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Exam Number/Code: 70-497 vce
Exam name: Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012
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Question No. 1

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. 

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Question No. 2

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. 

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Question No. 3

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: 

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. 

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Question No. 4

You plan to conduct a manual test for an ASP.NET website by using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You create a test plan named Calculate_Margin by using Testing Center in MTM. 

You need to link all the test cases that belong to the Calculate_Margin test plan with new requirements that are stored as work items in Team Foundation Server 2012. 

What should you do? 

A. In the Links section of the test plan, click Add link to associate the requirements document. 

B. Associate the requirements document with the test plan by name, then add a link by using the area path relevant to the requirements being tested. 

C. Create the test cases within the test plan by using a Test Suite, then associate the new requirements by adding them as attachments to the test cases. 

D. Click Add requirements from the Contents menu of the test plan and associate the new requirements. 

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Question No. 5

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You plan to redesign a group of test cases that have similar steps but test for different conditions. 

You need to make the test cases easy to maintain. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a shared steps work item from the Shared Steps Manager view for every test case in the group and replace the test steps in the appropriate test case. 

B. Convert the manual test cases to automated tests. 

C. Open a test case, create a shared steps work item from the recurring test steps, and reuse this shared steps work item for the other test cases in the group. 

D. Find recurring test steps in the test cases and use them to create new test cases. 

Replace the recurring test steps with a reference to the new test cases. 

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Question No. 6

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. 

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Question No. 7

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 


Question No. 8

DRAG DROP 

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your testing efforts. You need to produce a list of manual test runs over the past week. 

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


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Question No. 9

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

You plan to retest any test cases that have active bugs. 

You need to review the requirements associated with the test cases prior to running the tests. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a query-based suite in MTM to select the matching test cases. Open each test case and validate the requirement on the Tested User Stories tab. 

B. Use a work item query in Excel to list test cases and their associated requirements details. 

C. Create a direct links query in MTM to select the matching test cases. Open each test case and validate the requirement on the Tested User Stories tab. 

D. In the Test tab in MTM, filter the test cases that have associated bugs. Open each test case and validate the requirement on the Tested User Stories tab. 

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Question No. 10

You run a manual test on an application by using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You have the following testing requirements: 

You need to identify the components required to configure the test environment to comply with these requirements. 

Which two components should you choose? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.) 

A. Configuration variables 

B. Data collectors 

C. Local and remote roles 

D. Build controller 

Answer: BC 


Question No. 11

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to perform exploratory testing. 

You need to insert an image into the comment area for the test run. 

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

A. Use the Add screenshot tool in the exploratory test runner and drag the selection box over the area of the screen you want to capture. 

B. Capture the image you want to insert by using your favorite screen capture utility and paste the image into the comment area of the exploratory testing window. 

C. Capture the image you want to insert by using your favorite screen capture utility and save the file to disk. Add the image as an attachment to the test run. 

D. Capture the image you want to insert by using your favorite screen capture utility. Drag and drop the file onto the comment area from the Windows Explorer. 

Answer: AC 


Question No. 12

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. 

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Question No. 13

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to create a test plan for testing an ASP.NET website. 

Your test plan needs to validate a set of critical business functionalities for the current sprint. All business functionalities are documented in the requirements document published to the project portal. 

You need to associate your test plan with the requirements document. 

What should you do? 

A. Add a link to the requirements document in the Links section of the Properties view of the test plan. 

B. Click Copy Link in the Properties view of the test plan to link the requirements document on the project portal to the test plan. 

C. In the Area path drop-down list in the Properties view of the test plan, right-click the test plan area path node relevant to the requirements being tested. Select Add link to associate the requirements document link on the project portal with the area path node. 

D. Click Link next to the Description box in the Properties view of the test plan to link the requirements document on the project portal to the test plan. 

E. Click Link next to the Name box in the Properties view of the test plan to link the requirements document on the project portal to the test plan. 

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Question No. 14

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to run manual tests. 

Testers reported a bug during a test run on the V1.0 build. A build for V2.0 has been created. 

Testers are still running tests against the V1.0 build. 

You need to verify that the bug has been fixed in build V2.0. 

What should you do? 

A. Change the default build for the test plan to V2.0 and run the test case. 

B. Run the test case with default settings; the latest build will be selected automatically. 

C. Change the build to V2.0 by using Run with options and run the test case. 

D. Change the build property for the test case to the V2.0 build and run the test case. 

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Question No. 15

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

You are developing a test case that must be run multiple times with different input values for a specific field each time. You have a list of values that will be used for the input. 

You need to modify the test to enter each value into the field. 

What should you do? 

A. Insert a parameter into the Action column of the test step and enter the input values into the Parameter Values pane. 

B. Insert a parameter into the Expected Results column of the test step and enter the input values into Parameter values pane. 

C. Insert a parameter into the Action column of the test step. 

D. Create test steps for each input value in the Action column. 

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