Applies to TestComplete 14.60, last modified on September 18, 2020

The XMLCheckpoint Element editor is used to view and modify elements of the XML collection of the Stores project item. Each XMLCheckpoint element contains a baseline copy of the XML data to be used for comparison purposes and comparison settings.

Here is a sample view of the editor:

XMLCheckpoint Element editor

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Opening the Editor

To open the editor, do any of the following:

  • Right-click the desired XMLCheckpoint element in the Project Explorer (if it is hidden, select View > Project Explorer from the main menu of TestComplete) and choose Edit from the context menu.

  • Double-click the desired XMLCheckpoint element in the Project Explorer.

  • In your keyword test, right-click the XML Checkpoint operation whose checkpoint data you want to modify in the editor and select Edit Checkpoint Data from the context menu.

TestComplete will display the editor in the Workspace panel.

Information on the Editor

For more information on … See these topics …
The data displayed in the editor XMLCheckpoint Element Editor Contents
Comparison settings you can specify in the editor XMLCheckpoint Element Editor - Comparison Settings
Common tasks you can accomplish in the editor Working With the XMLCheckpoint Element Editor

TestComplete allows you to customize the layout of any of its panels and editors to better meet your needs. For example, you can change the XMLCheckpoint Element editor’s size, position and docking, hide the editor or make it visible. To learn how to customize the TestComplete interface, see Customizing TestComplete.

Information on Working With XMLCheckpoint Elements

For information on how to … See these topics …
Add elements to the XML collection Adding Elements to the XML Collection
Modify elements of the XML collection Modifying Elements of the XML Collection
Update elements of the XML collection Updating Elements of the XML Collection

More Information on Working With XML Files in Tests

For information on how to … See these topics …
Create XML checkpoints Creating XML Checkpoints
Compare XML data Alternatives to XML Checkpoints
Create web service checkpoints Creating Web Service Checkpoints
Work with XML files in tests Working With XML Files From Scripts

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