What are the Components in QC ?

Components in HP Quality Center (QC):
1. Requirements: To add the requirements related to Releases.
2. Test Plan: Test Cases are to be designed and stored under this tab.
3. Test Lab: This tab is used for Test Cases Execution
4. Defects: This tab is used for Log and track defects. It is used for bug tracking and reporting.
5. Releases: To specify the release details.
6. Business Component: Quality Center provides Business Component for Business Process Testing (BPT).
7. Dashboard : Dashboard is also newly added. When you generate a Progress Graph in the Dashboard module, the graph may display different information from that displayed in previous versions of Quality Center.
8. Resources and Dependencies: To specify the resources and dependencies details.




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Difference between Primary Key and Foreign Key ?

Primary Key:
1) Primary key uniquely identify a record in the table.
2) Primary Key can't accept null values.
3) By default, Primary key is clustered index and data in the database table is physically organized in the sequence of clustered index.
4) We can have only one Primary key in a table.

Foreign Key:
1) Foreign key is a field in the table that is primary key in another table.
2) Foreign key can accept multiple null value.
3) Foreign key do not automatically create an index, clustered or non-clustered. You can manually create an index on foreign key.
4) We can have more than one foreign key in a table.

Define Primary key and Foreign key:
## Create Parent Table

CREATE TABLE Department
 (
   DeptID int PRIMARY KEY, --define primary key
   Name varchar (50) NOT NULL,
   Address varchar(100) NULL
  )
   GO

## Create Child Table

CREATE TABLE Employee
 (
   EmpID int PRIMARY KEY, --define primary key
   Name varchar (50) NOT NULL,
   Salary int NULL,
   DeptID int FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES Department(DeptID)
--define foreign key
  ) 



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What if the Client finds a Defect after delivering the product? How will you react and justify?

Though its normal that bugs will occur even after release, if the bug has high severity the testing team will be targeted for that for not doing testing thoroughly.
 

In such cases, the testing team has to make sure whether the particular scenario of the bug has been covered or not in their test cases (may be some times Requirements were not complete / accurate and test cases did not include something that should have been tested) and also the environment in which the bug has been reported is considered or not while doing testing 
 

Because the bug after release, will have a legal value depending on the terms and conditions between the client and the company, the testing team has to make sure the bug is not due to improper test coverage during testing cycle. the company can always go for bug-fixing depending on the contract terms. 



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