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.
The WinRadioButton test object supports the description properties listed in the table below.
The object's absolute x-coordinate (left) relative to the screen (in pixels). 0,0 is always the top-left corner of the (primary) monitor.
If you are working with multiple monitors, the coordinate in the secondary monitor is relative to the primary monitor.
For example, given a resolution of 1280 x 1024 in the primary monitor, if the secondary monitor is positioned to the right of the primary monitor, the x-coordinate is 1280 or greater. If the secondary monitor is placed to the left of the primary monitor, the x-coordinate is negative.
The object's absolute y-coordinate (top) relative to the screen (in pixels). 0,0 is always the top-left corner of the (primary) monitor.
For example, given a resolution of 1280x1024 in the primary monitor, if the secondary monitor is positioned below the primary monitor, the y-coordinate is 1024 or greater. If the secondary monitor is placed above the primary monitor, the y-coordinate is negative.
The object's name, available for windowless objects only.
This property is not available in the Object Identification and Define New Test Object dialog boxes.
The static text that is attached to a control.
The object's status.
The object's class.
Indicates whether the object is enabled.
Indicates whether the object has the focus.
The object's height (in pixels).
The handle of the run-time object's window.
The ordinal identifier that UFT One assigns to the object to indicate the order in which the object appears in the code relative to other objects with an otherwise identical description. This property cannot be used with GetROProperty.
Values begin with 0.
The ordinal identifier that UFT One assigns to the object to indicate where the object appears within the window, frame, or dialog box. Values are assigned from top to bottom, and left to right. This property cannot be used with GetROProperty.
Values begin with 0.
The object's window class name.
The permanent part of the MFC window class.
The constant part of the window title.
Indicates whether the object has generic "right-aligned" properties.
Indicates whether the object's horizontal origin is on the right edge.
Indicates whether the object's text is displayed using right-to-left reading-order properties.
The list of items that are selected in the control (separated by
The object's generic type, for example, text box, list box, or table.
The object's name as it appears in the object repository. This property cannot be used with programmatic descriptions or as a description property for the ChildObjects method.
If the object is not found in the object repository, the TestObjName is defined as follows:
The text associated with the object.
The unique identifier for the object, generated by UFT One.
Indicates whether the object is visible.
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.
SetVRIColl = TestObject.GetTOProperty("visual relations")
TestObject.SetTOProperty "visual relations", VRIColl
For details, see VisualRelationsCollection Object in the Utility section of the Micro Focus UFT One 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.
The object's width (in pixels).
The object's window identifier.
The extended window style of the object.
The window style of the object.
The object's x-coordinate (left) relative to the parent window (in pixels).
The object's y-coordinate (top) relative to the parent window (in pixels).