My testComplete is not finding the Clear method, and returns error:
"Unable to find the object Clear. See Additional Information for details. "
I also noticed that when using the Object Spy it does not show the Fields tab, using the same EXE of the application only in another installation of TestComplete it works normally.
Another thing I discovered that if you saved the options and restarted the TestComplete back up and running.
Has anyone ever experienced this?
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As for the Object Spy, are you viewing the "Advanced" properties or just the basic? If it's just the basic, the "Fields" tab I don't believe it is exposed.
As for your last question... I don't follow. Can you clarify?
I'm using DelphiScript, using "Advanced" properties.
the other question ignore
The error message for the "Clear" method should contain, on the Additional Information tab indications as to some of the specifics of the problem. Can you share that information? Also, posting a sample of your code where the problem is occurring could be helpful.
As for the "Fields" tab, can you please post screenshots of the machine that is working versus the machine that isn't with regards to Object Spy? One thing you can try is to do an installation repair on the one that isn't working and see if something needs to be corrected in registry.
Ok, follow the code:
function WriteObjectValue (AObject: OleVariant; AValor: String = ''; ALIMPartite: Boolean = True): Boolean;
Result: = False;
if (not (AObject.Enabled)) then
Log.Warning ('Accessed object is disabled.');
if (ALIMPartite) then
AObject.Keys (helper_string.ConvertTextText (AValor));
Result: = True;
also follows the images with the error and Object Spy.
In your object spy, where does the "Clear" method show up? Can you get a screenshot of the "Methods" listing in object spy?
I'm guessing that there is one of two things happening:
1) There is no "Clear" method present and available to TestComplete and, therefore, it sees your call to the method, not as a method, but simply trying to access an object, hence the error.
2) "Clear" is a native method of the application under test and so may require a different syntax. Try adding () after the call and see if that helps.
I believe this is not the case, because the testcomplete does not recognize the "Clear" method but if you save the "options" it recognizes the method again, this also happens with the "Fields" tab.
I think you're missing some configuration, but I did not identify what it might be.
The error message says that the Clear object isn't found. You are trying to call the Clear method. Shouldn't you use () to call methods in Delphi script?
Right now, you don't use the brackets.