Each test project can contain a list of tested applications with relevant information on each application, like launch parameters or the number of instances to launch. You use this list to store information on applications the current project will test. An “application” in the list can be executable, or a batch file, or any other file.
The project’s Tested Applications collection (the default name of this project item is TestedApps) stores the list of tested applications:
Thanks to this list, there is no need to launch all necessary applications manually every time you start a test. You can add applications to the Tested Applications collection and launch all of them at once later by using the appropriate methods in your keyword tests and scripts.
TestComplete can test applications of different types. The Tested Applications collection can have the following items:
Java Web Start applications, including Oracle Forms applications running out-of-browser.
Mobile web applications that are open in the mobile browser emulator.
Support for Java applet and Web Start has been removed from Java version 11.