QTP Multiple Choice Questions Set 14 - Checkpoints

154) The ........ checks a variety of objects such as buttons, radio buttons,
combo boxes, lists, and so forth.
A) Image checkpoint
B) standard checkpoint
C) Bitmap checkpoint
D) Accessibility checkpoint

155) You create an image checkpoint by inserting a ........ on an image object.
A) Image checkpoint
B) standard checkpoint
C) Bitmap checkpoint
D) Accessibility checkpoint

156) ......... are also supported for some list view objects, such as 
WinListView and VbListView, as well as other list view objects in
external add-in environments.
A) Table checkpoints
B) standard checkpoints
C) Accessibility checkpoints
D) XML checkpoints

157).......identifies areas of your Web site that may not conform to the 
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
A) Accessibility Checkpoint
B) standard checkpoints
C) Database checkpoints
D) Accessible Checkpoint

158)........ Specifies the time interval (in seconds) during which QuickTest
attempts to perform the checkpoint successfully.
A) Check timeout
B) Checkpoint interval timeout
C) Checkpoint timeout
D) Quicktest timeout

159) ........... Specifies when to perform the checkpoint in the test.
A) Insert statement.
B) Check statement.
C) timeout statement.
D) checkpoint statement.

160) You can view the results of the checkpoint in the ........
A) Test Results window
B) Checkpoint window
C) Information Pane
D) Checklist window

161) By default, the bottom right part of the Test Results window displays
information on the selected checkpoint only if it has the status Failed.
A) True
B) False

162) You can also use the ......... to check specific property values.
A) CheckProperty method
B) CheckItemProperty method
C) ItemProperty method
D) Property method

163) If you want to retrieve the return value of a checkpoint (a boolean
value that indicates whether the checkpoint passed or failed), you must
add ......... the checkpoint argument in the statement in the Expert View.
A) parentheses around
B) Properties with
C) Arguments with
D) Values alongwith

164) You can use a formula in a checkpoint to confirm that an object
created on-the-fly (dynamically generated) or another variable object
in your Web page or application contains the value it should for a given 
A) True
B) False

165) You cannot modify the settings of existing checkpoints.
A) True
B) False

154) b, 155) b, 156) a, 157) a, 158) c, 159) a, 160) a, 161) a, 162) a, 163) a, 164) a, 165) b

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