Applies to TestComplete 14.20, last modified on September 11, 2019

For each run test, TestComplete keeps a test log that can include messages of different types, images, and other data. For instance, TestComplete can generate error or warning messages to pinpoint errors, as well as notifications about the simulated user actions such as keystrokes or mouse clicks.

In addition, you can post any custom messages to the test log from your tests. This section describes how to post various data to the test log.

Posting Messages to the Log

Describes how to post error, warning, informative and other messages to the test log from keyword tests and script routines.

Adding Variable Values to Log Messages

Explains how to post variable values to the log.

Specifying Complex Expressions in Log Messages

Explains how to post complex expressions to the log.

Posting Images to the Log

Explains how to post images to the log from script routines and keyword tests.

Specifying Log Images Format

Explains how to specify the format of images posted to the test log.

Posting Files to the Log

Explains how to post files and file links to the log.

Using Folders

Explains how to organize messages into folders.

Collecting Call Stack Information for Log Messages

Describes how to command the test engine to trace the call stack information for messages and images posted to the log.

See Also

Test Results
Common Tasks for Keyword Test Operations

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