Applies to TestComplete 14.61, last modified on September 22, 2020
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XML checkpoints let you verify that an XML file contains appropriate values. The topics of this section provide detailed information on XML checkpoints:
In This Section
Provides general information on XML checkpoints.
Describes how to insert XML checkpoints in script code and keyword tests.
Explains how to parameterize XML checkpoints.
Describes the algorithm that TestComplete uses to verify XML data.
Explains how you can exclude XML data from verification.
Describes alternative ways you can take to verify XML data.
Provides information on how you can analyze the XML checkpoint results.
Explains how you can update XML checkpoints at runtime and from the test log.
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Describes the editor used to modify properties of XMLCheckpoint elements.
Describes how to use XMLCheckpoint elements to verify web service responses.
Explains how to create script code that will read data from XML files.
Explains how to verify file contents.
TestComplete includes a sample project that demonstrates how to create XML checkpoints: