Object Browser


Object Browser

You can use the Object Browser to:

  • Explore and orient yourself with the object hierarchy of the application under test.
  • Explore object properties, fields, methods and events, learn their parameters and view their syntax.
  • Store snapshots of your tested application’s object structure and analyze it “offline”.
  • View and modify values of object properties and fields in real-time mode.
  • Copy property, method, field and event names and values to the clipboard and then paste them into tests, eliminating typos.
  • Select objects in the tested application on screen and identify the corresponding test objects in the Object Browser.
  • Highlight a test object selected in the Object Browser on screen in order to easily identify it in the tested application.
  • Store baseline copies of objects in the repository for verifying the applications behavior.
  • Capture images of windows, controls and any onscreen objects and store them for use in image checkpoints.
  • View various system information, such as CPUs, memory usage, domain name and current user name, operating system version and much more.
  • View process information, such as path, version number, memory usage, thread and handle count and more.
  • Explore interfaces of COM objects (for example, Word.Application or WScript.Shell).

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