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Q31. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You plan to reduce the maintenance of test suites. 

You need to create test suites for which the test cases are automatically added. 

What are two possible types of test suites that achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.) 

A. Exploratory-based 

B. Static 

C. Query-based 

D. Requirements-based 

Answer: CD 


Q32. 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: D 


Q33. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

A test case is already in production. 

You need to modify the test case to indicate it is being reworked. 

What should you do? 

A. Change the test case state to Design. 

B. Change the test case to Blocked. 

C. Change the test case state to Closed. 

D. Change the test plan state to Inactive. 

Answer: A 


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Q34. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage test cases. 

You want to review all test cases with shared steps. 

You need to build a direct links query that will generate a list of all test cases in the team project that use a shared step. 

Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.) 

A. Set the linked work items filter to Work item type = Shared Steps. 

B. Set the main query to Team Project = @Project AND Work Item Type = Test Case. 

C. Return all top-level work items. 

D. Return only items that have the specified links. 

E. Return only items that do not have the specified links. 

Answer: ABD 


Q35. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manually test for an ASP.NET website. 

You have previously created a test plan named QA Release 1.0 that contains 115 test cases, and you are now planning the testing for Release 2.0. 

The QA Release 2.0 test plan must meet the following requirements: 

You need to facilitate simultaneous testing of the website by creating the QA Release 2.0 test plan according to the stated requirements. 

What should you do? 

A. Copy the root test suite from the QA Release 1.0 test plan into the QA Release 2.0 test plan. 

B. Clone the root test suite from the QA Release 1.0 test plan into the QA Release 2.0 test plan. 

C. Copy all the test cases from the QA Release 1.0 test plan into the QA Release 2.0 test plan by using the Create copy option in Test Case Manager. 

D. Export all the test cases from the QA Release 1.0 test plan into Excel, then import them into the QA Release 2.0 test plan. 

Answer: B 


Q36. DRAG DROP 

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage customer service bug reports. 

A customer has reported a problem and provided documentation of the steps to reproduce the problem. 

You need to use exploratory testing to create a bug and associate the bug to a new test case. 

What should you do? (To answer, move the five appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) 


Answer: 



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Q37. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). Your development team is using Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 to associate requirements with source code and to automate builds. 

Your team has been testing against an old build. You want to assign a more recent automated build to the test plan. 

You need to review the requirements that have been affected between the current build and the new build before assigning it to your test plan. 

What should you do? 

A. In the Properties View of the Plan activity, click Modify the Build In Use. Select the appropriate build in the Available builds. Review the Associated work items between selected builds list. 

B. Set up a check-in policy that will force an association of a work item to the changeset. 

C. In the Assign Build view of the Track tab, click Modify. In Filter for builds, select the appropriate build to preview the list of work items. 

D. In the Queries view of the Track activity, create a custom query that lists all requirements that have the Fixed in Build field set to the new build. Run the build and review the results. 

Answer: A 


Q38. 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 


Q39. You are a test developer using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

The test you are developing has a two validation steps that use a parameter named TotalPrice. The feature associated with TotalPrice has changed, making the parameter and the first validation step unnecessary. The second validation step requires a new parameter named Price. 

You need to delete the TotalPrice parameter, along with its data values, and add the Price parameter to the second validation step. 

What should you do? 

A. Delete the two validation steps and the TotalPrice parameter, and then delete the parameter values for TotalPrice. 

B. Delete the first validation step and insert the Price parameter into the second validation step. 

C. Delete the first validation step and rename TotalPrice to Price in the second validation step. 

D. Delete the first validation step and insert the Price parameter into the Action column of the second validation step. 

Answer: C 


Q40. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You plan to design a shared steps work item with the possibility that it will be used with multiple rows of test data. 

You need to create a test case that contains the shared steps in multiple iterations. You also need to provide different test data for each iteration. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a copy of the shared steps work item and provide different values for the parameters in the original shared steps work item and its copy. Use the different shared steps work items in the test cases to get different test data. 

B. Create an action recording of the shared steps work item and specify multiple parameter values while recording. 

C. Provide default parameter values in the shared steps work item and provide different data in the test case for multiple iterations. 

D. Provide multiple values for parameters in the shared steps. 

Answer: C 



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