User Meenakshi (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Give one line answer about WR? How do you define WR on your own?
WR is suitable for which type of applications? What kind of applications WR
What are all the different types of recordings available in WR? When do you
go for Context Sensitive and Analog? What's the difference between them?
What's the WR version no you used for your applications?
What is Module? What's Compiled Module?
What is User Define Functions? What are all the different types of User
Defined Functions available in WR?
What is Function? Types of Functions?
Where do you use Private/Public function in your script?
How do you forcibly capture an Object using WinRunner (when WR not able
How TSL looks like? What are all the default codes WR will generates when
you start an application?
How do you invoke an application using TSL?
What's the use of GUI Map Editor?
What are all the types of applications WinRunner can use?
What's Data Driven Test?
What's the File Format used in Data Table?
How do you link a Data Table in your script?
What are the other codes you can write/call with in TSL? What are all the
different languages can be called using TSL in between the scripts?
What are all the Limitations & Advantages of WR?
Where you find that you can't use WR for automation?
What's the types application you working on using WR?
What's your comfort level in using WR?
What is meant by Synchronization? How do you implement it in WR?
What is meant by Check points? Types of Check points? In what situation will
you use it?
How do you handle an Exception in WR? Types of Exception available in WR?
How do you define an Exception for complete application or for a particular
What are all the different platforms that WR can be used?
What is meant by GUI Spy?
Can you test DB using WR? What are all the different DB that WR can support?
How do you set a Query to get/fetch data from the DB?
Apart from Record and Replay what else can be done using WR?
What are different types of running a test?
When do you use Verify/Debug/Update Modes?
When do you use Break Points?
What is Toggle Break Points? How it differ from Break points?
What's Step and Step into?
What's the role of GUI Map Editor? (Its connects logical name in the script
to the physical attributes of the object in the GUI Map Editor).
What is meant by Function Generator? (F7).
How do you load GUI Map Editor?
What is injector in load runner?
1.Difference between WinRunner and Test Director?
2. What is TSL? What 4GL is it similar too?
3. What databases can Test Director reside on?
4. Name a couple of standard web function found in the function generator?
And explain their purpose.
5. Explain data parameterization in WinRunner.
6. Explain the project tree in Test Director.
7. Have you completed the CPS exam? Which one?
8. Write a short compiled module which selects random numbers; and what
function is used to call your customized compiled module?
9. What's the purpose of the wrun.ini file?
What are the two GUI Map modes available in WR?
----- Original Message -----
From: "pullhari" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2002 3:12 PM
Subject: [winrunner] Winrunner Faq's
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by emaimunaff: Thanks for sharing the FAQ'S. I shall appreciate if u can also share the answers along with the faq's.
Shall look forward for answers. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
You've already told us that you're interviewing. In this job market, the odds of someone giving the answers to the above questions are highly unlikely. It would be more likely that someone who knows the answers will go out and get that job that you've claimed to be interviewing for.
And given that you don't know the questions or answers that are asked about WinRunner, why did you apply for the job?
The days of hiring anyone who knows an accronym or two are long gone. I suggest that you might want to sit down and study WinRunner, testing, or whatever you want to study, and find some questions and answers that you can answer in an interview to get a job you earned, not one that you "stole" by using someone elses knowledge.
Jean James, CSTE
J.James Consulting, Inc. "I deliver what I promise, and I only promise what I can deliver."