Object Model Reference for GUI Testing > Mobile > MobileDropDown Object > MobileDropDown description properties

MobileDropDown description properties

The MobileDropDown test object supports the description properties listed in the table below.

Note: Most object description 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. However, some object description properties can be used only in checkpoint and output value steps, and with GetROProperty, WaitProperty, and CheckProperty steps, whereas others can be used only when identifying an object, as indicated below.

Name

Description

accessibilityid

The accessibility ID of the mobile control.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

bottom

The offset (in pixels) of the mobile control's bottom border from the top of the device's screen.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Not supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

class*

The test object class name used by Mobile Center to identify objects, such as button or table.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

container

The x-path to the control within its container.

Syntax: <Class>[index][row][cell] (All values are 0-based)

Example: Table[1][3][5] means that the object is in the 6th cell of the 4th row of the 2nd Table object.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Packaged apps only

iOS: Supported

Android: Not supported

height**

The mobile object's height (in pixels).

Object identification: Not supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Not supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

hint

Instruction or example indicating the type of content to enter for the value of a control, for example, a grayed out hint inside a text box.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Packaged apps only

Android: Packaged apps only

ischeckable

Indicates whether the mobile control contains a check box that can be selected. Boolean value. (Relevant for controls with a check box.)

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

ischecked

Indicates whether the mobile control is checked. Boolean value. (Relevant for controls with a check box.)

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

isclickable

Indicates whether the mobile control can be tapped (clicked). Boolean value.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: iOS supported for packaged apps only; Android supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

isenabled

Indicates whether the mobile control is enabled. Boolean value.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

isfocusable

Indicates whether the mobile control can be brought into focus. Boolean value.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

isfocused

Indicates whether the mobile control is in focus. Boolean value.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

left**

The offset (in pixels) of the mobile control's left border from the left side of the device's screen.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Not supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

mcindex

An ordinal number assigned to the object by Mobile Center to indicate the order in which the object appears on the device relative to other objects with an otherwise identical description.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: iOS supported; Android not supported for GetProperty on non-packaged apps

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

nativeclass

The native class of the mobile control.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: iOS supported; Android supported for packaged apps only

ChildObjects: iOS supported; Android supported for packaged apps only

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

resourceid

The resource ID for the control. (Relevant only for Android)

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

iOS: Not supported

Android: Supported

right**

The offset (in pixels) of the mobile control's right border from the left side of the device's screen.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Not supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

text

The text property of the mobile control.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

top**

The offset (in pixels) of the mobile control's top border from the top of the device's screen.

Object identification: Supported

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Not supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

visual relations

Represents the test object's visual relations identifier.

Use this property in GetTOProperty and SetTOProperty steps to return or apply a VisualRelationsCollection object for a test object. The VisualRelationsCollection object enables you to retrieve or replace the visual relation identifier settings of a test object during a run session.

Syntax:

SetVRIColl = TestObject.GetTOProperty("visual relations")

TestObject.SetTOProperty "visual relations", VRIColl

For details, see VisualRelationsCollection Object in the Utility section of the Micro Focus UFT Object Model Reference for GUI Testing.

This property is not listed in the Object Spy. It is not retrieved when you use the GetTOProperties method. It cannot be used in the Object Identification dialog box, the description area of the object repository, checkpoint or output value steps, and so on.

width**

The mobile object's width in pixels.

Object identification:

Checkpoints / Output value properties / GetROProperty: Supported

ChildObjects: Not supported

iOS: Supported

Android: Supported

* Required by Mobile Center to identify the objects in the application.

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** When defining the location of an object:

Note: To change descriptions of Mobile test objects created in UFT 12.02 Patch 1 (Mobile Center 1.01) or earlier, first update the test object in the object repository.

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