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How do you call a function from external libraries (dll).
What is the purpose of load_dll?
How do you load and unload external libraries?
How do you declare external functions in TSL?
How do you call windows APIs, explain with an example?
What is the purpose of step, step into, step out, step to cursor commands for debugging your script?
How do you update your expected results?
How do you run your script with multiple sets of expected results?
How do you view and evaluate test results for various check points?
How do you view the results of file comparison?
What is the purpose of Wdiff utility?
What are batch tests and how do you create and run batch tests ?
How do you store and view batch test results?
How do you execute your tests from windows run command?
Explain different command line options?
What TSL function you will use to pause your script?
What is the purpose of setting a break point?
What is a watch list?
During debugging how do you monitor the value of the variables?
Describe the process of planning a test in WinRunner?
How do you record a new script?
Can you e-mail a WinRunner script?
How can a person run a previously saved WinRunner script?
How can you synchronize WinRunner scripts?
What is a GUI map? How does it work?
How can you verify application behavior?
Explain in detail how WinRunner checkpoints work. What are standard checkpoints?
What is a data-driven test? What are the benefits of a data-driven test?
How do you modify logical names on GUI map?
Why would you use batch testing under WinRunner? Explain advantages and disadvantages. Give an example of one project where you used batch testing.
How do you pass parameter values between the tests? typically learns all the objects in the window else we will identifying those object, which are to be learned in a window, since we will be working with only those objects while creating scripts.
Have you used WinRunner Recovery Manager?
What is an exception handler? Wny would you define one in WinRunner?
We’re testing an application that returns a graphical object (i.e., a map) as a result of the user query. Explain how you’d teach WinRunner to recognize and analyze the returned object.
What is a TSL? Write a simple script in TSL.

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