Property Checkpoints

Applies to TestComplete 15.64, last modified on May 16, 2024

Property checkpoints are verification operations that compare an object property in the tested application with the expected value. Using checkpoints, you can check if your tested application works correctly.

In This Section

About Property Checkpoints

Provides general information on property checkpoints.

Creating Property Checkpoints

Provides a step-by-step instruction on creating and inserting property checkpoints to your tests by using the Property Checkpoint wizard.

Parameterizing Property Checkpoints

Describes how to parameterize property checkpoints.

Alternatives to Property Checkpoints

Describes alternative approaches you can take to verify tested object properties.

Updating Property Checkpoints

Explains how you can update property checkpoints from the test log.

Tips on Selecting Properties to Verify

Provides tips on selecting properties to be compared by property checkpoints.


TestComplete includes a sample test project that demonstrates how to use property checkpoints in tests:

<TestComplete Samples>\Desktop\Checkpoints\Property

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

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Quick Checkpoints

Describes how to quickly create property checkpoints for the most commonly used properties.

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