Thanks for your quick responses.I am relatively new to the field of testing and have just started off learning automated test-tools.I wanted to know what is a good way to start, from the testing-professionals. I didnt mean to get others do the work for me.
I installed WR and am practicing the Sample Applications provided with that.Will that suffice to get a good understanding of the working of WR?
Have you looked at the tutorial that also comes with WR? It is the standard place to start.
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The tutorials are a good starting place with WinRunner. Courses and tutorials can only go so far, most of the experience you will gain will come from developing test scripts, encountering problems and solving them.
Having a good understanding of testing in general (and manual test execution in particular) along with a reasonable grasp of software development principles will also help you a great deal.