Importing 'TestComplete' library to my Python based framework
Need a urgent help here.
I wanted to call 'TestComplete' library to my 'Python based Framework'.
I am aware about COM based support https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/automating/via-com/about.html
But, can we do same for python.
Would be glad if someone worked on similar scenarios share their thoughts.
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Could you clarify your problem, please?
Basically, TestComplete can be controlled from the command line, user interface or through the COM.
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I dont want to use TestExecute.exe to run, i simply wanted to run a TestComplete script, without using TestComplete/TestExecute. Can i do that, if yes, could you please provide a pointer.
Generally speaking.... you can't. TestComplete automation depends upon the TestComplete engines. You can set up your Python Framework, but somewhere in there it will need to make a call out to TestComplete to execute the test, either triggering a commandline of TestExecute or TestComplete.
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