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TestComplete License Manager on a Virtual Server

Background To run SmartBear's TestComplete requires a physical server to be set up with a license manager: https://support.smartbear.com/viewarticle/72302/ Most companies these days (ours included) ...
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How to get TestComplete results in Visual Studio Online

I have been trying to get our TC (TestComplete) results in VSO (Visual Studio online) but so far I have not been able to get it to work. Below is a summary of my findings so far. The mht file that ...
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Which automation tools support Version One [closed]

Please confirm does any of the following automation tools provides support for Version One (Agile Project Management Software)? QTP Test Complete Selenium
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TestComplete_ Object identification

I'm trying to get fields or objects in Desktop application with TestComplete. But get a problem, because I can't get ID, because there are no ID! But other properties such as MappedName, FullName.. ...
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aqString[“Format”] suddenly changed what decimal point it returned - same locale as before in TestComplete

When using this code: aqString["Format"]("%.2f", numb); the returned number used "," as a decimal point before - as is correct as I'm in Norway. Suddenly - like a few days ago - it started to ...
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Is it a good idea to use Page Object Model with TestComplete?

We're using TestComplete at this company, and we're intertwining a bit of scripting in our Keyword tests. I'm thinking about just turning it into just Page Object Model type tests since the recording ...
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Is there a specific screen resolution that should be used when Mapping objects?

I'm using TestComplete 10.50 demo version. My screen resolution is 1366 X 768, and when I try to map objects, the highlighted objects are a little bit indented to the left from the original object. ...