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Abhay_Kulkarni
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7 years ago
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TestComplete12.30 utilizes CPU 95% to 100% , so execution is very slower.

Hi Friends,   I am facing some issue while executing testcomplete script. I have written script in VBScript. It takes too much time for every action. for example after loading page it takes time t...
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    AlexKaras
    7 years ago

    Hi Abhay,

     

    In addition to what was said by Osaid: .FindChildByXPath is the last resort way in TestComplete's world and personally I can recommend to use it only when the web elements on the tested web page have no other identifiers but class name. In all other cases, search using .FindXXX methods provided by TestComplete is more preferable.

    There are at least two reasons in favor of .FindXXX:

    a) .Find is faster than XPath (confirmed by direct measurements);

    b) in some cases, XPath search may return native web element but not TestComplete object (see documentation for more details) and thus you may not be able to use regular methods/properties like .Exists, .Visible, etc. for these native web objects and will have to determine first whether native web or TestComplete's object was returned as a result of XPath search.