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Q11. Your application has a page that displays information about employees in a company. Trace the sequence of the EmpId binding, starting from its role as an item on the page to its source Business component In the Model. 

A. EmpId item, EmpView iterator binding, EmpId attribute value, AppModuleDataControl data control EmpView view object, Emp entity object 

B. EmpId item, EmpId attribute value, AppModuleDataControl data control, EmpView iterator binding, EmpView view object, Emp entity object 

C. EmpId item, EmpId attribute value, EmpView iterator binding, AppModuleDataControl data control, EmpView view object, Emp entity object 

D. EmpId item, EmpView iterator binding, EmpView view object, EmpId attribute value, AppModuleDataControl data control, Emp entity object 

E. EmpId item, AppModuleDataControl data control, EmpId attribute value, EmpView iterator binding EmpView view object, Emp entity object 

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Q12. You select a binding In the page definition file and set the ChangeEventPolicy property to ppr. 

What effect does this action have on the way the page is rendered? 

A. It allows a component to partially refresh another component whose partialSubmit property is set to true. 

B. When a user selects a new value In a field, the portion of the page where that component resides is redrawn. 

C. It enables you to add a component as a partial target for an event, so that when that event is triggered, the partial target component is refreshed. 

D. Components whose values change as a result of back-end logic are automatically repainted. 

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Q13. What JDeveloper facility is being described in the paragraph below? “It allows you to create multiple connections to one or more otherwise unrelated repositories so that you can browse their contents. It provides a Search tool to enable you to search all the defined repositories. If you find resources that your project may need to consume, you can drag those resources into your application as needed." 

A. Database Navigator 

B. ADF Library JAR file 

C. a version-control tool, such as Subversion 

D. resource catalog 

E. Application Resources accordion 

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Q14. What would you enclose an EL expression in so that it is evaluated immediately when a page is rendered? 

A. & {} 

B. # {} 

C. $ {} 

D. % {} 

E. @{} 

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Q15. When granting a user or role access to a group of pages, it is best practice to grant that access to what type of file or component? 

A. Page definition file 

B. Bounded task flow including the page(s) 

C. Unbounded task flow including the page(s) 

D. jspx file 

E. Entity objects included in the UI 

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Q16. How can you augment each entity object in an application so that a logging method is called after each create () method? 

A. Overridethe create () method of the ApplicationModuleimp1 to implement the logging. 

B. Override the create () method of each EntityDefimp1 to implement the logging 

C. Set the jbo.loglevel and jbo.logoutput configuration parameters in the bc4j.xcfg file 

D. Override the createEntity () method of each Entityimp1 to implement the logging 

E. Override the create () method of a base Entityimp1 class and extend the class for each entity in the application 

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Q17. Identify two advantages that ADF Model offers the developer. 

A. It insulates the developer from needing to know about the specifics of the underlying business services implementation. 

B. It enables the developer to abstract application navigation from the physical pages. 

C. It saves time In that it allows the developer to quickly build business services from database tables. 

D. It enables the developer to bind UI components directly to tables and columns in the database. 

E. It provides the developer with a generalized approach to binding services and UI components. 

Answer: AE 


Q18. Which type of object is being described here? “They handle events or some manipulation of data that is best handled at the front end. They are bash ally java classes with a no arg constructor that you register with the application in task flow files.” 

A. Task flows 

B. Event listeners 

C. Action methods 

D. Managed beans 

E. Contextual events 

F. Backing beans 

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Q19. Consider this task flow. What will be the outcome of calling the task flow? 

A. Because the default activity is not a view activity, the SetCustomerInfo method will be skipped and the ViewCustomerOrders view activity will be displayed in the region. 

B. The SetCustomerInfo method is called, and the ViewCustomerOrders view activity will be displayed in the region if the SetCustomerInfo method returns a string of update. 

C. The default activity will be called, and the ViewCustomerOrders method on the application module will be called. 

D. The SetCustomerInfo method will be called, and the viewcustomerorders view activity will be displayed in the region. 

E. The SetCustomerInfo method is called, and the UpdateOrders view activity will bedisplayed inthe region if the setcustometinfo method returns a string of update. 

F. The SetCustomerInfo view activity will be called, and the go method will execute the ViewCustomerOrders method. 

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Q20. You have a business component model to support departments (EO, VO, AM), and want to access it as a Web service. What should be the steps you’d need to perform to create a JavaServer Faces page? 

A. 

1. Create a service interface foran application module, 

2: Select the entity objects and methods to include the service, 

3: Deploy to WLS as EAR file, 

4: connect to server containing WSDL, 

5: create data control from XSD, 

6: select operations to include in data control, 

7: Develop UI from the Data Control as Normal. 

B. 

1. Create a service interface foran application module, 

2: Select view objects and methods to include the service, 

3: Deploy to WLS as EAR file, 

4: connect to server containing WSDL, 

5: create data control from XSD, 

6: select operations to include in data control, 

7: Develop UI from the Data Control as Normal. 

C. 

1. Create a service interface foran application module, 

2: Select the entity objects and methods to include the service, 

3: Deploy to WLS as BS service interface, 

4: connect to server containing WSDL, 

5: create data control from XSD, 

6: select operations to include in data control, 

7: Develop UI from the Data Control as Normal. 

D.

1. Create a service interface foran application module, 

2: Select the view objects and methods to include the service, 

3: Deploy to WLS as EAR file, 4: connect to server containing WSDL, 

5: create data control from WSDL, 6: select operations to include in data control, 

7: Develop UI from the Data Control as Normal. 

E. 

1. Create a service interface foran application module, 

2: Select the entity objects and methods to include the service, 

3: Deploy to WLS as BC service Interface, 

4: connect to server containing WSDL, 

5: create data control from XSD, 

6: select operations to include in data control, 

7: Develop UI from the Data Control as Normal. 

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