To debug a function library, you must first associate it with a test and then debug it from that test.
To detect and isolate defects in a test or function library, you can control the run session using the .... command
When the test or function library run stops at a breakpoint, you can use the ...... to check and modify the values of VBScript objects and variables.
A) Debug Window
B) Debug Dialog
C) Debug Viewer
D) Debug page
While the test and function libraries are running in debug mode, they are read-only
You cannot debug a file that is called using an ...... statement, or any of the functions contained in the file.
The debug session can continue at the backend while you can perform file operations like opening a new test etc.
Any changes you apply to external resources saved in the file system, such as function libraries, are implemented only when the test is closed and reopened but any changes you apply to any external resource that is saved in your Quality Center project, such as a function library, will be implemented immediately.
You can use the .......... command to begin your debug session at a specific point in your test.
A) Start from Step
B) Run to Step
C) Run from Step
D) Start to Step
You can specify the time (in milliseconds) QuickTest pauses between each step by modifying the ..... option in the Run tab of the Options dialog box (Tools > Options).
A) Delay step execution by
B) Delay every step execution by
C) Delay all steps execution by
D) Delay each step execution by
To display the Debug toolbar, choose ............
A) View > Toolbar > Debug
B) View > Toolbars > Debugs
C) Views > Toolbar > Debug
D) View > Toolbars > Debug
1) A, 2) A, 3) C, 4) A, 5) D, 6) B, 7) B, 8) A, 9) D, 10) D