I believe the Check command is the one will report the details to UFT results.
I am sure we can use Checkpoint("something").GetProperty to know the properties and some differences, but not sure what can be the property names.
Just check this link to know the properties samples. Modifying checkpoint properties at run-time | KnowledgeInbox
If nothing helps, try to get Output Values so that you can go and debug the values.
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