Saving your changes to an existing asset does not check them in. Even if you save and close the asset, the asset remains checked out until you choose to check it in.
While an asset is checked out, Quality Center users can run the previously checked-in version of your asset. For example, suppose you check out version 3 of an asset and make a number of changes to it and save the asset. Until you check the asset back into the version control database as version 4, Quality Center users can continue to run version .......
If you do not want to check your changes into the Quality Center database, you can undo the check-out operation.
A ......... represents a version of a project at a specific point in a project’s life cycle.
D) both a & c
If you want to view the content of an asset on a particular date or after a particular user checked in the asset, use the ...... option to view or compare the asset.
A) Version History
C) both A & B
D) none of above
A Quality Center server with version control support requires the installation of version control software as well as the Quality Center Version Control Add-in.
When you choose File > Open > Test to open a test that is currently checked in to the version control database or is checked out to another user, it is opened in ..... mode.
D) None of above
You can review the checked-in test. You cannot run the test and view the results.
When you use Save As to save a new test in a Quality Center project with version control support, QuickTest automatically saves the test in the project, checks the test into the version control database with version number ......
You can use the Version History dialog box to.........
A) view version information about the currently open test
B) retrieve an earlier version of the test.
C) View an earlier version of the test.
D) All of above
31) a, 32) d, 33) a, 34) a, 35) a, 36) a, 37) b, 38) b, 39) 40) d