Applies to TestComplete 14.0, last modified on January 24, 2019

When testing WPF ListView controls, you can use specific properties of the corresponding test object as well as properties that TestComplete applies to all test and onscreen objects. All of these properties are listed below. The properties are organized into categories: Standard, Extended, RTTI, Debug Agent and others. For more information about this, see Categories of Object Methods and Properties.

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Standard

This category includes properties that TestComplete applies to all test objects.

Name Description
_NewEnum Returns an enumerator for the collection of children that belong to the object.
ChildCount Returns the number of child objects of the given object.
Enabled Specifies whether an object can accept user input or not.
Exists Tells you whether an object exists in the system.
FullName Specifies the full name that uniquely identifies the object in TestComplete.
Height Specifies the height of the object in pixels.
Id Returns the object’s identifier.
Left Specifies the horizontal position of the object’s left edge relative its parent window.
MappedName Returns the custom name that is mapped to the original object name and is used to address the object in scripts.
Name Returns the object name.
Parent Returns the parent object of the given object.
ScreenLeft Specifies the horizontal position of the object’s left edge in screen coordinates.
ScreenTop Specifies the vertical position of the object’s top edge in screen coordinates.
Top Specifies the vertical position of the object’s top edge relative to the object’s parent window.
Visible Specifies whether the object is visible to users.
VisibleOnScreen Specifies whether any part of the object is currently visible on screen.
Width Specifies the width of the object in pixels.
Extended

This category includes properties that extend test functionality for the WPF ListView objects.

Name Description
PopupMenu Returns a Menu object that provides a scripting interface to the control’s context menu (the menu must be opened on screen first).
wFocus Returns the index of the focused item.
wItem Returns the caption of the item specified by its index.
wItemCount Returns the total number of items in the list view control.
wItemList Returns a string that holds item captions separated by the value of the wListSeparator property.
wListSeparator A string containing a collection of characters used as a separator between item captions.
wSelected Checks whether the specified item is selected.
wSelectedItems Returns a string that holds the captions of the selected items separated by the value of the wListSeparator property.
.NET

This category includes properties that TestComplete provides for .NET objects.

Name Description
ClrAppDomain Returns an AppDomain object corresponding to the application domain that contains the given object.
ClrClassName Returns the short class name of an object.
ClrFullClassName Returns the full class name (including the namespace) of an object.
WPFControlAutomationId Returns the AutomationIdProperty value that is set for the control in the tested application’s source code.
WPFControlIndex Returns the index of a WPF application’s object in the child object collection of its parent object. This property is obsolete and is supported for backward compatibility only. Use WPFControlOrdinalNo instead.
WPFControlName Returns the name of an object as it is specified in the application code.
WPFControlOrdinalNo Returns the ordinal number of the control among its siblings of the same type.
WPFControlText Returns the text of an object that resides in a WPF application.
<Name Mapping>

These properties are available only if the test object has been mapped (see Name Mapping). You can use them in your tests, but they are not displayed in the Object Browser panel.

Name Description
NamedChild Returns a child object stored in the Name Mapping repository (by its index).
NamedChildCount Returns the number of child objects of an object stored in the Name Mapping repository.
NodeDescription Returns the description of an object stored in the Name Mapping repository.
Other Categories

If TestComplete has access to internal methods, properties and files of your tested application (that is, if it is an Open Application), you can call the internal methods and properties as methods and properties of the appropriate test objects. You can view these properties and methods in corresponding categories (Private, Public, RTTI, Debug Agent, Firefox, and so on). These methods and properties are not described in the TestComplete help file. For more information on them, please see the documentation for the development tools that was used to create the application under test.

See Also

WPF ListView Support

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