User Bill Khashan (Bill@powertest.com.nospam) posted:
The training is very general and shows you how to use the record and playback
part of the tool. They show some scripting but very minimal. The class is
not application specific, so it may not cover the application your testing at
you current job or project. In short it didn't do much for me cause after I
took the class I was put on a project and the class didn't cover many things
I needed to do for reliable and maintainable scripting. Depends on what you
are looking for, just general knowledge about use of the tool the training is
good to get you started on using full swing not very good.
User Watkins, Bill (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
C is the language that WinRunner is most like. I took the advanced
WinRunner course for WinRunner 5.0 and believe me I learned more
actually working with the tool the week after the training than I did
during the training.
C language. And I personally just took the Advanced Class and it seemed to
be a very high level overview of the product. The training I think is
designed to show the users how to use WinRunner and then you are left to
take that knowledge and apply it to your personal needs.
The Advanced went into variable declaration, function creation, etc. But at
a very basic level. It is basically a continuation of the Basic class. In my
case, the Basic class was Monday and Tuesday, the Advanced class was Wed
thru half of Friday.