Applies to TestComplete 14.70, last modified on October 20, 2020

Description

The Page test objects matches web pages that are displayed in stand-alone web browsers or in embedded browsers like Microsoft WebBrowser, Android WebView and Chromium. Using the same Page object for different browsers help you unify your web tests.

The Page object contains vast amount of methods and properties:

  • Methods and properties that are common for onscreen test objects in TestComplete.

  • Methods and properties that let you obtain information about the Web browser, navigate to the desired URL, get the document scripting object and perform other actions.

  • For pages that are displayed in Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer, the Page object provides access to native methods and properties of the WebBrowser control or Gecko DOM Window respectively.

    For other browsers and for the Android WebView controls these methods and properties are not available.

    Note: If the native property or method name coincides with the property or method name provided by TestComplete, TestComplete places the native property to the NativeWebObject or NativeFirefoxObject namespace.
Requirements

To access the Page object of a web page that is displayed in a desktop web browser or in an embedded browser control on your local computer, you need to have plugins of the Web module enabled in TestComplete.

To access the Page object of a web page that is displayed in a WebView control of an Android application you access from your local computer, you need to have plugins of the Mobile module enabled in TestComplete. The Web module is not required in this case.

To access the Page object of a web page that is displayed in a desktop web browser or in a mobile web browser on a remote computer, you must have TestComplete 14.4 and need to have an active license for the TestComplete Web module, and the WebDriver Support plugin must be enabled in TestComplete.

Members

Example

The following examples demonstrate how you can obtain the Page object in your script by using the Page method of the Browser object. The Browser object corresponds to the web browser process.

JavaScript, JScript

function WebSample()
{

  Browsers.Item(btIExplorer).Run("http://smartbear.com/");

  // Obtains the browser process
  var browser = Sys.Browser("iexplore");
  // Obtains the page currently opened in Internet Explorer
  var page = browser.Page("*");

}

Python

def WebSample():

  Browsers.Item[btIExplorer].Run("http://smartbear.com/");

  # Obtains the browser process
  browser = Sys.Browser("iexplore");
  # Obtains the page currently opened in Internet Explorer
  page = browser.Page("*");

VBScript

Sub WebSample

  Browsers.Item(btIExplorer).Run("http://smartbear.com/")

  ' Obtains the browser process
  Set browser = Sys.Browser("iexplore")
  ' Obtains the page currently opened in Internet Explorer
  Set page = browser.Page("*")

End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure WebSample();
var browser, page;
begin

  Browsers.Item(btIExplorer).Run('http://smartbear.com/');

  // Obtains the browser process
  browser := Sys.Browser('iexplore');
  // Obtains the page currently opened in Internet Explorer
  page := browser.Page('*');

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function WebSample()
{

  Browsers["Item"](btIExplorer)["Run"]("http://smartbear.com/");

  // Obtains the browser process
  var browser = Sys["Browser"]("iexplore");
  // Obtains the page currently opened in Internet Explorer
  var page = browser["Page"]("*");

}

See Also

Page Method (Browser and Process Objects)
Default Web Testing
Testing Hybrid Mobile Applications

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