Applies to TestComplete 14.61, last modified on October 01, 2020
Information in this topic applies to desktop and web applications.

In This Section

About Testing Applications in Low-Level Mode

Contains general information on the low-level mode and low-level procedures in TestComplete.

Window- and Screen-Relative Low-Level Procedures

Contains information about the differences between two types of low-level procedures: window-relative and screen-relative.

Creating and Recording Low-Level Procedures

Explains how to create a low-level procedure and how to record low-level events.

Editing Low-Level Procedures

Provides information on working with the Low-Level Procedure editor and explains how you can modify the contents of low-level procedures.

Running Low-Level Procedures

Describes how to run low-level procedures as a test item, from script or from a keyword test.

Parameterizing Low-Level Procedures

Describes how to change events of a low-level procedure and make them dependent on a parameter.

Low-Level Procedure Events

Describes what events low-level procedures contain and provides information on events’ parameters.


TestComplete includes a sample project that demonstrates the use of Win32 low-level procedures:

<TestComplete Samples>\Desktop\Low-Level Testing

Note: If you do not have the sample, download the TestComplete Samples installation package from the page of our website and run it.

See Also

Advanced Tasks
LLPlayer Object
LowLevelProcedure Object

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