Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on May 13, 2019

TestComplete tests use variables to store and exchange data during the test run. TestComplete includes various test types that can have variables specific to their type. Typically, variables are used in scripts to store the data that is accessed or returned by different script statements and methods. Tests of some other types (keyword test and network suite) can also have their specific variables to store and share data during the run.

Beside these test-specific variables, you can also create and use variables of the project or project suite level. These variables store values that are specific to the project or project suite and they are called project and project suite variables. You create and modify these variables on the Variables pages of the project and project suite editors.

Project And Project Suite Variables - Overview

Provides detailed information on project and project suite variables and explains the fields of their application.

Working With Project and Project Suite Variables in Scripts

Describes how to operate with project and project suite variables from TestComplete scripts.

Working With Project and Project Suite Variables in Keyword Tests

Describes how to operate with project and project suite variables from TestComplete keyword tests.

Accessing Project and Project Suite Variables from Connected Applications

Describes how to operate with project and project suite variables from Connected Applications.

Connected and self-testing applications are deprecated. We do not recommend that you use them.

The project and project suite variables can store values of the following types: String, Integer, Double, Boolean, Object, Password, Table and DB table. For more information about the Object, Table and DB table types variables, see the following topics:

See Also

Project And Project Suite Variables - Overview
Projects in TestComplete
Project Suites in TestComplete

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