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testing Online Quiz - 156

Description: testing Online Quiz - 156
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Where can you link tests to requirements?

  1. from the Test Lab module

  2. from the Requirements module

  3. on the test details page (Test Plan)

  4. on the attachments page (Test Plan)


Correct Option: B

You can filter Quality Center data to display only those records that meet the criteria that you define. How many filters can you define?

  1. Multiple items as filter

  2. Two items as a filter

  3. Five items as filter

  4. Single item as a filter


Correct Option: A

You can associate a test instance with a defect. This is performed by creating ..............in the Test Plan module, or by adding a defect during a manual test run.

  1. Linked Errors

  2. Linked Defects

  3. Linked Data

  4. Linked Tests


Correct Option: B

The Requirements Grid view enables you to display requirements in

  1. Flat

  2. Hierarchical

  3. Flat non-hierarchical

  4. Flat-hierarchical


Correct Option: C

AI Explanation

To answer this question, let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) Flat - This option is incorrect because the Requirements Grid view does not display requirements in a flat format. Instead, it allows you to organize requirements in a hierarchical structure.

Option B) Hierarchical - This option is incorrect because the Requirements Grid view already displays requirements in a hierarchical format. It does not need to be enabled for this purpose.

Option C) Flat non-hierarchical - This option is correct because the Requirements Grid view enables you to display requirements in a flat non-hierarchical format. This means that the requirements are displayed as a list without any nested or hierarchical structure.

Option D) Flat-hierarchical - This option is incorrect because it combines the concepts of both a flat and hierarchical format, which is not applicable to the Requirements Grid view.

The correct answer is C) Flat non-hierarchical. This option is correct because the Requirements Grid view allows you to display requirements in a flat non-hierarchical format.

You can rename or delete Requirements root folder.

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B
Explanation:

To solve this question, the user needs to know about the Requirements root folder, which is a crucial part of a software project's organization.

The answer to this question is:

The Answer is: B. False.

Explanation:

Renaming or deleting the Requirements root folder of a software project is not recommended because it can cause issues with the project's organization and functionality. The Requirements root folder typically contains all of the project's requirements documentation, which is essential for effective project management and development.

Deleting the Requirements root folder can cause the loss of important information, while renaming it can lead to confusion and difficulty in locating the necessary documentation. Therefore, it is best to leave the Requirements root folder intact and to avoid renaming or deleting it.

Quality Center defines four Testing Levels:

  1. Full, Partial, Basic, and Low

  2. Full, Half, Basic, and None

  3. Full, Partial, Basic, and None

  4. Full, Partial, Critical, and None


Correct Option: C

You can access the Test Plan menu bar from the Test Plan module by pressing the shortcut key .....

  1. F7

  2. F9

  3. F12

  4. F11


Correct Option: B

By default, how does Quick Test pass arguments to the procedure?

  1. A. ByVal

  2. B. ByRef

  3. C. ByArg

  4. D. ByRes


Correct Option: B

What information can be seen in the information pane?

  1. A. Syntax errors

  2. B. The test name and author

  3. C. The QTP license information.

  4. D. The machine ID and operating system.


Correct Option: A

What does a break point do?

  1. A. Stops test execution at the specified step, after executing that step

  2. B. Stops test execution at the specified step, before executing that step.

  3. C. Pauses test execution at the specified step, after executing that step

  4. D. Pauses test execution at the specified step, before executing that step.


Correct Option: D
  1. A. It records exact keyboard operations on an object.

  2. B. It records exact coordinates of all mouse movements.

  3. C. It uses the object repository to determine what methods can be used.

  4. D. It records and display exact keyboard operations on an object.


Correct Option: A

What can you use to handle unpredictable testing exceptions?

  1. A. A Do Loop

  2. B. Recovery Scenario

  3. C. IF then Statement

  4. D. Select case statement.


Correct Option: B

Action can be split into multiple actions (true/false)

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B

Expert View is the default view in QTP. True/False

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B

The toolbar enables you to view the details of an individual action or the entire test flow is

  1. Testing toolbar

  2. None of the above

  3. Action toolbar

  4. Test Pane


Correct Option: D

The key that is used to Start/End analog recording mode?

  1. F3

  2. SHIFT+ALT+F3

  3. CTRL+SHIFT+F3

  4. F10


Correct Option: B

To use a specific property to identify your object, but that property is not listed in the properties list. Then how do you identify that object?

  1. Add the specific property to the list

  2. Use the Default property

  3. Use some other property to identify your object

  4. NONE


Correct Option: A

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand how properties are used to identify objects. Let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) Add the specific property to the list - This option is correct because if a specific property is not listed in the properties list, you can add it to the list to identify your object. By adding the specific property, you can ensure that the object can be uniquely identified.

Option B) Use the Default property - This option is incorrect because the Default property is typically used as a fallback option when no other properties can be used to identify the object. It is not meant to be used for identifying the object directly.

Option C) Use some other property to identify your object - This option is incorrect because if the specific property you want to use is not listed in the properties list, it means that it is not available to be used for identifying the object. You should add the specific property to the list instead.

Option D) NONE - This option is incorrect because there is a way to identify the object by adding the specific property to the list.

The correct answer is A) Add the specific property to the list. This option is correct because by adding the specific property to the list, you can use it to identify your object.

Which is a testing phase where the tester tries to 'break' the system by randomly trying the system's functionality?

  1. Ad Hoc Testing

  2. Ramp Testing

  3. Unit Testing

  4. White Box Testing


Correct Option: A

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand different testing phases and their purposes. Let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) Ad Hoc Testing - This option is correct. Ad hoc testing is a testing phase where the tester tries to 'break' the system by randomly trying the system's functionality. It is an informal and unstructured testing approach where the tester does not follow any specific test cases or plans.

Option B) Ramp Testing - This option is incorrect. Ramp testing, also known as load testing, is a type of performance testing where the system is tested under increasing load or stress to evaluate its behavior and performance.

Option C) Unit Testing - This option is incorrect. Unit testing is a testing phase where individual units or components of a software system are tested to ensure they function correctly. It focuses on testing small, isolated parts of the system rather than the system as a whole.

Option D) White Box Testing - This option is incorrect. White box testing is a testing technique where the tester has access to the internal structure and code of the system. It involves testing the internal logic, paths, and branches of the code to ensure its completeness and correctness.

The correct answer is A) Ad Hoc Testing. This option is correct because ad hoc testing involves randomly trying the system's functionality to 'break' it, without following any specific test cases or plans.

What is the operational techniques and the activities used to fulfill and verify requirements of quality?

  1. Quality Audit

  2. Quality Circle

  3. Quality Management

  4. Quality Control


Correct Option: D

AI Explanation

To answer this question, we need to understand the operational techniques and activities used to fulfill and verify requirements of quality. Let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) Quality Audit - Quality audit is a systematic and independent examination of a process or system to ensure that it complies with quality standards. While quality audits are an important part of quality management, they are not specifically focused on fulfilling and verifying requirements of quality.

Option B) Quality Circle - Quality circles are voluntary groups of employees who come together to identify, analyze, and solve work-related problems. While quality circles can contribute to improving quality, they are not specifically focused on fulfilling and verifying requirements of quality.

Option C) Quality Management - Quality management refers to the activities and techniques used to direct and control an organization with regard to quality. While quality management is an important concept in ensuring quality, it is a broader term that encompasses various techniques and activities, including those related to fulfilling and verifying requirements of quality.

Option D) Quality Control - Quality control refers to the operational techniques and activities used to fulfill and verify requirements of quality. It includes activities such as inspection, testing, and monitoring to ensure that products or services meet the specified quality standards. Quality control is specifically focused on the verification and fulfillment of quality requirements.

The correct answer is D) Quality Control. This option is correct because quality control is the specific operational technique and activity used to fulfill and verify requirements of quality.

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