The test plan tree is a graphical representation of your......
A) Test Plan
B) Test Plan Graph
C) Test Path
D) Testing Path
You can link a test to specific ...... This is useful, for example, when a new test is created specifically for a known defect. By creating a link, you can determine if the test should be run based on the status of the defect.
D) Testing Paths
You can also associate your tests with a set of resources that you upload to your Quality Center repository.
Link each test in the test plan tree with a requirement or requirements in the requirements tree. By defining ............. for a test, you can keep track of the relationship between the tests in your test plan and your original requirements.
A) test-requirements coverage
B) defect-requirements coverage
C) requirements coverage
D) test plan-requirements coverage
For automated tests, you can first design test steps and automate them by generating a test script. The test script can be for ......
B) QuickTest Professional
E) All of above
After your test plan has been reviewed and approved, you can create a ..... A ....... provides you with a snapshot of your test plan at a specific point in time. You can use a ...... to mark any significant milestone in the application life cycle. The ......... then serves as a point of reference against which changes can be compared.
B) test case
C) test set
D) test suite
To find a specific test by Test ID in the test plan tree, choose ...., and type the test ID.
A) Tests > Move to Test
B) Tests > Go to Test
C) Tests > My Test
D) Tests > All Tests
You can access the Test Plan menu bar from the Test Plan module by pressing the shortcut key ...... Additionally, you can perform many other Quality Center operations using shortcut keys.
The Test Grid displays all the tests in a Quality Center project. Each row displays a separate data item. Each column represents a separate test record.
You can view and modify test information in the Test Grid.
The ....... module enables you to divide your application according to functionality. You divide your application into units, or subjects, by creating a test plan tree.
B) Test plan Tree
C) Test functionality
D) Test Plan
Developing and editing a test plan tree requires appropriate user permissions.
You can automatically create tests based directly on your requirements in the Requirements module.
Select which is not a test type:
To set a QuickTest Professional test as a template test, right-click the test in the test plan tree, and choose .......
A) Set as Template Test
B) Mark as Template Test
C) Make Template Test
D) View as Template Test
By default, the test plan tree displays only the highest level subjects in the
You can view instances of tests you create in test sets in the ...... module. You can view which test sets contain an instance of a test, and go to such a test instance in the ..... module.
A) Test Set
B) Test Plan
C) Test Lab
D) Test Link
You can send email about a test to other users in your project. This enables you to routinely inform development and quality assurance personnel about the status of your tests. A ..... is included in the email, enabling the recipient to go directly to the test.
A) Go To Test link
B) See Test link
C) Test link
D) Move To Test link
You can search for a particular test in the test plan tree or in the Test Grid
using the ...... command.
If ..... is available, you can use it to search for tests in the test plan tree or Test Grid. ........ provides a more powerful search by allowing you to search for keywords and variations of keywords.
A) keyword Search
B) Normal Search
C) Voice Search
D) Text Search
You can replace field values in the Test Grid using the Replace command.
You can copy tests within the same project or between projects.
To copy tests across projects, both projects must use the same Quality Center .........
B) patch level
C) sub version
D) Both A & B
You can delete a folder or test from the test plan tree. When you delete a folder, you can choose to delete .......
A) the folder only
B) the folder, its subfolders, and tests
C) Both A & B
Deleting a test does not delete all previous versions of the test.
In the ....... module, you create requirements coverage by selecting requirements to link to a test. Alternatively, in the ....... module, you create test coverage by selecting tests to link to a requirement.
A) Test Plan, Requirements
B) Requirements, Test Plan
C) Test Plan, Test Coverage
D) Test Coverage, Test Plan
A test can cover more than one requirement, and a requirement can be covered by more than one test.
You can also create coverage between test instances and requirements. To enable this feature use the ............. parameter in Site Administration.
D) It is by default
You can link requirements and tests to defects.
Requirements coverage is created automatically when you convert a requirement to a test. Therefore, even if you have not yet added requirements coverage, it may already exist.
By default you cannot add coverage for the following requirement types: ........ By default, coverage is available only for the following requirement types: ........
A) Business, Folder, and Group / Functional, Testing, and Undefined
B) Functional, Testing, and Undefined / Business, Folder, and Group
You build tests in the Test Plan module by defining .......: detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to execute a test.
A) Plan steps
B) design steps
C) module steps
D) Test steps
You can navigate between steps in the Design Step Editor using shortcut keys. Use ..... to access the last step.
You can copy design steps from another test in the same project. Parameters used in the design step test are copied to the target test.
You view and manage the parameters of a test in the Test Parameters tab.
Tests that will run with each new version of your application are good candidates for automation.
Tests that use multiple data values for the same operation (data-driven tests) are not good candidates for automation.
You can run a ...... to retrieve a machine’s system information, view a captured desktop image of a test run on a machine, or restart a machine.
A) complete test
B) system test
C) full system test
D) execution test
The Test Resources module enables you to manage resources used by your tests.
When a Quality Center project with Business Process Testing is connected to QuickTest Professional, a ..... folder is created automatically in the tree. The ....... folder contains all the QuickTest resources available for business components in the project.
A) BPP Resources
B) BTT Resources
C) BBT Resources
D) BPT Resources
Using the ....... tab, you can upload files for each resource or folder in the test resource tree to the Quality Center repository. You can also download files to a local directory.
A) Resources Viewer
B) Resource Viewer
C) Res Viewer
D) Req Viewer
Dependency relationships are displayed in the Dependencies tab. This tab is available from the Test Plan and Test Resources modules.
When checking out an old version of an entity, the Dependencies tab display any dependencies to entities that no longer exist.
1) a, 2) b, 3) a, 4) c, 5) e, 6) a, 7) b, 8) d, 9) b, 10) a, 11) d, 12) a, 13) a, 14) e, 15) b, 16) a, 17) c,18) a, 19) b, 20) d, 21) a, 22) a, 23) d, 24) c, 25) b, 26) a, 27) a, 28) c, 29) a, 30) a, 31) a, 32) b, 33) d, 34) a, 35) a, 36) a, 37) b, 38) b, 39) a, 40) d, 41) b, 42) a, 43) b