GetRoProperty In QTP Continued

What is : Object identification properties can be used in the object repository description, in programmatic descriptions, in checkpoint and output value steps, and as argument values for the GetTOProperty and GetROProperty methods.

The VbEditor test object supports the identification properties listed in the table below.



Property Name

Description

abs_x

The object's absolute x-coordinate (left) relative to the screen (in pixels).

abs_y

The object's absolute y-coordinate (top) relative to the screen (in pixels).

alignment

Indicates the object's alignment or the alignment of the text in the object.

Possible values:

0 (VbLeftJustify): Text is left-aligned.
1 (VbRightJustify): Text is right-aligned.
2 (VbCenter): Text is centered.

attached text

The static text that is attached to a control.

BackColor

The background color of an object.

BorderStyle

The object's border style.

Class Name

The object's class.

column

The x-coordinate of the cursor in the object (in number of characters).

enabled

Indicates whether the object is enabled.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False

focused

Indicates whether the object has the focus.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False

FontBold

Indicates whether the font style is bold.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False (Default)

FontItalic

Indicates whether the font style is italic.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False (Default)

FontName

The font used to display text in the control.

FontSize

The size (in points) of the font used for text displayed in the control.

FontStrikethru

Indicates whether the font style is strikethrough.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False (Default)

FontUnderline

Indicates whether the font style is underlined.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False (Default)

ForeColor

The color of the object's text.

HasHScroll

Indicates whether the object has a horizontal scroll bar.

HasVScroll

Indicates whether the object has a vertical scroll bar.

height

The object's height (in pixels).

HideSelection

Indicates whether selected text appears highlighted when the control loses the focus.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False

HScrollPageSize

The horizontal page size. The scroll bar uses this value to determine the approximate size of the scroll box. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

HScrollPosition

The position of the horizontal scroll box. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

hWnd

The handle of the run-time object's window.

index

The ordinal identifier that QuickTest assigns to the object to indicate the order in which the object appears in the code relative to other objects with an otherwise identical description. This property cannot be used with GetROProperty.

Values begin with 0.

left

The distance between the internal left edge of an object and the left edge of its container.

LeftScrollbar

Indicates whether the vertical scroll bar is positioned on the left of the object.

line

The y-coordinate of the cursor in the object (in number of lines).

location

The ordinal identifier that QuickTest assigns to the object to indicate where the object appears within the window, frame, or dialog box. Values are assigned from top to bottom, and left to right. This property cannot be used with GetROProperty.

Values begin with 0.

locked

Indicates whether the control can be edited.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False (Default)

MaxHScrollPos

The maximum horizontal scrolling position. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

MaxLength

The maximum number of characters that can be entered into the edit box.

MaxVScrollPos

The maximum vertical scrolling position. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

MinHScrollPos

The minimum horizontal scrolling position. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

MinVScrollPos

The minimum vertical scrolling position. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

MultiLine

Indicates whether the control can accept and display multiple lines of text.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False (Default)

name

The object's name.

NativeClass

The object's window class name.

PasswordChar

The characters typed by a user, or placeholder characters in the edit box.

RegExpWndClass

The permanent part of the MFC window class.

RegExpWndTitle

The constant part of the window title.

RightToLeft

Indicates the display direction and visual appearance of the text on a bi-directional system.

Possible values:

True: The control runs on a bi-directional platform and text runs from right to left. The control modifies its behavior, such as putting vertical scroll bars at the left side of a text or list box, putting labels to the right of text boxes, etc.

False: (Default) The control act as though it were running on a non-bidirectional platform and text runs from left to right.

ScrollBars

Indicates whether an object has vertical or horizontal scroll bars.

Possible values:

0 (vbSBNone): None
1 (vbHorizontal): Horizontal
2 (vbVertical): Vertical
3 (vbBoth): Both

SelLength

The number of characters selected.

SelStart

The starting point of the selected text; indicates the position of the insertion point if no text is selected.

SelText

The string containing the currently selected text; consists of a zero-length string ("") if no characters are selected.

TabIndex

The tab order of the object within its parent form.

TabStop

Indicates whether a user can use the Tab key to give the focus to the object.

Possible values:                                  
       True (Default)
       False

tag

An expression that stores any extra data needed for your program. This property is generally used to identify objects.

TestObjGenType

The object's generic type, for example, text box, list box, or table.

TestObjName

The object's name as it appears in the object repository. This property cannot be used with programmatic descriptions or as a description property for the ChildObjects method.

If the object is not found in the object repository, the TestObjName is defined as follows:


  • If the object is found in the application, QuickTest uses the value of the property it normally uses when adding this object to the object repository, surrounded by [ ].


  • If the object is not found in the application, QuickTest uses the value of the object's Class Name property, surrounded by [ ].

text

The text associated with the object.

top

The distance between the internal top edge of an object and the top edge of its container.

vbname

The object's name as set by the developer.

vbname path

The full hierarchy of vbname with all parent objects.

visible

Indicates whether the object is visible.

Possible values:                                  
       True       False

VScrollPageSize

The vertical page size. The scroll bar uses this value to determine the approximate size of the scroll box. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

VScrollPosition

The position of the vertical scroll box. If the object does not have a scroll bar, the GetROProperty method returns an empty value for this property.

width

The object's width (in pixels).

window id

The object's window identifier.

WindowExtendedStyle

The extended window style of the object.

WindowStyle

The window style of the object.

x

The object's x-coordinate (left) relative to the parent window (in pixels).

y

The object's y-coordinate (top) relative to the parent window (in pixels).


The below stuff is very important and very frequently used by any QTP programmer in Object identification using QTP.

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