Monday, 13 July 2020


1.    SCM stands for

a) Software Control Management

b) Software Configuration Management

c) Software Concept Management

d) None of the mentioned

2.    When code is made available to others, it goes in a/an

a) hard drive

b) access-controlled library

c) servers

d) access control

3.    Which of the following is not a main phase in Configuration Management (CM) Process?

a) CM Planning

b) Executing the CM process

c) CM audits

d) None of the mentioned

4.    CM is about managing the different items in the product, and changes in them.

a) True

b) False

5.    What allows different projects to use the same source files at the same time?

a) Version Control

b) Access control

c) CM Process

d) Version Control and Access control

6.    Which of the following is not a change management process?

a) Log the changes

b) Estimate impact on effort and schedule

c) Review impact with stakeholders

d) None of the mentioned

7.    Configuration management (CM) is needed to deliver product to the client

a) True

b) False

8.    What is one or more software configuration items that have been formally reviewed and agreed upon and serve as a basis for further development?

a) Baseline

b) Cumulative changes

c) CM

d) Change Control

9.    How are baselines verified?

a) By reviews

b) By inspections

c) By testing of code

d) All of the mentioned

10. Which of the following is a example of Configuration Items ?

a) SCM procedures

b) Source code

c) Software design descriptions

d) All of the mentioned

11. SCM controls only the products of the development process.

a) True

b) False

12. CCB stands for

a) Change Control Board

b) Change Control Baseline

c) Cumulative Changes in Baseline

d) None of the mentioned

13. What information is required to process a change to a baseline?

a) Reasons for making the changes

b) A description of the proposed changes

c) List of other items affected by the changes

d) All of the mentioned

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