Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on June 5, 2019

Open Applications provide access to their internal objects, methods, properties, and fields. TestComplete includes specific program methods that are used to address Open Applications’ objects. The following topics contain detailed information regarding this.

Desktop

.NET

Explains how to address objects that reside in .NET applications.

Visual C++

Explains how to address objects that reside in Visual C++ Open Applications.

Visual Basic

Explains how to address objects that reside in Visual Basic Open Applications.

Delphi

Explains how to address objects that reside in Delphi Open Applications.

C++Builder

Explains how to address objects that reside in C++Builder Open Applications.

Java

Explains how to address objects that reside in Java applications.

JavaFX

Explains how to address objects that reside in JavaFX applications.

Qt

Explains how to address objects that reside in Qt applications.

WPF

Explains how to address objects that reside in WPF applications.

Web

Flash and Flex

Explains how to address objects that reside in Flash and Flex applications.

AIR

Explains how to address objects that reside in AIR applications.

Mobile

Android

Explains how to address objects that reside in Android applications.

iOS

Explains how to address objects that reside in iOS applications.

Xamarin.Forms

Explains how to address objects that reside in Xamarin.Forms applications.

Other

Addressing Objects in MSAA Open Applications

Explains how to address objects exposed by the MSAA engine.

Related Topics of Interest

Calling Methods and Properties of Open Applications' Objects

Describes the specifics of calling methods and properties of Open Applications’ objects from your tests.

See Also

Object Browser Naming Notation
About Open Applications
Calling Methods and Properties of Open Applications' Objects
Creating and Recording Keyword Tests
Script Tests
Working With Application Objects and Controls

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