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You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development process template. You want to organize your test cases by relating them to the user stories for the application under test. You need to use a test suite that creates the Tests link type as you add test cases. Which type of test suite should you create?
In your project, requirements might also be called user stories, depending on your methodology.
Reference: How to: Add Requirements or User Stories to Your Test Plan
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). Your company has configured multiple test configurations. You need to set all active test configurations as the default for all new test plans. What should you do?
A. Select the Active state option for each test configuration.
B. Select the Default option for each test configuration.
C. Select multiple test configurations from the test plan.
D. Select the Assign to new test plans option for each test configuration.
If you want to assign a configuration to be used as a default configuration for new test plans that you create, then select Assign to new test plans.
Reference: How to: Create Test Configurations
You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Process Improvement process template. Your Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server is configured to support reporting. You are tracking testing progress for the requirements in the iteration. You need to identify the report that provides the following:
– Verify that all requirements are covered by test cases.
– Determine the number of hours of work remaining for each requirement.
– Determine the percentage of completion for each requirement.
– Determine the number of bugs for each requirement.
Which report should you use?
A. Requirements Overview
B. Test Case Readiness
C. Remaining Work
D. Test Plan Progress
The Requirements Overview report lists all requirements, filtered by area and iteration and in order of importance. You can use this report to answer the following questions:
– How much work does each Requirement require?
– How much work has the team completed for each Requirement?
– Are the tests for each Requirement passing?
– How many active bugs does each Requirement have?
Reference: Requirements Overview Report (CMMI)
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.
– 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?
A. Create new test settings for Manual Tests by using the client and server roles.
Select the System information and Action log diagnostic data adapters.
B. Create new test settings for Automated Tests on the local machine.
Select the IntelliTrace and Action Log diagnostic data adapters.
C. 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.
D. Create new test settings for Manual Tests on the local computer.
Select the System information and Code coverage diagnostic data adapters.
– 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:
– (incorrect) Code coverage: To determine what proportion of your project’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 ‘cover’ 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
Your client has a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013 installation with Lab Management. The client uses the Microsoft stack to test tools. The testing team uses manual and automated testing. You are testing the following two scenarios of Acceptance Criteria for the story:
– Scenario 1
“Given a non-rewards member goes to the reservations site, when entering Tampa, FL, as the city and an arrival date of 12/25/2014 and a departure date of 1/1/2015, then the website should show a hotel room with the price of $225 per night and another hotel room with a price of $199 per night.”
– Scenario 2
“Given a non-rewards member goes to the reservations site, when entering Denver, CO, as the city and an arrival date of 1/25/2015 and a departure date of 1/27/2015, then the website should show a hotel room with the price of $145 per night and another hotel room with a price of $186 per night.”
You need to create a flexible manual test case that can accommodate the two scenarios. The test should include three parameters, one for the city, one for the trip dates, and one for the results. What should you do?
A. Option A
B. Option B
C. Option C
D. Option D
Your team uses Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage test cases. Your team organizes test cases so that the same test case can be associated with multiple test suites. You plan to create a test case and associate it to two different static test suites named Test Suite 1 and Test Suite 2. You need to ensure that the test suites reference the same version of the new test case. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Drag the test case from Test Suite 1 into Test Suite 2.
B. Create the test case inside Test Suite 1.
C. Copy the test case from Test Suite 1, and paste it onto Test Suite 2.
D. Right-click on the test case, and select Create a copy and add to test suite.
You are the QA lead for a development team. You use the Agile process template. Your testers use Microsoft Test Manager to author and run manual test cases. The testers use requirement-based test suites to organize the test cases and link them to user stories. You need to obtain testing status information, such as the number of tests that are passed, failed, or active. You need this information broken down by user story. Which SQL Server Reporting Services report should you view?
A. Stories Overview
B. Stories Progress
C. Test Case Readiness
D. Test Plan Progress
The Stories Overview report lists all user stories, filtered by area and iteration and in order of importance. You can use this report to answer the following questions:
– How much work does each story require?
– How much work has the team completed for each story?
– Are the tests for each story passing?
– How many active bugs does each story have?
Reference: Stories Overview Report (Agile)
Drag and Drop Question
You are the lead product tester for your company. You use Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate to design 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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