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What are the Implementations of Trace Listeners ?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: .NET Framework     Points: 10

Trace listeners has three implementations :

1 . DefaultTraceListener
2 . TextWriterTraceListener
3 . EventLogTraceListener

What is Trace Listeners?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: .NET Framework     Points: 10

Listeners are the classes that are responsible for forwarding, recording or displaying the message generated by the Trace and Debug Class.

Fill in the Blank .
Debug class depends on the _______________ symbol and the Trace class depends on the _________________ Symbol.

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: .NET Framework     Points: 10

Debug class depends on the DEBUG symbol and the Trace class depends on the TRACE Symbol.

What is Tracing ?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: .NET Framework     Points: 10

The Process of collecting information about Program's execution is called tracing.
Tracing is done in Visual Basic .NET by generating message about the program's execution with the use of Debug and Trace .

What is Regression Testing ?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: VB.Net     Points: 10

Regression Testing should be performed any time a program is modified.
Goals of Regression Testing :
- Verify that all known bugs are corrected
- Verify that no old bugs have been reintroduced
- Verify that the Program has no new bugs.

What is integration testing ?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: VB.Net     Points: 10

Integration testing verifies that the major subsystems of an application work well with each other.

Integration testing can be performed in any of the following ways :

1. Bottom-up approch
2. Top-down approch
3. Umbrella approch

What is Unit Testing ?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: VB.Net     Points: 10

Units are the Smallest building blocks of an Application. In Visual Basic .Net these building blocks are often components or class definations.
Unit testing involves performing basic tests at the component level.
It typically requires writting special programs that use the component or class being tested.

What are the three level of testing ?

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: VB.Net     Points: 10

1. Uint testing
2. Integration testing
3. Regression Testing

What is Opacity in Dot Net

Author: Prasanti Prusty          Posted Date: February 28, 2010    Category: Windows Application     Points: 10

This property enables you to specify a level of transparency for the form and its controls. This property differs from transparency provided by the TransparencyKey which only makes a form and its controls completely transparent if they are the same color as the value specified in the TransparencyKey property. When this property is set to a value less than 100% (1.00), the entire form, including borders, is made more transparent. Setting this property to a value of 0% (0.00) makes the form completely invisible. You can use this property to provide different levels of transparency or to provide effects such as phasing a form in or out of view. For example, you can phase a form into view by setting the Opacity property to a value of 0% (0.00) and gradually increasing the value until it reaches 100% (1.00).
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