The object identification system in TestComplete is called the Object Identification Center. This system allows you to identify objects in your application using a variety of methods, including object properties, images, and coordinates.
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How do you identify objects in TestComplete?
There are a number of ways to identify objects in TestComplete. The most common way is to use the object’s name or ID. You can also use the object’s location, size, or color.
What are the different types of models that we can use for object identification with TestComplete?
There are several different types of models that we can use for object identification with TestComplete:
1. Object Repository – This is a centralized location where we can store information about the objects in our application. We can then use this repository to identify objects when we are creating our tests.
2. SmartBear Object Recognition – This is a recognition engine that is built into TestComplete. This engine can be used to identify objects in our application.
3. Open Applications – We can also use TestComplete to identify objects in open applications, such as web browsers.
What is object spy in TestComplete?
TestComplete’s Object Spy allows you to view and modify the properties and values of application objects, and also provides information on the object’s methods and events.
How do you identify an object in an application?
There are a few different ways to identify an object in an application. One way is to use the object’s name or ID. Another way is to use the object’s location on the screen.
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