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Q1. Which two options would provide a better design for the following accounts and metrics?
A. If there are a small number of accounts that require FTE and Expense dollars, split Accounts and Metrics into 2 dimensions
B. If there are a large number of accounts that require FTE and Expense dollars, split Accounts and Metrics into 2 dimensions
C. If reporting dictates FTE and dollars in the columns and accounts in the rows, split Accounts and Metrics into 2 dimensions
D. If block size is large, then keep Accounts and Metrics as one dimension with a dense dimension
Q2. Given the following information, what is the block size?
A. 400 KB
B. 400 Bytes
C. 1056 KB
D. 50 Bytes
E. 1056 Bytes
F. 50 KB
G. 70 KB
Q3. With an average block density greater than 90%.
A. You should reconsider the dense and sparse settings
B. You should consider no compression
C. You should set Commit blocks to
D. You should reconsider the outline order of dimensions
Q4. Identify the five true statements.
A. CALC DIM is faster than AGG on Sparse dimensions
B. AGG is faster than CALC DIM on Sparse dimensions
C. CALC DIM calculates member formulas
D. AGG calculates member formulas
E. CALC DIM calculates Sparse dimensions
F. AGG calculates Sparse dimensions
G. CALC DIM calculates Dense dimensions
H. AGG calculates Dense dimensions
Q5. What is the default calculation order for ASO database?
A. Accounts, Time, all remaining dimensions in ascending order of member count
B. Time, Accounts, all remaining dimensions in ascending order of member count
C. Accounts, Time, all remaining dimensions in descending order of member count
D. Time, Accounts, all remaining dimensions in descending order of member count
E. Dynamic hierarchies, Stored hierarchies
F. Stored hierarchies, Dynamic hierarchies
Q6. What are five reasons to use Attributes over a Shared Members dimension?
A. To create crosstab reports
B. To describe a dense dimension
C. To describe a sparse dimension
D. To perform comparisons based on certain type of data
E. To perform calculations based on characteristics
F. To add dimensionality to the database without increasing database size
Q7. Which files will get restructured in a full BSO restructure?
A. Data file only
B. Index file only
C. Data and index file
D. No file
Q8. Which statement related to Essbase design is true?
A. Calc scripts are more efficient at performing calculations vs. member unary operators and member formulas
B. One big application is better than three smaller focused applications.
C. Attribute dimensions require less performance consideration in ASO databases because they are treated as alternate rollups
D. Attribute dimensions require less performance consideration in BSO databases because they are dynamically calculated
E. Bigger block sizes are better than smaller block sizes
Q9. Given the following information, how many potential blocks?
Q10. You have the following analysis requirement. Products roll up to Product Family which rolls up to Product Category. You also need to group Products by Product Manager. Product Managers may manage one or more Products across product families. You do not need to create reports with Product Manager by Product Family. You need to secure products by Product Manager for planning submissions.
You consider Shared members as a solution because of which two options?
A. Shared members provide cross tab reporting (Product Manager in the rows and Product Family across the column)
B. Shared members provide additional categorization but results in a smaller database then if you were to add Product Manager as a separate dimension
C. You can assign security to shared members
D. Shared members can be assigned to sparse members only