Relevant for: GUI tests and scripted GUI components
You can use table checkpoints to check the content of tables displayed in your application. For example, you can check that a specified value is displayed in a certain cell. For some environments, you can also check the property values of the table object. For example, you can check that a table has the expected number of rows and columns.
During a run session, the table checkpoint compares the actual data to the expected data, as defined in the checkpoint. If the results match, the checkpoint passes.
The tables in your application may be very large. A table checkpoint on a large table may take a long time to create and a long time to run. You can choose to include all rows in your table checkpoint or you can specify a smaller row range.
For some UFT add-ins, when creating a new table checkpoint object, you can specify the range of rows you want to include using the Define/Modify Row Range Dialog Box.