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Q21. What security filter will assign security to hierarchy, filtering the members displayed to end users?
A. Read Filter
B. Write Filter
C. Metaread Filter
D. Metadata Filter
E. Not possible to secure dimensions; only data can be secured
Q22. Which two valid field headers could be assigned to the 5th column in this data file?
Duplicate Member Names is not enabled.
Q23. During a multidimensional analysis getting data from a supplemental data source is an example of________.
A. Drill across
B. Drill Through
Q24. Identify the two true statements about block density for a Block Storage (BSO) database.
A. Block density is the percentage of blocks that exist compared to the total number of blocks.
B. Block density is the percentage of data that exists within a block compared to what can be stored in the total block.
C. Ideally block density will be high.
D. You can view the block density on the Application Properties tab in the Administration Services console.
Q25. You are performing incremental loads to an ASO database during the day, providing near real time data to the SaleDtl ASO database. Before the incremental load, you need to clear a specific set of data in the fastest amount of time possible.
What is the best solution?
A. Partial clears are supported for ASO
B. Perform a logical clear, using MDX to specify the region to be cleared
C. Perform a physical clear, using MDX to specify the region to be cleared
D. Run a calc script containing the CLEARDATA command and a set of FIX statements that isolate the desired data set
E. Run a calc script containing the CLEARBLOCK command and a set of FIX statements that isolate the desired data set
Q26. Market size is an attribute dimension with the following members: Large, Medium, and Small.
Which of the following options below represent valid syntax statements in a calc script?
A. FIX (@ATTRIBUTE(Large))
B. Calc Dim (Accounts, Markets, "Market Size");
C. Calc Dim (Accounts, Markets, Market Size);
Q27. You need to track and report the Store Close Date for all of the stores in your company in your block storage option database. Store close date will vary by store over time.
Which three solutions would allow you to do this?
A. Attribute dimension based on Store
B. Varying attribute dimension with an Independent dimension of Time where Time contains both the Years and Months in the same dimension
C. Varying attribute with 2 Independent dimensions, Periods and Fiscal Year
D. Measure called Store Close Date with a data type of date
E. User Defined attribute Store Close Date assigned to each store
Q28. Block size is calculated by the following formula.
A. Number of stored sparse dimension members multiplied together times 8 bytes
B. Number of total sparse dimension members multiplied together times 8 bytes
C. Number of stored dense dimension members multiplied together times 8 bytes
D. Number of total dense dimension members multiplied together times 8 bytes
Q29. Which three options will clear query tracking results in ASO?
A. Materialize views
B. Clear the data in the database
C. Stop the application
D. Turn off
E. Change an outline
Q30. In an aggregate storage database, which two are the correct member solve orders for Profit per Unit and Variance given the following:
Profit per Unit - Accounts dimension
Variance - Scenario dimension
When we say "correct," we mean that both dynamic totals will calculate and display correctly.
A. Accounts 0, Profit Per Unit 0, Scenario 0, Variance 1
B. Accounts 0, Profit Per Unit 1, Scenario 0, Variance 0
C. Accounts 2, Profit Per Unit 0, Scenario 0, Variance 1
D. Accounts 2, Profit Per Unit 1, Scenario 1, Variance 2