Question 1 :
How you used WinRunner in your project?
Yes, I have been using WinRunner for creating automated scripts for GUI, functional and regression testing of the AUT.
Question 2 :
Explain WinRunner testing process?
WinRunner testing process involves six main stages
* Create GUI Map File so that WinRunner can recognize the GUI objects in the application being tested
* Create test scripts by recording, programming, or a combination of both. While recording tests, insert checkpoints where you want to check the response of the application being tested.
* Debug Test: run tests in Debug mode to make sure they run smoothly
* Run Tests: run tests in Verify mode to test your application.
* View Results: determines the success or failure of the tests.
* Report Defects: If a test run fails due to a defect in the application being tested, you can report information about the defect directly from the Test Results window.
Question 3 :
What is contained in the GUI map?
WinRunner stores information it learns about a window or object in a GUI Map. When WinRunner runs a test, it uses the GUI map to locate objects. It reads an object's description in the GUI map and then looks for an object with the same properties in the application being tested. Each of these objects in the GUI Map file will be having a logical name and a physical description. There are 2 types of GUI Map files. Global GUI Map file: a single GUI Map file for the entire application. GUI Map File per Test: WinRunner automatically creates a GUI Map file for each test created.
Question 4 :
How does WinRunner recognize objects on the application?
WinRunner uses the GUI Map file to recognize objects on the application. When WinRunner runs a test, it uses the GUI map to locate objects. It reads an object's description in the GUI map and then looks for an object with the same properties in the application being tested.
Question 5 :
Have you created test scripts and what is contained in the test scripts?
Yes I have created test scripts. It contains the statement in Mercury Interactive's Test Script Language (TSL). These statements appear as a test script in a test window. You can then enhance your recorded test script, either by typing in additional TSL functions and programming elements or by using WinRunner's visual programming tool, the Function Generator.