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

To stop a project run when an error or an exception occurs, you can do the following:

Approach 1

  1. On the Test Items page of your project, make sure that the On error property of a test item is set to Use project’s 'On error' property:

    Set the On error property to Use project's On error property

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  2. On the Properties page of your project, set the Playback > Error handling > On error property of your project to Stop project:

    Set the On error property of the project to Stop project

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Approach 2

On the Test Items page of your project, set the On error property of your test item to Stop project:

Set the On error property to Stop project

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Note: The test item will ignore the Error handling > On error property of your project.

Whenever you run your project and an error occurs in a test item, TestComplete will stop the problematic test item immediately. It will not run any further test items:

Stop project run

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See Also

Controlling Test Execution Flow
About Controlling Test Execution Flow
Project Properties - Playback Options

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