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Drag and Drop Question
Your team uses Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your test cases. You need to execute a test case multiple times. Each time, the test case will have a different data value. Which three 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.)
Your team uses the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 2013 process template in Microsoft Test Manager. Your team wants to link all test cases to the related product backlog item or bug that they test. You have a test case ID 121 and a product backlog item with ID 79. What should you do?
A. Open the test case, and add a Parent link to product backlog item #79.
B. Open the product backlog item, and add a Related link to test case #121.
C. Open the product backlog item, and add a Child link to test case #121.
D. Open the test case, and add a Tests link to product backlog item #79.
Reference: Product Backlog Item (Scrum)
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B. The test cases are outdated and are testing the wrong code.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.
Your company uses Lab Center during manual-and automated-testing processes for different types of testing environments. Development operations is standardizing their processes. They want to document their best practices for environment setup. You need to verify your setup of a standard environment, which consists of physical servers that match your production environment. However, you are unable to connect to your new lab environment. Which action in Lab Center should you perform in order to troubleshoot the problem?
Q: The status of my lab environment is Not Ready. What should I do?
A: On the context menu of the environment, choose Repair. The repair will take a few minutes. This status means that the test agent is not installed and correctly configured on one of the machines in the environment. The repair operation logs into the machines and installs and configures the agent.
Not C: It is stated that the problem is that we are unable to connect. Choosing to connect again would not help.
Reference: Standard lab environments
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You have developed a new test case. You need to:
– Set the test case priority.
– Set the area where the test will be used.
– Update the work item state to Ready.
What should you do?
A. Open the Test Configuration Manager view and change the area path, priority, and state.
B. Open the Test Plan Manager view and change the area path, priority, and state.
C. Open the test case work item and change the area path, priority, and state.
D. Open the test plan Properties view and change the area path, priority, and state.
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?
A. Open each PBI and visually inspect the work item links.
B. Create a requirements-based test suite.
C. Click Requirements coverage in the Results view.
D. Create a Direct Links query.
Direct links query: Returns work items and any work items that are linked to these items.
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You need to develop test cases that trace to a set of requirements. What should you do?
A. Add the requirements as test step attachments.
B. Add links from the test cases to the requirements.
C. Add links from the test suite to the requirements.
D. Add the requirements as test case attachments.
Linking tests to use cases: if you are using Test Manager to design and run your tests, you can organize your tests under requirement, use case, or user story work items. You can link these work items to use cases in your model. This enables you to quickly trace requirements changes to the tests, and helps you track the progress of each use case. To link tests to a use case:
In a use case diagram, right-click a use case and then click Link to Work Item.
Reference: Developing Tests from a Model
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You have a shared steps work item that you want to hide in the Shared Steps Manager. You need to ensure that only active shared steps work items are displayed. What should you do?
A. Change the state of the shared steps work item to Closed, then customize the filter of the Shared Steps Manager view to display shared steps that have the status Active.
B. Delete the shared steps work item from all test cases where it is used, then delete the shared steps work item from the Shared Steps Manager.
C. For the shared steps work item, change the Show in Shared Step Manager setting to Do Not Show.
D. Change the state of the shared steps work item to Removed.
To change the state of shared steps to closed:
– From the Testing Center, choose Organize and then choose Shared Steps Manager.
The Contents pane is displayed.
– To open the shared steps to change the state, double-click the shared steps that are listed in the Shared Steps manager pane.
– Choose State and then choose Closed.
– To hide the closed shared steps, you can add the state column and filter by state.
– Right-click in the columns header of the shared steps manager.
A drop-down list of fields is displayed.
– To select the state field, choose State from the list of fields. Choose outside the drop-down list to close it and to add the field to the columns.
– To add a filter to the column to hide the closed shared steps, choose the dropdown arrow in the column header. Select Active to show only the active shared steps.
Reference: How to: Change the State of Shared Steps to Closed
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