During testing you may need to perform various verification actions. For instance, you may need to check that the application is in the appropriate state or that the object properties contain the appropriate values, or that the window or browser displays the appropriate content. Some verifications, like checking the object properties, may be done automatically, while some others may be complex and require user interaction. We call these verifications manual checkpoints. The following topics provide detailed information about these checkpoints:
Explains how manual checkpoints function, provide information about requirements and explains where you can find the script code that implements the checkpoint functionality.
Describes how to create and use manual checkpoints.
Explains how to insert manual checkpoints into a keyword test.
Related Topics of Interest
ManualCheck scripting object that implements the checkpoint functionality.
The manual checkpoint is built on the script extensions
technology. The code that implements the checkpoint functionality is shipped with TestComplete. This topic provides information about pre-installed script extensions including the Manual Checkpoint extension.
Contains information about the Manual Testing project item. It is used to create and run manual tests with TestComplete.
Pre-Installed Script Extensions