The QTP & QC connection process has two stages. First, you connect QuickTest to ............ Quality Center server.Next, you log in and choose the project you want QuickTest to access.
D) both B & C
Quality Center projects are password protected
You can choose a Quality Center server accessible via ............
A) Local Area Network (LAN)
B) Wide Area Network (WAN).
C) Both A & B
You can log in to the same Quality Center server using a different user name by clicking Change User.
To view the current Quality Center connection, point to the Quality Center icon on the status bar. A tooltip displays the Quality Center .......... to which QuickTest is connected.
A) server name
B) IP Address
D) Both A & B
If a Quality Center test, or shared file (such as a shared object repository or Data Table file) is open when you disconnect from Quality Center, then QuickTest keeps it open.
Integrating QuickTest with Quality Center enables you to store and access files in a Quality Center project, as well as use the ....... object to access the wide range of functionality provided in the Quality Center Open Test Architecture API.
You can also use the ....... object in your QuickTest automation scripts to access the Quality Center OTA.
When QuickTest is connected to a Quality Center project, you can open QuickTest tests that are a part of your Quality Center project. You locate tests according to their position in the ........, rather than by their actual location in the file system. You can also open tests from the recent tests list in the File menu.
A) test module tree
B) test case tree
C) test plan tree
D) test plan graph
If the test is stored in a Quality Center project with version control support, you can view version control information for the test by clicking the Views down arrow and selecting ........
C) QC Info
1) a,b, 2) a 3) c, 4) a, 5) a, c, 6) b, 7) d, 8) a, 9) c, 10) b