WinRunner interview questions
- Describe the process of planning a test in WinRunner?
- How can you verify application behavior?
- How do you modify logical names on GUI map?
- Why would you use batch testing under WinRunner? Explain advantages and disadvantages. Give an example of one project where you used batch testing.
- How do you record a new script? Can you e-mail a WinRunner script? How can a person run a previously saved WinRunner script?
- How can you synchronize WinRunner scripts?
- What is a GUI map? How does it work?
- How do you pass parameter values between the tests?
- Explain in detail how WinRunner checkpoints work. What are standard checkpoints?
- What is a data-driven test? What are the benefits of a data-driven test?
- Have you used WinRunner Recovery Manager?
- What is an exception handler? Wny would you define one in WinRunner?
- We’re testing an application that returns a graphical object (i.e., a map) as a result of the user query. Explain how you’d teach WinRunner to recognize and analyze the returned object.
- What is a TSL? Write a simple script in TSL.
Thanks for the link to my post about Mike Cameron. You’ve got a nice blog here, yourself. I elleciaspy like this line from your own review of the Cameron signing: He strikes out a lot. Not that strikeouts really matter, but they can be frustrating to watch, so I threw that on here. That’s one of the best, shortest analyses of strikeouts I’ve ever read.
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