Log.Path Property

Applies to TestComplete 14.72, last modified on December 24, 2020

Description

The Path property returns the name and full path of the folder that stores log data for the current run of the test item.

Declaration

Log.Path

Read-Only Property String

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Property Value

A string that represents the folder name and path. The string holds the trailing slash character (\).

Example

The code below obtains the path to the folder that contains the current results and then posts this path to the test log.

JavaScript, JScript

function LogPath()
{
  // ...
  
  // Obtains the path to the folder that
  // contains the current results
  var sPath = Log.Path;
  // Posts this path to the test log
  Log.Message("You can find the current results here:");
  Log.Message(sPath);
}

Python

def LogPath():
  # ...
  # Obtains the path to the folder that
  # contains the current results
  sPath = Log.Path
  # Posts this path to the test log
  Log.Message("You can find the current results here:")
  Log.Message(sPath)

VBScript

Sub LogPath()
  ' ...
  
  ' Obtains the path to the folder that
  ' contains the current results
  sPath = Log.Path
  ' Posts this path to the test log
  Log.Message("You can find the current results here:")
  Log.Message(sPath)
  
End Sub

DelphiScript

function LogPath;
var sPath;
begin

  // ...
  
  // Obtains the path to the folder that
  // contains the current results
  sPath := Log.Path;
  // Posts this path to the test log
  Log.Message('You can find the current results here:');
  Log.Message(sPath);

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function LogPath()
{
  // ...
  
  // Obtains the path to the folder that
  // contains the current results
  var sPath = Log["Path"];
  // Posts this path to the test log
  Log["Message"]("You can find the current results here:");
  Log["Message"](sPath);
}

See Also

Test Results
SaveResultsAs Method

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