Use the member-of operator (.) to perform the following operations:
To call methods or properties to manipulate an object, you specify the object’s fully qualified name. The complete name is composed of the name of the object itself and the names of each of its ancestors. Separate each ancestor name with the member-of operator:
To call a method by name, you precede its name with the fully qualified name of the object you want the method to act upon. Separate the object name from the method name with the member-of operator:
|full-wname||The name of the window itself and the names of each of its ancestors, separated with the member-of operator.|
|method||A Silk Test Classic method or user-defined method.|
|argument||The appropriate arguments to the method, if any.|
To get and set an object's properties, precede its name with the complete name of a window. Separate the property name and the window name with the member-of (.) operator:
To get the value of a property, use this format:
variable = complete-window-name.property
To set the value of a property, use this format:
complete-window-name.property = value
For example, you might get the current selection in the Filename list box of the File Open dialog box as follows:
STRING x = FileOpen.Filename.sValue
And to set the selection string in the Filename list box in the File Open dialog box:
FileOpen.Filename.sValue = "test.txt"
MyEmployee.sPhone = "123-4567"