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Q31. Considering the inheritance depicted in the image above, how would you add functionality for reading and updating all of the appropriate attributes for each type of user? 

A. Create a view object that definesa queryas SELECT User.NAME, Users.Phone, Users.MailingAddress, Users.UsersType, Employee.JobId, Employee.Salary, Employees.HireDate, Employee.Comission, Customers.CreditLimit, Custoners.Status, Customers.ShippingAddress, Customers.CreditCardNo FROM USERS users, USERS Employees, USERS Customers. 

B. Create a view object based on userEO, EmployeeEO, and CustomerEO. Ensure that the join type on EmployeeEO and CustomerEO are set to inner join, and select the reference checkbox. 

C. Create a view object for UserEO and select EmployeeEO, and CustomerEO as subtypes. Select all attributes from UserEO, EmployEo, and CustomerEO to include the view object. 

D. Create three object, one for each user type. Create view links between USerVO. User type and Employee VO. UserType and between UserVO. UserType and CustomerVO.UserType, and define UserType as a discriminator in UserVO. 

E. Create a view object for UserEO. Define UserType as a discriminator and supply a default value. Create appropriate subtypes EO for each VO, and supply a default value for UserType. 

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Q32. Which three statements are true about ADF Business Component declarative validation? 

A. An entity object attribute can have more than one validation rule. 

B. Declarative validation can also be defined on a view object to override the entity object level validation. 

C. For an entity object level validation rule, you can define which attributes will trigger the validation rule. 

D. If your application is to be deployed in three different languages, then a separate validation rule is required for each language to handle the different translated error messages. 

E. You can define a declarative validation rule to call a Java method. 

Answer: ACE 


Q33. You have created a page template to use as the basis for the Web pages in your application however you have a handful of pages that require a slightly different layout from that of the template. What is the most efficient use of the framework to handle this situation? 

A. Create two page templates; one for the majority of pages (those that use the standard layout), and one for the pages that require the different layout. 

B. Create one template for the standard layout, and create individual page layouts for the few pages that differ from the standard. 

C. Create one template for all pages and incorporate a backing bean to handle the small differences on the other pages. 

D. Create one template for all pages and define template attributes to customize the template for those pages that are different. 

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Q34. For a newly added item, you want to ensure that unit price for that order item is not less than the minimum price as defined in the ProductInformation entity object. You must also ensure that the validation checks for any changes to the ProductInformation entity object that are not yet committed in the current transaction. Which ADF Business Component declarative validation on the UnitPrice attribute would achieve this functionality? 

A. a list validation where unitprice is in the query result: SELECT min_price fromProduct_information 

B. a list validation where unitprice is in ProductInformationViewObject (MinPrice) 

C. a compare validation where unitprice product_information is greater than the query result SELECT min_price 

D. a compare validation whereunitprice ProductInformation.MinPrice isgreater than the expression 

E. a key exits validation with target entity object ProductInformation .MinPric 

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Q35. You are debugging an application module method that seems to be causing an error when the argument value is anything but "2". How could you most efficiently debug this issue? 

A. Set a breakpoint on the first line of the method implementation and set the breakpoint property to break only for threads named oracie.jbo.Exception. 

B. Set a breakpoint on the first line of the method implementation and set the breakpoint pass count property to 2. 

C. Set a breakpoint on the first line of the method implementation and set the breakpoint condition to arg ! = 2. 

D. Set a breakpoint on the method declaration (where the argument is defined) and step through the breakpoint at execution to determine the argument value. 

E. Set a breakpoint on the method declaration (where the argument is defined) and set the condition to arg == 2. 

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Q36. For a Customers view object, you have defined a view criteria to show only U.S. customers. On an ADF Faces page, you already have an ADF Faces table displaying data from the Customers view object. How would you display a query panel on the page that will allow you to select the view criteria and filter the existing Customers table on the page? 

A. Drag the view criteria as a query panel. 

B. Drag the view criteria to the existing table and select query panel with table. 

C. Drag the view criteria as a query panel, and then set the ID property of the query panel to reference the table. 

D. Drag the view criteria as a query panel, and then set the Resultcomponent ID property of the query component to reference the table. 

E. Drag the view criteria as a query panel, and then set the Model property of the query component to reference the table binding. 

F. Drag the view criteria as a query panel, and then set the value property of the query component to reference the table binding. 

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Q37. In a JSF view, the user completes a form and clicks a Submit button. The Submit button should call the commit operation on the application module, as well as the loginsert method defined in the-ationModuleimpl .Java. Finally, the Submit button should navigate to the rowinserted navigation case in the task flow. How would this functionality be accomplished? 

A. Bind the button's Action property to a backing bean that contains accessors for the button. In the getter for the button, return "rowinserted" 

B. Bind the button's Action property to a managed bean that calls the Commit operation and loginsert methods, and create a managed property with a value set to "rowinserted" 

C. Bind the button'sAction Listener property to# {bindings.Comnit.execute}, define a session-scoped managed bean that calls the loginsert method, and modify the loginsert method to return a String value of "rowinsertec 

D. Bind the button's Action property to # {bindings. loginsert. execute} and define a session-scoped managed bean that calls the Commit operation and returns "rowinserted" 

E. Bind the button's Action property to a managed bean that calls the Commit operation and loginsert methods via OperationBinding, and return "rowinserted" 

F. Bind thebutton's Action Listener property to # {bindings. Commit.execute} && # {bindings, loginsert. execute) and set the Action property to "rowInserted # {bindings.Commit.execute} 

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Q38. You have default Department and Employee Business Components and want to show all the employees in a single Department. You create a default JSF Master-Detail page with the master as a form (Department) and the details as a table (Employees) page. It also contains navigation to move from department to another. What three binding types would you expect to find in the page definition file? 

A. attributeValue, action, table 

B. attributeValue, action, tree 

C. attributeValue, button, table 

D. attributeValue, button, tree 

E. attributeValue, action, list 

F. attributeValue, button, list 

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Q39. Identify the indicated component (orange triangle within ProductId field):

A. af:contextInfo 

B. af : noteWindow 

C. af:showPopupBehavior 

D. af:outputFormatted 

E. af:message 

F. af: link 

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Q40. Your application contains an entity object, OrdersEO. You decide to create an updatable view object SpecialOrdersVO, to handle orders that contain not-from-stock items. How will SpecialOrdersVO and OrdersEO interact to retrieve data about special orders? 

A. OrdersEO retrieves the data from the database and validates it; SpecialOrdersVO then queries the entity object's cache 

B. SpecialOrdersVO queries the database; the retrieved data is validated in the entity object, and then saved to the entity object's cache 

C. SpecialOrdersVO queries the OrdersEO entity object to retrieve data about special orders; the data is then saved in the view object's cache 

D. SpecialOrdersVO queries the OrdersEO cache; the data is validated by the entity object, and then the two objects are synchronized with the database 

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