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johnsski
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How to use wildcards for a WPFControlText property checkpoint?

I searched for Testcomplete wildcards & found '?' & '*' so I used 

' aqObject.CheckProperty(Aliases.simcyp.SimulationStatus.Status, "WPFControlText", cmpStartsWith, "*complete."); '

to have the checkpoint pass when the WPF Control Text = 'Simulation complete.' or 'Outputting complete.'

It fails so is it that the 'CheckProperty' action doesn't support wildcards or something else is wrong?

 

Thanks,

John

  • Refer to aqObject.CheckProperty method and see the third parameter named Condition.

    TestComplete allows you to use wildcards when specifying:

    • Text to be found and replaced in script units.
    • Variable parts in window captions and class names.
    • Search masks for the Find, FindChild and FindID methods.
    • The URLs of dynamic web pages (see Ignoring Query String Parameters).
    • The values of a mapped object’s identification properties.

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  • rraghvani's avatar
    rraghvani
    Champion Level 3

    Refer to aqObject.CheckProperty method and see the third parameter named Condition.

    TestComplete allows you to use wildcards when specifying:

    • Text to be found and replaced in script units.
    • Variable parts in window captions and class names.
    • Search masks for the Find, FindChild and FindID methods.
    • The URLs of dynamic web pages (see Ignoring Query String Parameters).
    • The values of a mapped object’s identification properties.