Free PEGACRSA80V1 Exam Braindumps

When developing a project with multiple applications to automate, how many developers do you assign to each application?

  1. 4
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3

Answer(s): A



When debugging an automation, you have three function keys to use for navigating the breakpoints. In the Answer Area, drag each navigation rule on the left to its correct function key.
Select and Place:

Exhibit A:



Exhibit B:

  1. Please refer to Exhibit B for the answer.

Answer(s): A


Reference:

http://help.openspan.com/52/Diagnostics/Break_Points.htm



Runtime produces an error when debugging a solution. The error message references that a control does not have the necessary value to complete an activity.

The control depends upon the completion of a second activity in another project to provide its value.
Which two debugging options provide a benefit when referencing threads for issue resolution? (Choose two.)

  1. Use the Automation Playback
  2. Insert Try and Catch components to an automation
  3. Add automation execution log entries
  4. Dissect a log file for propagating data

Answer(s): A,C



You receive an error in an automation on the fourth iteration when processing a ForLoop. From the ForLoop component, you put a breakpoint on the Yielded execution link.
How do you add a condition to the breakpoint so that the Debugger stops on the fourth loop instead of the first time in the ForLoop?

  1. From the Debug menu, select Breakpoints> Properties
  2. From the Breakpoints window, double-click the breakpoint and select Settings.
  3. From the Breakpoints window, right-click the breakpoint and select Settings.
  4. Right-click the breakpoint in the automation and select Properties.

Answer(s): C



You are creating an automation for a form on a web application. Your automation enters data when the web page matches. The web application form contains several web controls, which seem to have the same object level hierarchy in the Object Explorer. You notice that the automation fails to submit the data on the first click of the Submit button. However, the data submits usually after the second or third click.

When is the appropriate time to invoke the PerformClick method?

  1. Review the RuntimeLog for the order in which the controls are matched. In the automation, add the last matched control's wait method before the PerformClick method.
  2. Place a long a pause before the PerformClick method in the automation.
  3. Create a loop within your automation that invokes the PerformClick method until the data finally submits.
  4. Open the Windows date/time clock menu and count the number of seconds it takes before invoking the PerformClick method. Then set a pause before the PerformClick method for that calculated length of time.

Answer(s): A