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CSTE Questions and Answers Knowledge Domain 10 SetII

CSTE Questions and Answers Knowledge Domain 10 SetII



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This document is useful for them who are appearing in CSTE Certification Exam.


Kapil Samadhiya
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Skill Category: 10 - Acceptance Testing
1. What is acceptance testing?Acceptance Testing is formal testing conducted to determine whether a software system satisfiedits acceptance criteria and to enable thebuyer to determine whether to accept the system. Software acceptancetesting is usually the final opportunity of the customer to examine the software and to object thedeveloper for insufficient or incorrect software.2. Software acceptance is a(n) ______________ process of approving or rejecting softwaresystems during development or maintenance, according to how well the software satisfiespredefined criteria.Answer)
3. Acceptance test is _______________ step in the "V" concept testing process model.Answer)
4. Formal final software acceptance testing must occur at the end of the ____________ process.Answer)
5. What are the features/items that software acceptance, in a life cycle process, has to care for?Answer)
As a life cycle process, software acceptance enables:
Early detection of software problems (and time for the buyer to plan for possiblelate delivery)
Preparation of appropriate test facilities
Early consideration of the user’s needs during software development
In Software Acceptance Testing Contract and Acceptance Criteria aremost important things those are required to be taken care of.6. If you happen to be the customer/user of the software, what are (your) the responsibilities for software acceptance?1) Creation (or Update/review) of Acceptance Test Plan2) Resource and Schedule for Acceptance Testing 3) Special Data collection for Acceptance Testing4) Training Logistics for Acceptance Testing5) Following Standard Practices while carrying out any tasks.Page 1 of 4
7. ________________ testing is designed to determine whether the software is "fit" for the user touse.Answer)
8. The concept of "fit" in acceptance testing is important in _____________ and _____________.Answer)
9. Mention the four components of 
in acceptance testing.Answer 
) The four components of fit in acceptance testing are:1.Data2.People3.Structure4.Rules
10. What are the concerns that a software user faces in making the acceptance decision?Answer)
The concerns that a software user faces in making the acceptance decision are:a)Acceptance testing must be integrated into the overall development processb)Cost and time for acceptance testing will not be availablec)The implementers of the project plan being unaware of the acceptance criteriad)The users do not possess required skill sets to perform acceptance testing
11. The acceptance-testing workbench begins with software __________________ for thesystem specifications.Answer)
that has been system tested
12. What is a '
Use Case
Use Case
is a description of how a user (or another system) uses the system beingdesigned to perform a given task.
Use case is a set of sequence of steps describing an interaction between user and system.13. What is a
System Boundary Diagram
? Give an example.Answer) A
System Boundary Diagram
depicts the interfaces between the software being testedand the individuals, systems, and other interfaces. The purpose of the system boundary diagramis to establish the scope of the system and to identify the interfaces that need to be developed.Example: System Boundary Diagram for an automated teller machine (ATM).Page 2 of 4
BankCustomerATM ControlSystemSecurity AlarmSystem
14. 'Test Cases' cannot be developed with system users and designers as the 'Use Cases' arebeing developed. (True/False)Answer)
15. What are the
acceptance requirements
that a system must meet in acceptance testing?Answer)
Acceptance requirements that a system must meet can be divided in 4 categories:
Functionality requirements
, which relate to the business rules that the systemmust execute.
Performance requirements
, which relate to operational requirements such as timeor resource constraints.
Interface quality requirements
, which relate to a connection to anothercomponent of processing.
Overall software quality requirements
are those that specify limits for factors orattributes such as reliability, testability, correctness, and usability.
16. Name the inputs for the acceptance-testing workbench.Answer)
The three inputs for the acceptance-testing workbench are:1.Interim Work Products2.Tested Software3.Unresolved defect list
17. There should be _____________ relationship between use case definitions and test cases.Answer)
18. ________________ is the input to the test case work paper.Answer)
Use case description
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Best Bank ATM
ATM ServiceTechnicianATM SystemAdministrator

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