You can check that a specified text string is displayed by adding one of the following checkpoints to your test.
A) Standard Checkpoint
B) Text Area Checkpoint
C) Text Checkpoint
D) All of Above.
When checking text, QuickTest tries to retrieve the text directly from the object. If QuickTest cannot retrieve the text in this manner (for example, because the text is part of a picture), it tries to retrieve the text using an OCR (optical character recognition) mechanism.
Tick mark the true and complete statment:
A) You can add a text checkpoint while recording steps in a Windows- or Web-based application.
B) You can add a text checkpoint while recording or editing steps in a Windows- or Web-based application.
C) You can add a text checkpoint while recording or editing steps in a Windows-based application.
D) You can add a text checkpoint while editing steps in a Windows- or Web-based application.
You can add a text area checkpoint only while recording a test on Windows-based applications, such as Standard Windows, Java, Visual Basic, and ActiveX.
In the Text/Text Area Checkpoint Properties Dialog Box Options, in Checkpoint Summary area, QuickTest automatically displays the checked text in ....., and the text before and after the checked text in .....
A) Red, Blue
B) Green, Blue
C) Green Yellow
D) White, Pink
In Windows-based environments, if there is more than one line of text selected, the Checkpoint Summary area displays [complex value] instead of the selected text string. You can then click Configure to view and manipulate the actual selected text for the checkpoint.
In the Text/Text Area Checkpoint Properties Dialog Box Options, in Checkpoint Summary area, You can only view and cannot modify the text selection displayed.
You can parameterize the checked text.
If you specify a checkpoint timeout other than 0, and the checkpoint ....., the Test Results window displays information on the checkpoint timeout.
C) Fails or Passes
Any text that is not selected as Checked Text, Text Before, or Text After is displayed in ..... The .... text is not displayed the next time the Configure Text Selection dialog box is opened.
1) D , 2) A , 3) B, 4) A , 5) A , 6) A , 7) B , 8) A , 9) B , 10) C