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Difference between "nameProp" and "Name" property of an object
the buttons in the web application which i'm testing are images.
Using the finder tool in object properties when i map on the object (botton/image) i get a list of its properties.
What i would like to know is what is the difference between "nameProp" and "Name" property.
Where can i find a detailed description of the properties of any object.
Thanks & Regards,
**Atanas and Umakanths's post have really been helpfull to me in scripting, So Thanx a million.
Re: Difference between "nameProp" and "Name" property of an object
nameProp is the property used in the DOM model of Internet Explorer. You can find detailed information about it in MSDN. Name is a property that TestComplete gives to any window object. You will notice that in the Object Browser there may be two groups of properties (or methods): Elements of each group are sorted alphabetically. For example, ChildCount, ChildList, Enabled, ..., UnmappedName properties are TestComplete's, the next group of properties (accessKey, all, attributes, etc.) belong to the DOM model of Internet Explorer.
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