1. Which WinRunner feature acts as a mediator or translator between the application under test (AUT) and the test script
A. GUI Spy
B. GUI Map
C. WR addin
D. Object Properties
2. Test A and Test B are run in succession. In order for Test B to run successfully, Test A should be designed so that Test B is able to start in the same location where Test A finishes running. What is the best practice for setting up scripts to run in succession or multiple iterations?
A. Data Driving
C. Looping Condition
D. Initial and End condition
3. A test script contains standard objects captured in Normal mode, and a window with custom objects captured using Analog mode. Which of the following statements will ensure correct playback of the testscript with steps recorded in Analog mode?
A. The window with custom objects must be visible on the screen
B. The window with custom objects must be centered on the screen
C. The window with custom objects must be in their default size and location
D. The window with custom objects must be in the exact size and location as when they are recorded
4. When a test is run in Update mode, what happens to the expected values defined in a checkpoint that is included in the script?
A. The expected results are transferred to the res folder.
B. The expected results are overwritten in the exp folder
C. The expected results remain the same in the exp folder
D. The expected results are overwritten in the debug folder.