Path Property

Applies to TestComplete 15.0, last modified on October 22, 2021
The information below concerns legacy mobile tests that work with mobile devices connected to the local computer. For new mobile tests, we recommend using the newer cloud-compatible approach.

Description

Returns the path to the application bundle file (.app) stored on the device.

Declaration

ApplicationObjectObj.Path

Read-Only Property String
ApplicationObjectObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to an ApplicationObject object

Applies To

The property is applied to the following object:

Property Value

A string value containing the path to the application bundle stored on the device.

Example

The code below demonstrates how to obtain information on applications stored on an iOS device and post this information to the test log:

JavaScript, JScript

function Test()
{

  var deviceObj = Mobile.Device("iPhone");
  var appManagerObj = deviceObj.ApplicationManager;
  var count = appManagerObj.InstalledApplicationCount;

  for (var i = 0; i < count; i++)
  {
    var appObj = appManagerObj.InstalledApplication(i);

    // Obtain information on the installed application and post it to the test log
    Log.Message("The application container is: " + appObj.Container);
    Log.Message("The application path is: " + appObj.Path);
    Log.Message("The application signing identity is: " + appObj.SignerIdentity);
  }

}

Python

def Test():
  deviceObj = Mobile.Device("iPhone")
  appManagerObj = deviceObj.ApplicationManager
  count = appManagerObj.InstalledApplicationCount

  for i in range (0, count - 1):
    appObj = appManagerObj.InstalledApplication[i]

    # Obtain information on the installed application and post it to the test log
    Log.Message("The application container is: " + appObj.Container)
    Log.Message("The application path is: " + appObj.Path)
    Log.Message("The application signing identity is: " + appObj.SignerIdentity)

VBScript

Sub Test

  Set deviceObj = Mobile.Device("iPhone")
  Set appManagerObj = deviceObj.ApplicationManager
  Set count = appManagerObj.InstalledApplicationCount

  For i = 0 To count - 1
    Set appObj = appManagerObj.InstalledApplication(i)

    ' Obtain information on the installed application and post it to the test log
    Call Log.Message("The application container is: " + appObj.Container)
    Call Log.Message("The application path is: " + appObj.Path)
    Call Log.Message("The application signing identity is: " + appObj.SignerIdentity)
  Next

End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure Test();
var deviceObj, appManagerObj, appObj, count, i;
begin

  deviceObj := Mobile.Device('iPhone');
  appManagerObj := deviceObj.ApplicationManager;
  count := appManagerObj.InstalledApplicationCount;

  for i := 0 to count - 1 do
  begin
    appObj := appManagerObj.InstalledApplication[i];

    // Obtain information on the installed application and post it to the test log
    Log.Message('The application container is: ' + appObj.Container);
    Log.Message('The application path is: ' + appObj.Path);
    Log.Message('The application signing identity is: ' + appObj.SignerIdentity);
  end;

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Test()
{

  var deviceObj = Mobile["Device"]("iPhone");
  var appManagerObj = deviceObj["ApplicationManager"];
  var count = appManagerObj["InstalledApplicationCount"];

  for (var i = 0; i < count; i++)
  {
    var appObj = appManagerObj["InstalledApplication"](i);

    // Obtain information on the installed application and post it to the test log
    Log["Message"]("The application container is: " + appObj["Container"]);
    Log["Message"]("The application path is: " + appObj["Path"]);
    Log["Message"]("The application signing identity is: " + appObj["SignerIdentity"]);
  }

}

See Also

ApplicationObject Object
ApplicationManager Object (Legacy Mobile Testing)
Working With Tested iOS Applications (Legacy)
Testing iOS Applications (Legacy)

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