You can run automated tests:
You can run:
the entire project or project suite (that is, all test items),
a specific test or test item,
a group of tests.
In This Section
Explains how to run, pause and stop automated tests, and describes test run specifics.
Explains how to set a timeout for automated tests.
Explains how to resolve typical issues that may occur during the test run.
Explains how you can schedule automated tests to run daily, nightly or weekly.
Explains how to specify the run order for automated tests.
Explains how to get the name of the currently running test.
Explains how tests can “heal” themselves during the run.
Explains how to run automated tests on remote computers using the Remote Desktop.
Describes the ways to run automated tests on locked computers.
Explains how to automatically shut down or restart the computer after the test run.
Describes how to reboot a computer from TestComplete and continue the test run after the reboot.
Explains how to change text in the TestComplete indicator and hide the indicator during test runs.
Describes how to control the test execution flow in case of an error.
How-Tos and tips on running TestComplete tests.
Describes test run specifics.
Related Topics of Interest
Explains how to run keyword tests.
Explains how to refer to project items from scripts.
Describes how to run TestComplete tests from Visual Studio test projects.
Describes how to run Visual Studio unit tests from TestComplete projects.
Explains how to run TestComplete projects from MSBuild projects.
Before performing any testing actions, you need to launch the tested applications. This topic explains how you can do this.
Explains how to run the network suite, jobs and tasks to perform distributed testing.
Explains how to run low-level procedures.
Explains how to start and control manual tests.
Testing With TestComplete