Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on June 5, 2019
Browser test object represents a running web browser - Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, or Chrome (see Supported Web Browsers and Technologies).
Browser object serves several purposes:
It is a starting point in the hierarchy of web application objects. The web object hierarchy can be represented as follows:
+-- Page 1
| +-- Web page elements
+-- Page 2
| +-- Browser GUI elements (menus, toolbars and so on)
+-- Top-level dialogs (for example, Open File and Save File dialogs)
For more information, see Understanding Web Object Identification and Object Models.
It lets you determine the browser’s process name, executable path, file version, bitness (32-bit or 64-bit), the command line used to launch the browser, the CPU and memory usage and other information. See Browser Object Properties.
It provides the
Terminate methods for closing the browser.
In the TestComplete test object model,
Browser objects are child objects of the root object
Sys. For example, they are displayed as such in the Object Browser.
In tests that use Name Mapping, a
Browser object is typically referred to as
Aliases.browser. In tests without Name Mapping,
Browser objects can be accessed using the
Sys.WaitBrowser methods, for example,
Browser test object represents an already running browser. To launch a browser from tests, use the Run Browser keyword test operation or the
BrowserInfo.Run scripting method.
To get information about all browsers installed on the computer, use the
A license for TestComplete Web module.
The Web Testing plugin. This plugin is installed and enabled automatically. The plugin implements the
Browser test object, as well as the web testing functionality.
Testing Web Applications
Web Object Types Used by the Tree Model and Hybrid Mobile Applications