A tutorial that briefly explains key points and helps you get started writing scripts.
In This Section
Holds general information on scripts, units, scripting languages, requirements, etc.
Describes how to decide which supported language you should use in your project.
Describes how to run script tests.
Provides information on certain usage specifics of the scripting languages.
Describes how to call routines in your tests.
Describes how you can call methods asynchronously (that is, call the method and does not wait until it returns the execution control).
Explains how to refer to project items from scripts.
Lists major helper objects that are available in TestComplete and describes their functionality.
Describes how to handle exceptions that occur in scripts and in the application under test.
Describes how to use dictionaries in your tests.
Describes how to use namespaces in your tests.
Describes how to work with regular expressions in your tests.
Explains how to create and use structures in scripts.
Describes how to use timers in scripts.
Describes how to annotate script tests with tags.
Describes how to work with various objects in script tests.
Describes how to convert tests from one scripting language to another.
Describes how to create and delete script routines in TestComplete.
Describes the TestComplete Code Editor.
Describes the TestComplete Code Explorer panel.
Explains how to create script code that will send e-mail messages.
Explains how to work with colors in TestComplete tests.
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Explains how to simulate user actions (keystrokes, mouse clicks, double-clicks, window activation, etc.) in scripts.
Contains information on how TestComplete recognizes processes, windows and controls.
Contains information about addressing objects that reside in Open Applications.
Provides information on calling Win32 API functions from TestComplete scripts.
Explains how to call functions that reside in .NET assemblies from your TestComplete scripts.
Explains how to write a script that will call a routine that is defined in a dynamic link library.
Describes how to read data from and write them to XML files from scripts.
Describes how to perform various operations with files from scripts.