Log.FolderCount Method

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