Saturday, October 31, 2009

Requirements Specification Multiple Choice

You use the requirements scope to determine the overall requirements for the application under development. You then define different groups of requirements based either on requirement type or functional area. Requirement groups are recorded in the Requirements module by creating a .......

A) requirements set
B) requirements panel
C) requirements tree
D) requirements graph

For each requirement group, you create a list of .......... in the requirements tree.

A) composite requirements
B) necessary requirements
C) complete requirements
D) detailed requirements

Each requirement in the tree is described in detail and can include any ...........

A) nested requirements
B) sub-requirements
C) relevant attachments
D) none of above

You then assign the requirement a ................ which can be taken into consideration when creating the test plan.

A) severity level
B) priority level
C) both severity & priority level
D) none of above

You can assign the requirements to releases and cycles of the releases tree in the Releases module.

A) True
B) False

Before a requirement is approved, you change a requirement from a Not Reviewed status to Reviewed.

A) True
B) False

You cannot also import requirements to your Quality Center project from Microsoft Word, Excel, or other third-party requirement management tools.

A) True
B) False

To find a specific requirement by ReqID in the Requirements Tree view, choose ........., and type the requirement ID.

A) Requirement > Go to Requirement
B) Req > Go to Requirement
C) Requirements > Go to Requirement
D) Requirements > Move to Requirement

The Requirement Details view enables you to create links between requirements and other entities. It does not enable you to calculate and analyze requirement risks.

A) True
B) False

In the Requirements Module, The Coverage Analysis view enables you to analyze the breakdown of child requirements according to .......

A) test coverage status
B) test Plan status
C) test case status
D) Both A & B

The current status of the requirement, by default is ......

A) Failed
B) Not Completed
C) Passed
D) Not Covered

The calculated Business Criticality for the requirement. Possible values are ......... This field is use only for assessment requirements.

A) High, Medium, Low
B) Critical, Important, Nice to Have
C) Pass, Fail, Not Covered
D) Both B & C

You can add user-defined fields and change the label of any of the fields in the Requirements module.

A) True
B) False

After defining your requirements, you can establish traceability between two or more requirements. Requirements traceability defines a relationship between the requirements. When analyzing the impact of a change proposed in a specific requirement, the traceability links indicate the other requirements that the change might affect. When a requirement changes, Quality Center alerts the directly influenced traced requirements.

A) True
B) False

Assigned requirements can be associated with tests but no defects.

A) True
B) False

You start a requirements tree by adding requirements to the Requirements .........

A) main folder
B) root folder
C) top folder
D) top drive folder

Assigning a parent requirement to a cycle also assigns its child requirements to the same cycle.

A) True
B) False

You can search for a particular requirement by using the .....

A) Search command
B) Look command
C) Find command
D) Get command

You can expand and collapse the branches in the requirements tree. This enables you to change the ........ that the tree displays.

A) Sub - requirements
B) level of detail
C) level of importance
D) none of above

You can send email about a requirement to other users in your Quality Center project. This enables you to routinely inform them about the status of your requirements. A .... is included in the email message that enables the recipient to go directly to the requirement.

A) link
B) hyperlink
C) attachment
D) None of above

You can copy a requirement within the same project or between projects. When you copy a requirement topic, any children of the requirement topic are not copied.

A) True
B) False

Deleting a requirement also deletes its child requirements, tests coverage, requirement traceability links, and defects linkage.

A) True
B) False

Trace To links indicate requirements that affect a selected requirement. Trace From links indicate requirements that are affected by a selected requirement.

A) True
B) False

You can define traceability relationships between requirements in the Relationships tab.

A) True
B) False

The ........... helps you understand the many associations and dependencies that exist between the requirements by displaying them in a hierarchical tree structure.

A) Analysis tab
B) Impact tab
C) Association Analysis tab
D) Impact Analysis tab

The ......... quality management feature enables you to calculate at which level to test each requirement, based on the nature of the requirement and the resources you have available. You can then plan your testing process based on these recommendations.

A) nature-based
B) risk-based
C) priority-based
D) severity-based

The Risk Category is composed of two factors .........

A) Business Criticality
B) Failure Criticality
C) Business Probability
D) Failure Probability

The Business Criticality of a requirement is a measure of how important the requirement is to your business. It has three possible values..............

A) High, Medium, Low
B) Critical, Important, Nice to Have
C) Pass, Fail, Not Covered
D) Both B & C

The Failure Probability of a requirement is a measure of how likely a test on the requirement is to fail. It has three possible values.........

A) High, Medium, Low
B) Critical, Important, Nice to Have
C) Pass, Fail, Not Covered
D) Both B & C

The Functional Complexity of a requirement indicates the complexity of the requirement’s implementation. It has three possible values........

A) High, Medium, Low
B) Critical, Important, Nice to Have
C) Pass, Fail, Not Covered
D) Both B & C

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