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Question No.31

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12 months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

Which of the following would you expect to see in the master test plan?

  1. A description of how the test cases are cross-referenced to requirements in the test management tool.

  2. A detailed identification of the resources that will carry out structural testing in the first iteration.

  3. The test approach that will be applied at system integration testing.

  4. A list of the names of the testers who will carry out the performance testing for the final iteration.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.32

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay

tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12 months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

Which of the following would be the most significant input to estimating the time to carry out the specified testing tasks?

  1. The skills and experience of developers to correct the failures.

  2. The standards used for the requirements specification.

  3. The metrics recorded from testing the capture-replay tool.

  4. The number of testers in the company and their grade.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.33

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12 months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

Which of the following would be the TWO most appropriate examples of entry criteria documented in the system integration test plan?

  1. The percentage of decision coverage achieved during unit testing.

  2. The availability of the latest version of the capture-replay tool (for testing the interface with the newly developed test management tool).

  3. The sign-off of a performance test software release note (test item transmittal report) by both

    development and testing showing that system performance meets the specified acceptance criteria.

  4. The percentage of acceptance test procedures scheduled for execution.

  5. The percentage of requirements coverage achieved during system integration test.

Correct Answer: AB

Question No.34

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12 months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

Which of the following type of defect would NOT be typically found by using a static analysis tool?

  1. A variable is defined but is then not used

  2. A variable is used in a calculation before it is defined

  3. A variable has the wrong numeric value passed into it

  4. A variable is used but not declared

Correct Answer: C

Question No.35

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12

months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

You have been asked to improve the way test automation tools are being used in your company. Which one of the following is the BEST approach?

  1. Selecting and automating scripts that test new functionality to find the most defects

  2. Using a keyword-driven testing approach to separate the actions and data from the tool#39;s script

  3. Ensuring that all data, inputs and actions are stored in the tool#39;s script for ease of maintenance

  4. Keeping expected results separate from the automation tool to allow the testers to check the results

Correct Answer: A

Question No.36

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12 months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

Which of the following tools would have been the MOST effective at detecting this defect prior to live implementation?

  1. Dynamic analysis tool

  2. Monitoring tool

  3. Configuration management tool

  4. Coverage measurement tool

Correct Answer: A

Question No.37

A software development company that sells an established capture-replay tool has decided to complement it with a test management tool. The capture-replay tool was developed over a number of years and is used by a large number of clients.

The test management tool will be developed by the same team that developed the capture-replay tool, using the same technology. The company test strategy mandates that structural testing is focused at the component test level and dynamic non-functional testing is focused at the acceptance test level.

In response to growing customer demand, it is proposed to develop the test management tool in an incremental manner. Each increment will be developed using the V life cycle model. The target platform is a PC in a local area network. The PC uses a proprietary relational database and communicates with a single PC which acts as a server.

The test management tool must interface with the company s capture replay tool. Over the first 12 months of the development period the following functionality will be developed for the tool (in two increments): basic requirements management, support for test case creation; support for test procedures, test scripts and test suites. The functionality to be included in later increments will be driven by customer demand: however, they expect to provide an incident management system, a web front-end, and interfaces to other proprietary tools and database management systems.

Which of the following is a Black Box test design technique?

  1. Decision Coverage

  2. Error Guessing

  3. Statement Coverage

  4. Equivalence Partitioning

Correct Answer: D

Question No.38

The project situation after 11 months is:

The first increment was released one week late but contained sufficient functionality to be declared fit for purpose#39;. However, there were 20 outstanding incidents deferred to increment two.

The amount of voluntary overtime worked PV the test team has reduced the second Increment slippage to just 3 weeks.

There is talk of reducing the scope of requirements. The purpose of this is to first deliver the application with support for manual testing and then to provide a delivery * weeks later to resolve any remaining points and provide support for automated testing (i.e. the link to the capture-replay tool).

Concerns have been expressed by a section of the user community, that in some places the usability is very poor.

Which test management control option is most appropriate to adopt under these circumstances?

  1. Introduce mandatory evening and weekend working to retrieve the 3 week slippage.

  2. Reconsider the exit criteria and review the test plan in the context of the current situation.

  3. Advise the user community regarding the reduced scope of requirements and the additional incremental delivery.

  4. Arrange a meeting with the user community representatives to discuss the user interface.

Correct Answer: B

Question No.39

The project situation after 11 months is:

The first increment was released one week late but contained sufficient functionality to be declared fit for purpose#39;. However, there were 20 outstanding incidents deferred to increment two.

The amount of voluntary overtime worked PV the test team has reduced the second Increment slippage to just 3 weeks.

There is talk of reducing the scope of requirements. The purpose of this is to first deliver the application with support for manual testing and then to provide a delivery * weeks later to resolve any remaining points and provide support for automated testing (i.e. the link to the capture-replay tool).

Concerns have been expressed by a section of the user community, that in some places the usability is very poor.

Risks should be constantly reviewed. Given the current situation, which one of the following factors is most likely to lead to a revised view of product risk?

  1. The concerns over the user interface may lead to changes to the interface which cannot be implemented by development in time for the second test iteration.

  2. The concerns over the user interface raises the likelihood of a risk in that area and increases the amount of test effort needed for the user interface, thereby limiting the test effort available for other parts of the test management tool.

  3. The delivery of the application without the interface changes may upset the user community.

  4. The method used for test estimation is not accurate enough and hence the money spent on testing exceeded its budget.

Correct Answer: B

Question No.40

The project situation after 11 months is:

The first increment was released one week late but contained sufficient functionality to be declared fit for purpose#39;. However, there were 20 outstanding incidents deferred to increment two.

The amount of voluntary overtime worked PV the test team has reduced the second Increment slippage to just 3 weeks.

There is talk of reducing the scope of requirements. The purpose of this is to first deliver the application with support for manual testing and then to provide a delivery * weeks later to resolve any remaining points and provide support for automated testing (i.e. the link to the capture-replay tool).

Concerns have been expressed by a section of the user community, that in some places the usability is very poor.

Which of the following is least likely to be used as a technique to identify project and product risks?

  1. Brainstorming

  2. Inspections

  3. Expert interviews

  4. Independent assessments

Correct Answer: B

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