Table Checkpoints

Applies to TestComplete 15.64, last modified on June 12, 2024

You use table checkpoints to verify tabular data, for instance, displayed by list-based and table controls, in charts or stored in PDF files. You can, for example, verify that the list is correct or that a grid shows the correct data.

In This Section

About Table Checkpoints

Provides general information on table checkpoints.

Supported Controls

Lists table controls whose data the checkpoint can access directly

Creating Table Checkpoints

Describes how to insert table checkpoints in tests.

How the Table Verification Works

Explains the algorithm that TestComplete uses to verify table data.

Updating Table Checkpoints

Explains how you can update the baseline data used in table checkpoints.

Related Topics of Interest

Using Key Columns

Explains how TestComplete uses key columns to perform table verification.

About Tables Collection

Describes the Stores > Tables collection that holds expected data used by table checkpoints.

Working With Applications’ Objects and Controls

Contains information on scripting objects that obtain data of the application’s objects and controls.


TestComplete includes a sample project that demonstrates how to create table checkpoints:

<TestComplete Samples>\Desktop\Checkpoints\Table

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

About Checkpoints

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