Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012
Question No: 21
You are a test developer using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).
An application that you are testing has gone through a design change. The test case now has five test steps that contain obsolete parameters.
You need to completely remove these parameters, their data values, and their names, but keep the test steps intact.
What should you do?
Delete all of the data value iterations for the obsolete parameters by clicking Delete iteration in the Parameter Values pane.
Delete the obsolete parameters from the test case by clicking Rename parameter in the Parameter Values pane and replace the name with a blank replacement value.
Delete the test steps with the old parameters and insert a new test step in their place.
Delete the obsolete parameters from the test case by clicking Delete parameter in the Parameter Values pane and remove the parameter name from the test steps.
Explanation: To delete a parameter from your test case, click the parameter in one of the rows in Parameter Values and then click Delete parameter.
The Delete parameter dialog box is displayed. You can replace the parameter with a fixed value or just remove it from your steps.
Reference: How to: Add Parameters to a Manual Test Case To Run Multiple Times with
Question No: 22
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).
You plan to organize the Priority 1 test cases into a test suite. You need to create a test suite only for Priority 1 test cases. Which type of test suite should you create?
Explanation: You might want to search for all the test cases in your team project using Microsoft Test Manager, or you might want to search for only specific test cases. You can customize a query to search for only the test cases you want to see. For example, you can create a query to search for just the priority 1 test cases you own. You can save this query to use later.
Reference: How to: Search for Test Cases from Microsoft Test Manager
Question No: 23
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) for manual test runs.
You are creating an action recording but some of the recorded actions were not part of the intended steps.
You need to remove only the unwanted actions from the current action recording. What should you do?
Open the test results and save the action log. Edit the action log to remove the unwanted actions. Import the file as an attachment, overwriting the initial action log.
Reset the test case inside the test runner and create a new action log.
Delete the unwanted actions from the captured actions inside the test runner.
Open the test results and edit the action log to remove the unwanted actions.
Explanation: Open the editing panel at the bottom of test runner. You can delete actions there:
Question No: 24
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your testing efforts.
You plan to use the Recommended tests feature to assist in identifying tests to run against a Windows Presentation Foundation rich client application. When you select a new build, no recommended tests are displayed.
You need to configure the data collectors to enable the feature. Which data collector should you configure?
ASP.NET Client Proxy for IntelliTrace and Test Impact
Explanation: To find the recommended tests, you must first run your manual tests using Test Runner or run your automated tests. When you run these tests, you have to use test settings that collect the test impact data. This test impact data contains information about which methods are called when you run your tests.
Reference: Visual Studio 2013, Which tests should be run since a previous build
Question No: 25 DRAG DROP
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your testing efforts. You need to produce a list of manual test runs over the past week.
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.)
Box 1: Navigate to the Analzse Test Runs view.
Box 2: In the View list, click Manual runs.
Box 3: In the Start data range list, click Last 7 days.
Select the Analyze Test Runs link and select the Show Manual Runs button to view the historical test runs for the current test plan. You may need to change the Start date range to All in order to see some test runs.
Question No: 26
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development process template.
You plan to retest any test cases that have active bugs.
You need to review the requirements associated with the test cases prior to running the tests.
What should you do?
Create a query-based suite in MTM to select the matching test cases. Open each test case and validate the requirement on the Tested User Stories tab.
Use a work item query in Excel to list test cases and their associated requirements details.
Create a direct links query in MTM to select the matching test cases. Open each test case and validate the requirement on the Tested User Stories tab.
In the Test tab in MTM, filter the test cases that have associated bugs. Open each test case and validate the requirement on the Tested User Stories tab.
Explanation: Determine which tasks your team must complete to implement a feature. A team lead creates a direct links query to list all incomplete tasks for each feature.
Question No: 27
You are using Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 to manage test environments for your company.
You need to set up a two-computer environment for running tests. The environment needs to include:
->A client computer running Windows 7 and
->A server computer running Windows Server 2008 R2 SP 1, which acts as the web server and the database server.
The server computer has already been created using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM).
You need to create a lab environment for testing this configuration. What should you do?
Install a physical machine with the client configuration. Connect both the client and the existing SCVMM server computers with Visual Studio 2012 through the Server Explorer window.
Install and configure a virtual machine with the client configuration by using Hyper-V. Connect both the client and the existing SCVMM server computers with Visual Studio 2012 through the Team Explorer window.
Install a physical machine with the client configuration. Create a new SCVMM lab environment by combining both the client and the existing SCVMM server computers by
using Lab Center in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) 2012.
Install a physical machine with the client configuration. Create a new standard environment, combining the client and the server machines by using Lab Center in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) 2012.
Question No: 28
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).
You have a large list of existing test plans that are obsolete. These test plans should be kept for historical purposes. When testers click on the Home button to select a test plan, the list is too long to easily navigate.
You need to show only the test plans that are currently being used. What should you do?
In the Test Plan Manager view, right-click each obsolete test plan and select Hide.
In the Test Plan Manager view, for each obsolete test plan select Delete test plan.
In the test plan Properties, change the State to Inactive for each obsolete test plan.
In the Test Plan Manager view, right-click each obsolete test plan and select Close.
In the test plan Properties, change the State to Closed for each obsolete test plan.
Explanation: If you do not want to delete a test plan and its associated test suites and test results, you can change the state of the test plan to inactive.
Question No: 29
You use Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your test environments.
You plan to test an ASP.NET website on various topologies (such as one-tier, two-tier, three-tier, and n-tier) to ensure that the website supports scalability.
You need to be able to deploy copies of predefined environments based on templates.
What should you do?
Create a System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) environment for each topology and store them in the library. Use the library to deploy new environments.
Create new standard environments with physical machines.
Create new physical environments using physical machines.
Create new standard environments with machines that run under System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM).
Explanation: / A virtual environment is a collection of virtual machines that is managed by Lab Management. You can run manual and automated tests from Microsoft Test Manager using this virtual environment. You can schedule Microsoft Team Foundation Build workflows to build, deploy, and test builds of your application onto virtual environments.
Lab Management is integrated with Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) to enable you to efficiently create, store, and run these environments.
/ You manage Lab Management environments for a team project from the Lab and Library tabs of Test Manager.
The Lab tab provides access to the virtual environment and machines that are deployed on the host groups of a team project. A host group is a collection of one or more physical computers that are managed by Lab Management to host the environments. You interact with a host group as if it was a single computer.
The Library tab provides access to stored environments, virtual machines, and templates that you use to create virtual environments in the team project Lab.
Question No: 30
Your team uses Microsoft Test Manager to manage test cases. You are creating test plans for your team to use.
You need to update your test plan properties before your team creates test suites and test
Which two test plan properties should you set? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Reference: Creating and Defining a Test Plan
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