I use test script to test my Desktop application written in Winform c#.
I started to get Microsoft JScrip runtime error "Object not a collection" when try to find an object using TestComplete Find method.
The test scrips have not been changed for a while and suddenly this error started on so many different objects.
The only thing change on my PC I can think of is that I have .Net 4.7.1 installed, previously was 4.6.2
Solved! Go to Solution.
I have attached the image of the error.
I should mention that if a put a break point at the Find statement and step over it, there would be no runtime error mentioned above. The error occurred if a ran the scripts without break point at the Find statement.
@TanyaGorbunova , I met the same issue.
Below is the script, it's written in VB
set LibraryCollection=Aliases.Inventor.AInventor.Pane_AssetBrowser.tvw_Asset.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 3)
Call Aliases.Inventor.AInventor.Pane_AssetBrowser.tvw_Asset.ExpandItem("|") 'expand project library node
set TargetAsset=LibraryCollection.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 1).WPFObject("TreeNodeBorder")
TargetAsset.PopupMenu.Click("") 'right click the target asset and edit
While Aliases.Inventor.AInventor.Pane_ModelBrowser.zcrumbCtrl_ModelBrowser.ChildCount(4) <> "Ready"
call Aliases.Inventor.AInventor.Pane_ModelBrowser.Click(70,35) 'switch to Asset builder sub page
and after seeing your solotion provided, I tried adding "delay(20000)", and refreshnamemapping "Common_Routines_Factory.RefreshNamemapping", but they don't work for me.
and for this mapped object Aliases.Inventor.AInventor.Pane_ModelBrowser.zcrumbCtrl_ModelBrowser do has the property childcount, you could check it from the screenshot.