Object Model Reference for GUI Testing > Windows Runtime > DblTap Method

WinRTRadioButton Object

Description

A Windows Runtime radio button.

Operations

The sections below list the built-in methods and properties that you can use as operations for the WinRTRadioButton object.

Note: You can also view a list and descriptions of the WinRTRadioButton description properties, for use in object repository descriptions, programmatic descriptions, checkpoint and output value steps, and as argument values for the GetTOProperty and GetROProperty methods.

Methods

Common Method CaptureBitmap Saves a screen capture of the object as a .png or .bmp image, depending on the specified file extension.
Common Method Check Checks whether the actual value of an item matches the expected value.
Common Method CheckProperty Checks whether the specified object property achieves the specified value within the specified timeout.
Common Method ChildObjects Returns the collection of child objects contained within the object.
Method DblTap Double-clicks the object.
Method Drag Performs the 'drag' part of a drag-and-drop operation.
Method Drop Performs the 'drop' part of a drag-and-drop operation.
Common Method GetROProperty Returns the current value of the specified description properties from the object in the application.
Common Method GetTOProperties Returns the collection of properties and values used to identify the object.
Common Method GetTOProperty Returns the value of the specified description properties from the test object description.
Method GetVisibleText Returns the text from the specified area.
Method Hold Right clicks the object.
Method MakeVisible Scrolls the object into view if it is not visible in the parent window.
Method MouseMove Moves the mouse pointer to the designated position over the object.
Common Method Output Retrieves the current value of an item and stores it in a specified location.
Common Method RefreshObject Instructs UFT to re-identify the object in the application the next time a step refers to this object.
Method Set Sets the radio button as the selected radio button.
Common Method SetTOProperty Sets the value of the specified description properties in the test object description.
Method Tap Clicks the object.
Common Method ToString Returns a string that represents the current test object.
Method Type Types the specified string in the object.
Common Method WaitProperty Waits until the specified object property achieves the specified value or exceeds the specified timeout before continuing to the next step.

Properties

Common Property Exist Checks whether the object currently exists in the open application.
Common Property Object Accesses the native methods and properties of the user interface object.

 

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DblTap Method

Description

Double-clicks the object.

Syntax

object.DblTap (X, Y)

Arguments

Parameter Description
X Required. An integer value.

The x-coordinate of the double tap. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object.

Y Required. An integer value.

The y-coordinate of the double tap. Note that the sprcified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object.

Return Type

None.

IMPORTANT

If you are testing your application for a computer (not a tablet), this method is equivalent to performing a DblClick method.

Example


 

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Drag Method

Description

Performs the 'drag' part of a drag-and-drop operation.

Syntax

object.Drag ([X], [Y], [BUTTON])

Arguments

Parameter Description
X Optional. An integer value.

The x-coordinate within the window from which the object is dragged. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object.


Default value = -9999
Y Optional. An integer value.

The y-coordinate within the window from which the object is dragged. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object.


Default value = -9999
BUTTON Optional. A predefined constant or number.

The mouse button used to drag the object.


Default value = micLeftBtn

Return Type

None.


 

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Drop Method

Description

Performs the 'drop' part of a drag-and-drop operation.

Syntax

object.Drop ([X], [Y], [BUTTON])

Arguments

Parameter Description
X Optional. An integer value.

The x-coordinate of the object onto which the object is dropped. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object.


Default value = -9999
Y Optional. An integer value.

The y-coordinate of the object onto which the object is dropped. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object.


Default value = -9999
BUTTON Optional. A predefined constant or number.

The mouse button that is released to drop the object.


Default value = micLeftBtn

Return Type

None.


 

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GetVisibleText Method

Description

Returns the text from the specified area.

Syntax

object.GetVisibleText ([Left], [Top], [Right], [Bottom])

Arguments

Parameter Description
Left Optional. A long integer value.

The left coordinate of the search area within the object's window.


Default value = -1
Top Optional. A long integer value.

The top coordinate of the search area within the object's window.


Default value = -1
Right Optional. A long integer value.

The right coordinate of the search ara within the object's window.


Default value = -1
Bottom Optional. A long integer value.

The bottom coordinate of the search area within the object's window.

Note: If the Left, Top, Right, and Bottom arguments are not specified, the method returns all of the text within the visible part of the specified object.


Default value = -1

Return Type

A String value.

IMPORTANT

Example


 

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Hold Method

Description

Right clicks the object.

Syntax

object.Hold ([X], [Y])

Arguments

Parameter Description
X Optional. An integer value.

The x-coordinate of the hold. The specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object. The default value is the center of the object.


Default value = -9999
Y Optional. An integer value.

The y-coordinate of the hold. The specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object. The default value is the center of the object.


Default value = -9999

Return Type

None.

IMPORTANT

If you are testing your application for a computer (not a tablet), this method is equivalent to performing a RightClick method.

Example


 

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MakeVisible Method

Description

Scrolls the object into view if it is not visible in the parent window.

Syntax

object.MakeVisible

Return Type

None.

Example


 

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MouseMove Method

Description

Moves the mouse pointer to the designated position over the object.

Syntax

object.MouseMove (X, Y)

Arguments

Parameter Description
X Required. An integer value.

The x-coordinate of the mouse pointer, relative to the upper left corner of the object.

Y Required. An integer value.

The y-coordinate of the mouse pointer, relative to the upper left corner of the object.

Return Type

None.

IMPORTANT

 

Example


 

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Set Method

Description

Sets the radio button as the selected radio button.

Syntax

object.Set

Return Type

None

Example


 

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Tap Method

Description

Clicks the object.

Syntax

object.Tap ([X], [Y])

Arguments

Parameter Description
X Optional. An integer value.

The x-coordinate of the click. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object. The default value is the center of the object.


Default value = -9999
Y Optional. An integer value.

The y-coordinate of the tap. Note that the specified coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the object. The default value is the center of the object.

Tip: You can enter micNoCoordinate (-9999) for the x and y argument values if you want to enter a value for the button argument without specifying x- and y- coordinates for the click. micNoCoordinate indicates the center of the object.


Default value = -9999

Return Type

None.

IMPORTANT

If you are testing your application for a computer (not a tablet), this method is equivalent to performing a Click method.

Example


 

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Type Method

Description

Types the specified string in the object.

Syntax

object.Type (KeyboardInput)

Arguments

Parameter Description
KeyboardInput Required. A String value.

The text string and/or constants representing non-alphanumeric keys. The following constants are available:

Constant
Action
micCtrlDwn
Presses the Ctrl key.
micCtrlUp
Releases the Ctrl key.
micLCtrlDwn
Presses the left Ctrl key.
micLCtrlUp
Releases the left Ctrl key.
micRCtrlDwn
Presses the right Ctrl key.
micRCtrlUp
Releases the right Ctrl key.
micAltDwn
Presses the Alt key.
micAltUp
Releases the Alt key.
micLAltDwn
Presses the left Alt key.
micLAltUp
Releases the left Alt key.
micRAltDwn
Presses the right Alt key.
micRAltUp
Releases the right Alt key.
micShiftDwn
Presses the Shift key.
micShiftUp
Releases the Shift key.
micLShiftDwn
Presses the left Shift key.
micLShiftUp
Releases the left Shift key.
micRShiftDwn
Presses the right Shift key.
micRShiftUp
Releases the right Shift key.
micIns
Presses the Insert key.
micDel
Presses the Delete key.
micHome
Presses the Home key.
micEnd
Presses the End key.
micPgUp
Presses the Page Up key.
micPgDwn
Presses the Page Down key.
micUp
Presses the Up arrow key.
micDwn
Presses the Down arrow key.
micLeft
Presses the Left arrow key.
micRight
Presses the Right arrow key.
micEsc
Presses the Esc key.
micBack
Presses the Backspace key.
micReturn
Presses the Return key.
micTab
Presses the Tab key.
micBreak
Presses the Break key.
micPause
Presses the Pause key.
micPrintScr
Presses the Print Screen key.
micWinLogoDwn
Presses the Windows Logo key.
micWinLogoUp
Releases the Windows Logo key.
micLWinLogoDwn
Presses the left Windows Logo key.
micLWinLogoUp
Releases the left Windows Logo key.
micRWinLogoDwn
Presses the right Windows Logo key.
micRWinLogoUp
Releases the right Windows Logo key.
micAppKey
Presses the Application key.
micF1
Presses the F1 key.
micF2
Presses the F2 key.
micF3
Presses the F3 key.
micF4
Presses the F4 key.
micF5
Presses the F5 key.
micF6
Presses the F6 key.
micF7
Presses the F7 key.
micF8
Presses the F8 key.
micF9
Presses the F9 key.
micF10
Presses the F10 key.
micF11
Presses the F11 key.
micF12
Presses the F12 key.
micNumLockOn
Turns on the Num Lock.
micCapsLockOn
Turns on the Caps Lock.
micScrollOn
Turns on the Scroll Lock.
micNumLockOff
Turns off the Num Lock.
micCapsLockOff
Turns off the Caps Lock.
micScrollOff
Turns off the Scroll Lock.

 

Return Type

None.

IMPORTANT

Although the Type method is supported for most objects, if you enter a Type statement for an object in which a user cannot enter text, the method has no visual effect.


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