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Q 1 - What are the potential subsequent states of a "Fixed" defect? (Select two.)
Closed and Reopened are the subsequent states of the defects with Fixed status.
Q 2 - How does the ALM Synchronizer operate?
the ALM Synchronizer operates through synchronization links that are established between end points.
Q 3 - What happens if a team member tries to delete a representative requirement?
The deletion succeeds. The requirement coverage of the model entity is lost.
Q 4 - Which elements are considered part of the Defects module? (Select three.)
Defects grid,Grid filters and Defects toolbar are considered part of the Defects module.
Q 5 - How do you associate defects with tests? (Select three.)
Associate tests from the Test Plan module with defects.
Associate test sets from the Test Lab module with defects
Associate defects with tests run during a manual test run.
Associate test instances with defects during a manual test run
Associate tests with multiple defects.
Associate requirements with multiple defects.
Defects can be Associated from Test Plan module, during manual test run and can be associated multiple tests with defects
Q 6 - To find a specific test by Test ID in the Test Grid, choose ________ and enter the test ID
Test > Go to Test and enter the test ID to find a specific test by Test ID in the Test Grid.
Q 7 - A ______ indicates that the alert is new. A gray flag indicates that the alert has already been read.
Red flag indicates that the alert is new.
Q 8 - By default, the uppermost level in a test sets tree is the ________
By default, the uppermost level in a test sets tree is the Root folder
Q 9 - You can also use the _________ in the Test Instance Properties dialog box (Changing the Default Failure Rules for Specific Tests) to set the on failure rules for a test in a test set.
We can use the Run Events view in the Test Instance Properties dialog box
Q 10 - When we Run a test, in the Manual Test Run window, by default which option is selected
When we Run a test, in the Manual Test Run window, by default Manual Runner - Run according to the order in the Execution GriD.