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Testing a Component's Properties
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Testing a Component's Properties
There are two methods you can use to test the properties of a Delphi component.
You can use either method to test all properties shown by the Delphi Object
Inspector.
Object Properties verification point Use to test properties while recording
or editing a script.
For information about testing properties, see the Robot Help.
Object Scripting commands Use to test properties programmatically while
editing a script.
For information about the Object Scripting commands, see chapter 5 of the
SQABasic Language Reference.
NOTE: Before you can test a Delphi application, you need to run the
Rational Test Delphi Enabler. For instructions, see Making Delphi Applications
Testable
on
page 17-2.