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Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012

Question No: 41 DRAG DROP

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your testing efforts. You want to see how manual testing is going for the current plan.

You need to see a list of manual test runs grouped first by Test Status and then by State.

What should you do? (To answer, move the three appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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Explanation:

Box 1: Navigate to the Analyze Test Runs view and select Manual runs. Box 2: Drag the Test Status column header into the group by region.

Box 3: Drag the Status column header into the group by region.

Note:

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Question No: 42

You plan to conduct a test for a multi-tier ASP.NET website by using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You have created a test plan named Release 1.0.

Under the Release 1.0 test plan, the test run should:

->Collect information about all machines on which the test is run, and

->Collect each UI action performed within the Client role.

You need to configure the Release 1.0 test plan to meet these requirements. What should you do?

  1. Create new test settings for Manual Tests by using the client and server roles. Select the System information and Action log diagnostic data adapters.

  2. Create new test settings for Automated Tests on the local machine. Select the IntelliTrace and Action Log diagnostic data adapters.

  3. Create new test settings for Automated Tests by using the client and server roles. Select the ASP.NET profiler and Code coverage diagnostic data adapters.

  4. Create new test settings for Manual Tests on the local computer. Select the System information and Code coverage diagnostic data adapters.

Answer: A Explanation:

  • System information : A test setting can be set up to include the system information about the machine that the test is run on. The system information is specified in the test results by using a test setting.

  • Action log diagnostic

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  • (incorrect): Code coverage: To determine what proportion of your project#39;s code is actually being tested by coded tests such as unit tests, you can use the code coverage feature of Visual Studio. To guard effectively against bugs, your tests should exercise or #39;cover#39; a large proportion of your code.

    Code coverage analysis can be applied to both managed (CLI) and unmanaged (native) code.

    Reference: Specifying Test Settings for Visual Studio Tests

    Question No: 43

    You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 process template.

    Your client has added new capabilities to a product in development, which necessitates a

    major change to existing test cases. The product owner has created a new product backlog item (PBI) and has provided you a link to a document that explains these new requirements.

    You need to provide easy access to the requirements document from the test cases.

    Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

    1. From the Test Suite window, add the requirement document by using Add Requirements.

    2. From the Links tab, link the requirements document to the PBI.

    3. From the Test Plan Manager, add a link to the PBI.

    4. For each test case, use the Tested Backlog Items tab to add a link to the PBI.

    Answer: B,D Explanation:

    Typically, you create a test plan for each iteration and area of your team project. Near the start of the iteration, you add the product backlog items, user stories or requirements of that iteration to the test plan.

    ->In Microsoft Test Manager, choose Testing Center, Plan, Contents.

    ->Choose Add Requirements.

    ->In Add existing requirements, edit the query to find the requirements you want. For example, you might add a clause to select the current Iteration Path. Or, you might choose requirements that are not already linked to test cases.

    ->Choose Run to run the query and display requirements.

    ->Select the requirements you want to add.

    A:

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    D: The Tested Backlog Items tab lists all the PBIs and bugs in a test case. By linking PBIs and bugs to test cases, the team can track the progress made in testing each item.

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    Reference: Scrum process template work item types and workflow Creating Tests for Product Backlog Items, User Stories, or Requirements

    Question No: 44

    You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 process template.

    You need to generate a list of product backlog items (PBI) in MTM that have zero test cases.

    What should you do?

    1. Open each PBI and visually inspect the work item links.

    2. Create a requirements-based test suite.

    3. Click Requirements coverage in the Results view.

    4. Create a Direct Links query.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: Direct links query: Returns work items and any work items that are linked to these items

    Question No: 45

    You are a QA tester on a development team. You are responsible for a large number of test cases on your current project.

    You need to bulk edit test steps in a large group of test cases. Which tool should you use?

    1. Web Test case Management

    2. Microsoft Excel

    3. Microsoft Visual Studio

    4. Microsoft Test Manager

    Answer: A

    Reference: Modify multiple work items at a time

    Question No: 46

    You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

    Your company no longer supports a particular configuration for the application under test. You need to ensure that the test configuration is unavailable as an option in a test plan.

    Which state should you assign to the test configuration?

    1. Closed

    2. Inactive

    3. Disabled

    4. Idle

    Answer: B

    Explanation: When you have completed the tests in a test plan, set its state to Inactive. This prevents more tests from being run in this plan, but still allows the results of existing runs to be viewed. When the results are no longer required you can delete the test plan.

    Question No: 47

    Your development team is working through their bug backlog and tracking their progress on the Bugs dashboard.

    You look at the active bugs by assignment report and notice that the average size of your team members#39; bands for active bugs is increasing over time.

    You need to identify the issues blocking the team#39;s progress toward resolving and closing bugs.

    Which issue should you investigate?

    1. The bug backlog is divided evenly across the development team for resolution.

    2. The test cases are outdated and are testing the wrong code.

    3. The reactivated bugs that the development team is working through are resolving faster than expected.

    4. The team has reallocated members to other non-priority tasks.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: Bug progress indicators include:

  • The band for active Bugs is becoming wider.

  • Questions to ask:

    Are team members being reallocated to other, non-priority tasks? Are other issues blocking the team#39;s ability to resolve and fix Bugs?

    Reference: Bugs dashboard

    Question No: 48

    You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

    You have been assigned to work on a test case for an application that is still in development. There have been changes to the test case.

    You need to know what changes have been made. What should you do?

    1. Open the test case work item, click on Links, then view links of the linked type Versioned Item.

    2. View the automatic collected change document on the Attachments tab.

    3. Open the test case work item, click the Summary tab, and click All changes.

    4. Add a link to a test change document from the test plan properties.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: Q: Can I get an audit trail for test plans and test suites?

    A: Yes. With TFS 2013.3, work item history tracks changes to test plans and test suites. For example, adding tests to a test suite or changing configurations are tracked. In the work item form, under History, choose ALL CHANGES to view the audit trail.

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    Reference: Plan Manual Tests using Team Web Access

    Question No: 49 DRAG DROP

    Your testing team has a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013 with a Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) environment. No new configurations have been added yet to this environment. Your organization is upgrading all computers from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1.

    The organization has decided to standardize on Internet Explorer (IE) 11 for all internal computers. As a result, the testing team needs to test everything on IE 11. Since this conversion will take a year to implement, the testing team needs to leave current configurations in place.

    You need to set up an IE 11 configuration to use in your current test cases.

    Which five actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.

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    Answer:

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    Explanation:

    Box 1:

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    Box 2:

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    Box 3:

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    Box 4:

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    Box 5:

    Add Windows 8 -IE 11 from the list. Note:

    To define configuration variables

    ->Open Microsoft Test Manager.

    Step 1:

    ->From the Testing Center, click Organize and then click Test Configuration Manager.

    The Test Configuration Manager pane is displayed.

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    Step 2:

    ->Click Manage Configuration Variables.

    The Manage Configuration Variables dialog box is displayed. All the configuration variables that are in your team project are listed.

    Etc.

    Question No: 50

    You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to run an automated test suite with 240 long- running tests.

    In your test environment, you have set up four client machines to run these tests. You have assigned the Client role to all four machines.

    You need to make sure that when you run the test suite, the tests are distributed equally over all four client machines.

    What should you do?

    1. Add an even amount of RAM to all four machines.

    2. In the Test Controller Manager view, change the distribution property for the test controller to 4.

    3. In the Content view, configure the test suite to use all four environments.

    4. In the Test Controller Manager view, change the Weighting property for all four test agents to 60.

    Answer: D Explanation: Test Agent

    The test agent runs as a service that listens for requests from the test controller to start a new test. When a request is received, the test agent service starts a process on which to run the tests. Each test agent runs the same load test.

    Test agents are assigned a weight by the administrator, and load is distributed according to a test agent’s weighting. For example, if test agent 1 has a weighting of 30, and test agent 2 has a weighting of 70, and the load is set to 1000 users, then test agent 1 simulates 300 virtual users whereas test agent 2 simulates 700 virtual users.

    Reference: Configuring Test Controllers and Test Agents for Load Testing

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