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Custom NameMapping template along with default and manual options.

Custom NameMapping template along with default and manual options.

Currently, TestComplete has a robust automatic NameMapping feature that provides highly accurate NameMapping which can be used over subsequent test runs.

 

When I use scripting to create my testing scripts, I prefer to do manual NameMapping to make it more robust and immune to minor changes to the application.

 

I find myself using the same properties for multiple objects in the entire application. It would be great it I would have a facilty to define a custom automatic NameMapping format that will help me create a default NameMapping for the objects that I choose according to the properties I have selected.

 

e.g. Currently when I want to map an object I am presented with this console:

2016-03-11 16_01_11-Feature_1.jpg

 

I would love to be presented a third option (as shown above) where I can define a custom default property list as shown here.

 

2016-03-11 16_06_56-Feature_2.jpg

 

That way whenever I select this option for any subsequent objects, they can have these properties picked for NameMapping. Even though I might have to go and tweak the object name (and possibly a property in rare cases) in the NameMapping editor, I still will be on target for most objects which will be a huge time saver.

 

sQAT

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Super Contributor

I thing using NameMapping Template in TestComplete we can define custome format for object, where we can say select object based on our intrest (specified properties)

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