i am searching job in Qa in US.i have put banking exp in my resume.can u please let me know
1.Is programming language necessary in manual or automation testig?
i learnt QTp tool.Is it necessary to learn VB script?
2.What is the diff between test script and test cases?
3.I have put a exp that i worked in a bank on banking and credit card application and tested the application manually and using automation tools for online bill payment,money transfer from checking to saving to credit.If somebody asks me on which platform u had worked(like java,windows etc)what should i say?
4.2nd experience i have put again is for banking that i tested purchase express.This application is for small merchants(like a book seller, somebody orders book from the merchant then the merchant has all the info about this customer in his database like credit card ,address etc).mechant only needs IE and internet connection.Again same if somebody asks on which platform i worked what should i say?
What else questions can interviewer ask me in these scenarios?
if i have posed in wrong place then please let me know where i should post my query
First, there is an interview questions section farther down the list of forums. You may want to check there for general interview items.
Second, the search of the forums will show many discussions for common definitions of terms such as test cases and test scripts. Try using it, it is really very easy.
Third, grammar and punctuation... Don't use text-speak here on the forums or in the resume or in cover letters or in email inquiries. If you want a grown-up job, act like it.
Finally. You said "i have put banking exp in my resume." Have you actually done this? Outside of a class or training exercise? I'm curious because if so, questions #3 and #4 make little sense to me. Do you now knot what the platform was that you tested on?
can I suggest that you review the following thread:
where it is clear that putting fake information in your CV will definitely wreck your potential for a good career in most countries .
Also, posts in this forum that ask for help in doing these things wil result in you being ignored by senior members and eventually are likely to be banned.
Please think about this and either rephrase or remove your post.
I apologise if I have incorrectly guessed your intentions but the wording you us seems clear.
Good luck and welcome to the forum!
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If somebody asks me on which platform u had worked(like java,windows etc)what should i say?
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You should simply tell the interviewer the platform on which you had worked.
For example, if the system you tested was windows-based, say so.
And if you are asked a question, and don't understand what they mean or what they are looking for, you should ask them to explain.
Good luck in your job search.
"What is the diff between test script and test cases?"
Naming conventions are flexible but there are some well-known standards... How did you name your manual / automated test documentation and its most important content to get to a test result within software testing?
1) For manual testing you shouldn't require any sort of programming experience. however, if you were to get into the automated side you would probably need to have experience in the language that the particular automation application makes use of. Either way, a good understanding of programming fundementals would help.
2) a test case is the whole kitten kaboodle, it's got the summary of the test, test description, expected results, pass/fail criteria, testing parameters. A test script is, generally, the steps to perform a given test case. However, terms can sometimes be left open to interpretation, so just verify that this is how they use the terms internally.
3) Just give them what platform you've worked on. If you were working directly on a mainframe then that's what you say. However, if you were working on a windows machine and building an automated script for a specific application, then you were actually working on that platform, you were working on windows and writing a script to automate a particular process.
4) Again, this would be the testing platform. If you worked on Windows then you say Windows. Somewhere else along the line you will mention that you were "Performing manual testing of a web checkout application" as one of your job drequirements for working at that company. Only list the Platforms (ie Windows, Linux, MAC, AS400, RS6000, etc) that you're familiar with. If you don't know the name then you didn't work on it [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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1) Programming EXPERIENCE will probably be required to get into automation. Some companies might require experience in a particular language, some might not. I'd suggest you focus on getting good at whatever language you already know, and if you see a lot of interesting jobs come up with some other language you might want to start learning it.
3) You should tell the truth.
Putting banking/credit card experience may help a little with some positions, but from what I've seen your overall knowlege of testing, amount of experience, and perceived intelligence will have a greater impact. Spend some time learning the testing lingo and developing your communication skills.