Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on June 5, 2019
Topics of this section explain how you can resolve typical issues that occur during the test execution.
In This Section
Provides general information on how to diagnose issues.
Describes how to handle situations when the tested application displays a window or dialog which are not expected by the test.
Describes how to handle errors that occur when the test engine cannot find an object that the test refers to.
Explains how to handle errors that occur when the test engine cannot find an image on screen during image-based
Explains how to handle errors that occur when the test engine cannot find a text fragment in the text recognized by using optical character recognition
Explains how to speed up identification of mapped objects that use Extended Find.
Explains why the execution stops when an error or warning is posted to the test log and how you can enhance your tests to avoid this.
Explains how to resolve the issue when TestComplete is unable to send some keypresses to your tested application.
Explains how to handle errors that occur when the test engine cannot access some point in the application.
Explains how to handle the invisible window error.
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Explains how to trace exceptions and freezes that occur in tested applications.
Describes how TestComplete handles the test execution flow when an error occurs.
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