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IBM C2140-646 Dumps

IBM
Rational Manual Tester
IBM
Rational Manual Tester

Questions & Answers for IBM C2140-646

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Question #1

What is TPTP?

A. Test Platform for Tool Performance

B. Tool Platform for Test Performance

C. Tool and Performance Test Platform

D. Test and Performance Tools Platform

Question #2

Which statement produces the correct result when data is exported from an execution log?

A. The resulting file contains the verification results for each item in the log.

B. An exported test execution log includes the standard result, not the custom result.

C. The resulting file contains the standard result instead of the custom result for each item.

D. The resulting file does not contain the custom result (the contents of the result property) instead of the standard result for each item.

Question #3

What is the easiest way to count the number of passes and failures in a simple test run?

A. Right-click on the test log; select Show Totals from the right-click menu

B. Open the test log; select the Overview tab; look in the Summary section

C. Open the test log; select the Events tab; expand all test and group nodes; count the results ("pass", "fail", etc.) in the Events section

D. Open the test log; select the Events tab; expand all test and group nodes; count the red, green, yellow, and orange colored results in the Events section

Question #4

Which of the following methods is NOT used to designate that a set of statements in a
script are to be reused in other scripts?

A. Highlight the statements in the Reuse view and type Control+D

B. In the Outline view, select one or more statements to be reused in other manual test scripts; drag the statements or group of statements into the Reuse view

C. highlight the statements in the Script Editor and drag them to the Reuse view Distractor: place the cursor into the statement or group in the Script Editor and select Edit>Add to Reuse

Question #5

In the manual test, what indicates a reference to shared steps?

A. Bold text

B. Italicized text

C. A light grey box

D. There is no visual indication.

Question #6

How can a tester organize the Reuse view?

A. Sort the reused statements alphabetically or sort the reused statement by statement attribute

B. Display the Reuse view by test script as the reused statements in each test script are displayed under the test script

C. Drag statements or groups of statements into any order; create folders in the Reuse view and drag statements into them

D. Add attributes to reused statements; add a filter to the Reuse view by Attribute such that the view displays only statements that match the filter

Question #7

After you add statements to the Reuse view, how can you reuse the statements in other
scripts?

A. Right-click in the Script Editor; select Add Reusable Statement; select the statement to reuse; select OK

B. Open the script where you want to add the reusable statements; in the Reuse view, select the statements you want to reuse; type Control+R

C. Open the script where you want to add the reusable statements; in the Reuse view, select the statements you want to reuse; drag the statements into the Outline view

D. Open the script where you want to add the reusable statements; in the Reuse view, select the statements you want to reuse; drag the statements into the Script Editor

Question #8

A customer uses custom properties to log certain test information and wants to review this
data for completed test runs. How can the customer view the data?

A. Open the test log; select the Overview tab; look in the Properties section

B. Right-click on the test log; select Show Properties from the right-click menu

C. Open the test log; select the Events tab; select the statement where information was entered; look in the Properties section

D. Export the test log to a comma separated value file; open the file; use Microsoft Excel to view the properties

Question #9

During execution of a script with two Verification Points, the tester did not choose a result
for the second Verification Point from the Result dropdown list. What is the result for the
Verification Point (as shown in the .execution file)?

A. Fail

B. Inconclusive

C. The same as the first Verification Point

D. The Execution Result set as "default" in Window > Preferences

Question #10

When executing a test, what does a small brown box indicate?

A. Manual Tester execution stopped.

B. The executing line is a Verification Point.

C. Paste Data or Compare Data is available to the tester.

D. A screenshot can be associated with this Verification Point.

Question #11

Which Manual Tester capability increases the efficiency and accuracy of test execution?

A. Insert Data

B. Compare Data

C. Reporting Points

D. Verification Points

Question #12

How can a customer publish acceptance test results in HTML format to share with the rest
of their organization?

A. Use IBM Rational SoDA to create an HTML report with the required test results information

B. Select Print from the File menu; select "Save As HTML?; browse to a common shared folder to publish the results to

C. Export to commas separate value (csv) format; use Lotus 1-2-3, Microsoft Excel or other application to save in HTML format

D. Select Publish from the File menu; select the test results to publish; browse to a common shared folder to publish the results to

Question #13

Which type of statement can be used in a manual test?

A. Groups

B. Actions

C. Images

D. Expected Results

Question #14

In addition to steps,which statement types are found in RMT?

A. Compare Data, Paste Data, Properties

B. Verification Points, Paste Data, Groups

C. Verification Points, Reporting Points, Groups

D. Verification Points, Paste Data, Reporting Point

Question #15

What is the quickest way for a tester to organize test steps into groups?

A. Enter the group name in the Type Property field

B. Drag a group from the Reuse tab to the Test Editor

C. Open the Test Editor, select a group of steps and select Editgroup

D. In the Outline view, select a group of steps and drag them to a group statement

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