If, after completing the Smart Identification elimination process, QuickTest still cannot identify the object, then QuickTest uses the ........... to identify the object.
A) learned description and smart identification
B) smart identification and the ordinal identifier
C) smart identification plus the run time properties
D) learned description plus the ordinal identifier
If QuickTest successfully uses Smart Identification to find an object after no object matches the learned description, the step is assigned a ....... in the Test Results.
A) Passed status
B) Failed status
C) Warning status
D) Yellow status
While Mapping User-Defined Test Object Classes, You should map an object that cannot be identified only to a ....... class with comparable behavior.
A) Standard Windows
B) Standard WinObject
C) Standard Winclass
D) Standard Winmap
With Object Repository Manager, You can work with object repositories saved both in the file system and in a Quality Center project.
You open the Object Repository Manager by choosing ...........
A) File > Object Repository Manager
B) Object Repository > Object Repository Manager
C) Resource > Object Repository Manager
D) Resources > Object Repository Manager
You cannot open as many shared object repositories as you want.
If QuickTest is connected to a Quality Center project with version control enabled, you can ......
A) view and manage versions of your shared object repositories
B) view comparisons of two shared object repository versions
C) view baseline history
D) All of above
You can add checkpoint or output value objects to a shared object repository via the Object Repository Manager.
Even when steps containing an object are deleted from your component, the objects remain in the object repository.
When you open an object repository that is stored in the file system and was created using a version of QuickTest earlier than version 9.0, QuickTest converts it to the current format when you make it editable.
1) D, 2) c, 3) A, 4) A, 5) D, 6) B, 7) D, 8) B, 9) A, 10) A