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QUESTION 51

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You have created some shared steps for a recurring test sequence.

 

You plan to use these shared steps with fast-forward playback in multiple test cases.

 

You need to create an action recording for the shared steps.

 

What are two possible ways to accomplish this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

 

A.

Include the shared steps work item in the test case. Start running the test case with action recordings enabled. When the shared steps are reached, select Start and record.

B.

Include the shared steps work item in the test case. Right-click the shared steps and click Create action recording.

C.

Open the shared steps work item in Shared Steps Manager and select the tab for Create action recording.

D.

From the Shared Steps Manager, select the shared steps work item and click Create action recording.

 

Answer: AD

Explanation:

* You can create an action recording for shared steps in two ways:

In Test Runner while you are running a test that includes shared steps. In Microsoft Test Manager while you organize and manage your shared steps.

 

A (not B) : Record an Action Recording on a Shared Step Set in Test Runner First you must load a test that contains shared steps for which you want to create an action recording into Test Runner.

Upon loading a test from Microsoft Test Manager into Test Runner, you are prompted to Start Test with the option Create action recording. SelectCreate action recording and choose Start Test.

Perform the steps of the test case and mark each step with a result.

When you reach the shared steps, choose the down-arrow next to the shared steps icon and select Start and record.

Etc

 

D (not C): Creating an Action Recording for Shared Steps in Microsoft Test Manager You can create an action recording for a shared step in Microsoft Test Manager that will automatically run when the shared step is included in test cases.

 

To create an action recording for shared steps in Microsoft Test Manager Open Microsoft Test Manager.

On the center group switcher, choose the down-arrow and then choose Testing Center.

On the center group menu bar, choose Organize.

On the menu, choose Shared Steps Manager.

In the list of shared step, choose the row for the shared step for which you want to create an action recording.

Choose Create action recording.

 

Reference: How to: Create an Action Recording for Shared Steps

 

 

QUESTION 52

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development process template.

 

You plan to validate that all the user stories for the current iteration will be covered by your testing efforts.

 

You need to create test suites that will allow you to validate user story test coverage.

 

Which type of test suites should you create?

 

A.

Query-based

B.

Feature-based

C.

Requirements-based

D.

Static

 

Answer: C

Explanation:

A good way to start a test plan is to add user stories, product backlog items, or other requirements to it. A requirement appears in the test plan as a special type of test suite – that is, a container for test cases. When you add or create test cases in a requirements suite, they become linked to the requirement so that you can easily track which requirements have been successfully tested as their implementation progresses.

Reference: Creating Tests for Product Backlog Items, User Stories, or Requirements

QUESTION 53

You are managing test cases by using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

 

You plan to test a part of your product on a specific configuration you create.

 

You need to ensure that new test cases in a specific test suite default to use this configuration without impacting other test suites.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Create a new test plan for testing with the specific configuration.

B.

Select all test cases in the test suite and select the specific configuration.

C.

Select the specific configuration as the default configuration for the test plan.

D.

Select the specific configuration as the default configuration for the test suite.

 

Answer: D

Explanation:

At any time when you are planning what to test, you can add test configurations and set them as the default configurations for your test plan. When you next add test cases to the test plan, a pairing of each default configuration with the test case is added to the test plan. When you run the tests from the test plan, these pairings called test points are shown and each can be run individually. Test results are saved for each test point.

You can also override the default test configurations for the plan and set different default configurations for a specific test suite. When test cases are added to these test suites, a pairing of each default configuration for the test suite with the test case is added to the test plan as shown in the following illustration.

 

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Reference: How to: Select Different Test C
onfigurations For a Test Plan or a Test Suite

 

 

 

QUESTION 54

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:

 

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clip_image004[1]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?

 

A.

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.

B.

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.

C.

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.

D.

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.

 

Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 55

You are a test developer using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

 

You have copied a test case that has five parameters.

 

You need to change the parameter names in the new test case and keep the parameter values intact.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

For each parameter, click Rename parameter in the Parameter Values pane.

B.

Replace the existing parameters with new, renamed parameters.

C.

Edit each test step and rename the parameters.

D.

Copy and paste the data values from the old parameters into new parameters.

 

Answer: A

Explanation:

To rename a parameter, choose the parameter in one of the rows in Parameter Values and then choose Rename parameter.

The Rename parameter dialog box is displayed. You can then change the name of your
parameter throughout your shared steps.

Reference: How to: Add Parameters to Shared Steps

QUESTION 56

Your team is using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

 

You have a manual test case for a web page on which the user is required to enter information into several text fields. The test takes a long time to run. According to previous test results data, there are problems with testers entering data in the wrong fields.

 

You need to use MTM to eliminate the repeatability issues with the least amount of effort.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Break the test up into several shorter test cases to isolate the steps that have repeatability problems.

B.

Create an action recording and fast forward to repeat the test steps that have repeatability problems.

C.

Convert the test case to an automated test.

D.

Change the order of the test steps so the least repeatable steps are run first.

 

Answer: B

Explanation:

After you create an action recording, you can play it back while you run a test that contains the recording. This helps in circumstances where you might have to run the test multiple times because the action recording automatically plays back the steps. Alternatively, you can fast forward through the test steps until you reach the correct test step to verify a bug.

Reference: How to: Play Back an Action Recording

 

 

QUESTION 57

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are supporting a set of different configurations for your product.

 

You plan to prepare the test plan by assigning the tester for each test case.

 

You need to configure the test plan to support this requirement.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Assign the tester to each combination of test case and configuration.

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B.

In the Assigned to field for each test case and configuration, select Tester.

C.

Assign the tester as the configuration owner for each configuration.

D.

Assign the tester to each combination of test suite and configuration.

 

Answer: A

Explanation:

When you add test cases to a test plan using Microsoft Test Manager, the tester who is assigned to the test case is automatically assigned to run the pairings of test cases and configurations. This is the default setting. If you want a tester who is not assigned to the test case to run a particular pairing, you can select the test case and change the assigned tester as shown in the following illustration.

 

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Reference: How to: Assign Who Will Run the Tests in a Test Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUESTION 58

DRAG DROP

You are the lead product tester for your company. You use Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate to desig
n and test your flagship product.

 

You restructure some of the testing to use shared steps.

 

You need to create an action recording for a shared step.

 

Which four 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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QUESTION 59

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

 

You have test cases that use a shared steps work item. You plan to replace the shared steps work item with a new implementation.

 

You need to find the test cases that are using that shared steps work item.

 

What are two possible features you could use to achieve this goal? (Choose two. Each answer choice provides a complete solution.)

 

A.

A Direct Links query

B.

Shared Steps Manager

C.

The TCM.exe utility

D.

The WitAdmin.exe utility

 

Answer: AB

Explanation:

A: Link Type: Predecessor-Successor (Dependency topology)

* Track tasks that must be completed before others can be started. When you plan work using Project, linked tasks are represented as predecessor-successor links in TFS.

* Support one-to-many relationships.

* Find and view predecessor work items and their successor work items in a two-tiered, direct links query view.

 

B: Q: Can I find all my shared steps, and all the test cases where they are used?

A: Yes. Open Microsoft Test Manager and look under Organize, Shared Steps Manager.

 

Incorrect:

not C: the TCM.exe command-line application. This command-line isn’t intended to be an alternative for everything you can do in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) but rather to fill some gaps and enable some of the less common scenarios that still may be important for some testers.

 

Not D: You can change how you track your team’s progress by creating and customizing objects that track work items. By using the witadmin command-line tool, you can create, delete, import, and export objects such as categories, global lists, global workflow, types of links, and types of work items. You can also permanently delete types of work item types, and you can delete, list, or change the attributes of fields in work item.

 

 

QUESTION 60

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’ bands for active bugs
is increasing over time.

 

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

 

Which issue should you investigate?

 

A.

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

B.

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

C.

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

D.

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’s ability to resolve and fix Bugs?

Reference: Bugs dashboard

 

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