Wednesday, January 5, 2011

QTP Designing Tests - Multiple Choice Questions

QTP Designing Tests - Multiple Choice Questions

1. Using File > Export Test to Zip File enables you to save together, conserving space and making it easier to move a test.

A) configuration
B) run-time
C) setup data
D) Active Screen files
E) A,B & C
F) All of above

2. When you save a new test to the file system, QuickTest suggests a default folder called ……….

B) Test
C) Tests
D) QuickTest

3. To set Active Screen preferences, such as instructing QuickTest not to capture Active Screen files while recording or to only capture Active Screen information under certain conditions, you can modify the Active Screen pane of the Options dialog box under...........

A) Tools > Option > Active Screen node
B) Tool > Options > Active Screen node
C) Tools > Options > Active Screen node
D) Tools > Options List > Active Screen node

4. To conserve disk space if you do not require the run results for later analysis, or if you are saving an existing test under a new name and do not need the run results, clear the .............. check box.

A) Save run results
B) Save run Screens
C) Save run Screnshots
D) None of Above

5. Which of the following is not a valid option in QTP:

A) Save Function Library
B) Save Recovery Scenario
C) Save Shared Object Repository
D) Save Environment Variable File
E) Both C & D
F) All are Valid

6. If you clear the Save Active Screen files check box and then later want to edit your test using Active Screen options, you can regenerate the Active Screen information by performing an Update Run operation.

A) True
B) False

7. QuickTest does not support hidden files.

A) True
B) False

8. If a test has locked QuickTest resource files, you can open the test in ......

A) read-only mode
B) read-write mode
C) Write-only mode
D) Both A & B

9. Names and paths of tests and resources (for example, function libraries,
object repositories, and recovery scenarios) are Unicode compliant.

A) True
B) False

10. The keyword-driven methodology is especially useful for organizations that have both technical and less technical users because it offers a clear division of automation tasks.

A) True
B) False

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