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Compare images printed in web page with the same stored in a file

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Compare images printed in web page with the same stored in a file

Hi guys,

I have gif images that are printed in my web page, and I want to compare them with the same stored in a Windows folder. Is it possible?

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Re: Compare images printed in web page with the same stored in a file

This should help you out

https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/keyword-testing/reference/checkpoints/compare-pictur...

 

Picture1 and Picture2

If the operation works in comparison mode, these parameters should specify the names of the images to be compared. To specify each of these parameters, you can use the following values:
  • The name of the Regions collection’s item (if the image is stored in this collection of your project).

  • The name of a Window or Onscreen object.

  • An expression that returns the RegionInfo object or a value that holds a reference to this object.

  • An expression that returns the Picture object or the value that holds a reference to this object.

  • The fully-qualified name of the image file on the hard drive.

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Re: Compare images printed in web page with the same stored in a file

This should help you out

https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/keyword-testing/reference/checkpoints/compare-pictur...

 

Picture1 and Picture2

If the operation works in comparison mode, these parameters should specify the names of the images to be compared. To specify each of these parameters, you can use the following values:
  • The name of the Regions collection’s item (if the image is stored in this collection of your project).

  • The name of a Window or Onscreen object.

  • An expression that returns the RegionInfo object or a value that holds a reference to this object.

  • An expression that returns the Picture object or the value that holds a reference to this object.

  • The fully-qualified name of the image file on the hard drive.

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Re: Compare images printed in web page with the same stored in a file

Thanks Marsha,

at the moment, I moved to another topic, and I could try your response.

When I go back I'll try.

Thanks so much.

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