You can use the ......... dialog box to set testing options that affect how QuickTest works with a specific test.
A) Test Sets
B) Test Setting
C) Test Settings
D) Tests Settings
The ............. area of the Resources pane in the Test Settings dialog box indicates the list of function libraries associated with your test.
A) Associated libraries
B) Associated functions libraries
C) Associated function library
D) Associated function libraries
The Test Settings dialog box may also contain additional panes corresponding to any QuickTest add-ins that are installed or loaded.
If you use the ............ statement to dynamically load a function library during a run session, and a later step calls a function that has the same name as a function in an associated function library, the function in the dynamically loaded function library is used.
You can use the .......... pane of the Test Settings dialog box (File > Settings > ......... node) to activate and set preferences for tracking system counters during a run session. The ......... tracking options enable you to track application performance counters during a run session.
A) Local System Monitor
B) Global System Monitor
C) Local Sys Monitor
D) Global Sys Monitor
........... pane enables you to view and define general information about your test, including the add-ins associated with it.
A) Test Properties Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
B) Action Properties Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
C) Set Properties Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
D) Properties Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
........pane enables you to choose what to do when an error occurs during the run session, set the object synchronization timeout, and choose whether or not to disable the Smart Identification mechanism for the test.
A) Test Run Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
B) Action Run Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
C) Run Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
D) Set Run Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
If you are working with many tests, you may want to use a QuickTest automation script to set a different value for each test. To access the automation script line that controls this option, you can use the .......... button in the Properties pane of the Test Settings dialog box.
A) Generate Script
B) Automation Script
C) Create Script
D) Both A & B
....... pane displays existing built-in and user-defined environment variables. It also enables you to add, modify, or delete internal user-defined environment variables, export the defined variables to an external .XML file, and retrieve them from a file.
A) Test Environment Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
B) Global Environment Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
C) Local Environment Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
D) Action Environment Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
E) Environment Pane (Test Settings Dialog Box)
Exports your user-defined environment variables to an external .XML file for use with other tests. You can then use the exported environment variable file with any test by loading them from the file as external user-defined environment variables. If the file is saved to the file system, its values are loaded each time the test runs. If the file is saved to a Quality Center project, its values are loaded when the test is first loaded.
The default recovery scenarios provided with QuickTest are installed in your QuickTest installation folder. The paths specifying the default recovery scenarios in the Recovery pane use an environment variable ..... in the file path.
16) c 17) d 18) a, 19) c, 20) a, 21) d, 22) c, 23) a, 24) e, 25) a, 26) c