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Object Checkpoint or Web Accessibility Checkpoint?

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Object Checkpoint or Web Accessibility Checkpoint?

I am looking at a Test Complete project a company has setup here and there is a combination of Web Accessibility & Object checkpoints used for websites. 

 

When simply checking if a website is operational? e.g. the page is rendered correctly post a login am I best to stick to using the Object or Web Accessibility. I have read the articles online but after something in layman's terms from people whi effectivley use this software.

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Re: Object Checkpoint or Web Accessibility Checkpoint?

Object checkpoints have been deprecated in recent versions of TestComplete in favor of a more robust method of using Property checkpoints.  So, I would steer away from Object checkpoints.

 

For your specific need, I would stick with the Web Accessibility checkpoints.  This checks page rendering, links, etc., after a page has loaded.


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