ALLInterview.com :: Home Page            
 Advertise your Business Here     
Browse  |   Placement Papers  |   Company  |   Code Snippets  |   Certifications  |   Visa Questions
Post Question  |   Post Answer  |   My Panel  |   Search  |   Articles  |   Topics  |   ERRORS new
   Refer this Site  Refer This Site to Your Friends  Site Map  Bookmark this Site  Set it as your HomePage  Contact Us     Login  |  Sign Up                      
Google
   
 
Categories >> Software >> Testing >> Manual Testing
 
 


 

 
 Automation Testing interview questions  Automation Testing Interview Questions (5188)
 Manual Testing interview questions  Manual Testing Interview Questions (6463)
 QA Concepts interview questions  QA Concepts Interview Questions (653)
 Mobile Testing interview questions  Mobile Testing Interview Questions (109)
 Test Cases interview questions  Test Cases Interview Questions (469)
 Test Documents Reporting interview questions  Test Documents Reporting Interview Questions (58)
 Testing AllOther interview questions  Testing AllOther Interview Questions (608)
Question
what is mean by client and server?
 Question Submitted By :: Manual-Testing
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
 
Answer
# 1
Client : Usully one who make requests.
In very simple language....if u r sitting in
front of a computer connected to the internet...and u
type in MAIL.YAHOO.COM in ur browser...then thats the
functionality of a client....in short ur computer is ur
client sending requests.

Server : Its the one which proceeses the request sent by
the client ...does some activity...and responds to the
requests.All web based applns have a server.when u type
YAHOO.COM ur request is sent to the YAHOO ASIA SERVER
LOCATED IN SINGAPORE.it will process it and then send u the
response that u see opening up the yahoo home page.
In case if the server is busy...coz...each server has a
particular load capacity...u get a apage cant be displayed
or server not found message.

Usully all the client's requests are sent to the server via
TCP/IP Protocols.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    60 Yes 8 No
Sriharsha
 
Answer
# 2
Hai friendz I am a rajendra

Client-server it is network architecture
Client-server is a two tier architecture as it name
indicates
Client and server are two important important components in
client server architecture.

Client is nothing but an application program running in a
Computer which can access data or files from server.

Client application program sends requests to the server.

Client application program provides a front-end to access
Data from server.

Server processes the client requests and send information
to the client.

TCP/IP or HTTP protocol is used for communication between
client and server.

In a Nutshell client is a system which has a tool i.e.
application program to access data from server.

Server processes client requests and sends requested
information to client

but i want say one thing without diagramatic explanation
it is easy expaln clent-server architecture.

Finally

applications architectures are three types
1.Two tier architechture(clent server )
2.Three tier architechture.
3.N-Tier architechture
nat test engineer should have a fair knowledge about above
architechtures bcoz any applications/products will fall
any one of the above stated architechture.

still you have any doubt mail me

at :
rajendra_penumalli@yahoo.com

ring me at :
9885162742
Hyderabad
A.P
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    25 Yes 4 No
Rajendra
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
Client is a part of a server i.e Number of computers can be
accessed by server...client has a medium configuration...

Server can manage many clients...its configuration is
higher..The problem of the client can be resolved by server
by not visiting the client system...the client system
password will be set by the server...

client/server plays a huge role in networking area...
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 0 No
Bala.n
 
Answer
# 4
hi this is Dilipan,

Client/server describes the relationship between two
computer programs in which one program, the client, makes a
service request from another program, the server, which
fulfills the request

In a network, the client/server model provides a convenient
way to interconnect programs that are distributed across
different locations.


Example: Your Web browser is a client program that requests
services (the sending of Web pages or files) from a Web
server.

The server is usually a central location where the
processing takes place, although these
can co-exist at the same location.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 0 No
Dilipan Lee
 
Answer
# 5
Client: Usually one who make requests.
In very simple language....if u r sitting in
front of a computer connected to the internet...and u
type in MAIL.YAHOO.COM in ur browser...then thatís the
functionality of a client....in short ur computer is ur
client sending requests.

Server: Itís the one which processes the request sent by
the client ...does some activity...and responds to the
requests. All web based applications have a server. When u
type
YAHOO.COM ur request is sent to the YAHOO ASIA
SERVERLOCATED IN SINGAPORE.it will process it and then send
u the response that u see opening up the yahoo home page.
In case if the server is busy...coz...each server has a
particular load capacity...u get a page canít be displayed
or server not found message.

Usually all the client's requests are sent to the server
via TCP/IP Protocols.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 0 No
Prasannanjaneyulu
 

 
 
 
Other Manual Testing Interview Questions
 
  Question Asked @ Answers
 
Who will prepare the Tracaility Matrix? GE 5
What is the difference b/w test case and scenario?   4
what are the test cases for one rupee coin box ( telephone Box)   4
How to test gtalk applicatin,what could be the possible test cases,test plan   2
What agile testing? how it is process?   5
What is meant by Bucket Testing? IBM 2
What is non-compliance testing? Crea 1
what type of documents can u prepare during Testing? Covansys 5
Hi, this is sekhar yadav, when the testing starts... Bally-Technologies 8
1. can u explain about testing levels and its type with example? 2. First explain about both testing.then difference B/W sanity and smoke testing? 3. Explain about integration , functional , system testing? 4. what are methods use to writing test cases? Wipro 2
how can u do monkey testing on website? IBM 5
what is clinet side validation and server validation?? FIC 2
 
For more Manual Testing Interview Questions Click Here 
 
 
 
 
 


   
Copyright Policy  |  Terms of Service  |  Articles  |  Site Map  |  RSS Site Map  |  Contact Us
   
Copyright © 2013  ALLInterview.com.  All Rights Reserved.

ALLInterview.com   ::  KalAajKal.com