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Q11. What are the minimum permissions needed to run the install scripts? 

A. DB_Accessadmin, DB_Owner 

B. DataReader, DataWriter, DB_Owner 

C. DataReader, DataWriter 

D. DB_Accessadmin 

E. DB_Owner 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Note 1:Install the Developer Database Manually You can install the Developer database manually by running the scripts provided with the software. If you are using an Oracle Database, a script creates the schema, populates it with the appropriate objects, and creates an application user for the schema. If you are using a Microsoft SQL Server, one script creates the database and the database user, and a second script populates the database with the appropriate objects. You must have the proper administrative credentials for the database server to create and populate the tablespace or database. 

Note 2:To install the database manually on an Oracle Database server: 

1. From the Windows Start menu, open a Command Prompt window. 

2. To create the tablespace using the CreateSchemaObjects.sql script located in \db scripts\ORACLE\Developer in the software installation files, enter the following at the command prompt: sqlplus - SQL*Plus is the command line application for Oracle Database. -s - Run SQL*Plus without SQL*Plus messaging. <adminuser> - The administrative user for the instance of the Oracle server. <adminpwd>@<instance> - The password for the administrative user and the name of the instance. 


Q12. Identify three compatible file formats that can be used when updating or customizing your logo in UPK. 

A. JPG 

B. PPT 

C. TIF 

D. BMP 

E. EXE 

F. PDF 

G. HTML 

Answer: A,C,D 

Explanation: To customize logos globally for all publishing styles in a category, you can use the Customize Logo command on the Tools menu. This command prompts you to choose a category of publishing styles and an image file. You can choose to replace the default logo with any image in .gif, .bmp, .jpg, .jpeg, .tif, or .png file format. The Developer converts and renames it to small_logo.gif, and replaces all instances of small_logo and large_logo in all output styles for the selected category. This process will override any existing graphics that are in the existing publishing styles. 

Reference:UPK Master Documentation Library,Use the Customize Logo Tool 


Q13. Your training coordinator has updated the publishing styles to reflect the new company logo. The styles are in the Styles folder, which is located in the System/Publishing folder. You have been asked to make the necessary permission changes to prevent other users from making changes to the styles, while retaining the ability to publish content. 

What do you do to handle this request? 

A. Set the styles folder to list permissions. 

B. Set the system folder to read permissions. 

C. Remove all users from the group that has access to the system folders. 

D. Send out an email to all users requesting not to change the styles. 

Answer:

Explanation: Understand Content Permissions By default, all authors have complete access to all Library folders and all actions that you can perform to develop, modify, publish, and export content. However, your administrator can also restrict your ability to access content in any Library folder and perform actions on that content.An administrator can assign the following permissions: The following permissions can be set for any folder in the Library: 

. List Folder Contents - Authors cannot save to folders with this permission. An author can view the names of documents in a Library folder but cannot open a document in any editor and perform actions that would change the document content or its location in the Library. An author also cannot make a copy of the document in any way. 

Read - An author can open a document in an editor, but cannot perform any actions that would change the document content or its location in the Library. An author can make a copy (including Save as) of the document and store it in a folder location to which they have appropriate permissions. 

Modify - An author has complete access to the folder and its documents and can perform any action (create, modify, copy, delete, publish, export, and so on). 

Note:Publishing styles are Publishing Project documents that are stored in the System/Publishing/Styles folder in the Library. Within the Styles folder, each category has a folder. Each output format has its own Project document, such as Job Aid and Player. 

Note 2:Also note that you must have Modify permission to the folder where the publishing styles (or project documents) are stored for the category you select to successfully change logos. 

Reference: Oracle User Productivity, Content Development,Understand Content Permissions 


Q14. A content administrator has asked you to troubleshoot a multi-user UPK Installation: the authors unable to connect to the server. The administrator sent you the following message from a Windows event log: 

The current identity (NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE) does not have write access to "C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET \Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files'. 

Where can you fix this permission problem? 

A. On the Oracle database server 

B. On the affected client workstations 

C. In the UPK library 

D. On the application server 

Answer:

Explanation: The .NET FRAMEWORK is used by the application server. 

Note: Example: 

When you have created virtual directory of your application created in .Net2.0 and application is not running.Even everything is fine in web.config, still it is giving error in web.config file.Error :- The current identity (NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE) does not have write access to 'C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files'. Solution is goto 

command prompt then navigate to directoryC:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727Now run this commandaspnet_regiis -ga "NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE"Everything will work fine. 


Q15. During the installation of 110 PRO, you receive an error message. What is the first task you do when entering “My Oracle Support”? 

A. Log a Sev 1 Service request. 

B. Look in the Knowledge base for known issues. 

C. Look in patches and updates to see if there is a patch to download to resolve the issue. 

D. Create a forum post asking other clients and support representatives for clues or steps to be taken to resolve the issue. 

Answer:

Explanation: Search the Knowledge Base for the error. 


Q16. Your customer wants separate content roots for separate project. Identify the correct setup and publication processes to support this requirement. 

A. Additional content roots are set up with UPK setup.exe. UPK content can be published directly to a choice of content roots from the UPK developer. 

B. Additional content roots are set up via setup.exe. UPK content can be imported as a title to a choice of content roots using a drop-down list. 

C. Additional content roots are set up via the Knowledge Center (Content Roots tab). UPK content can be imported as a title to a choice of content roots using a drop-down list. 

D. Additional content roots are set up via the Knowledge Center (Content Roots tab). UPK content can be published directly to a choice of content roots from the UPK developer. 

Answer:

Explanation: To install the Content root with an Oracle database, launch the Setup.exe file located in the root folder in the software installation files. If a Security Warning appears, click Run. 

You are then prompted to choose the language for the Installer, and the Install Wizard appears. During installation, you will proceed through these screens in the Install Wizard. 

Note:A content root is the directory on the server where content files for installed titles are stored. The content root is created and configured during the installation process. 

It is possible to have more than one content root; however, you cannot create a content root in the Manager. You create a new content root by running the installation program. 

Reference:UPK Master Documentation Library,Install the Content Root (available only in the Professional Edition) 


Q17. You manage o UPK Developer Library, which consists of multiple Groups. Each Author belongs to one or more Groups. You have recently discovered that a user has Modify permission to the System folder, when the user should only have Read permission. 

What is the best way to prevent this user from modifying the contents of the System folder? 

A. Override checkout on all documents in the System folder, which are currently checked out to any users, and then check out the System folder so that no changes can be made. 

B. Use the Effective permissions to identify which group or explicit permission provides the user with Modify permissions to the System folder. Remove the user from that group or change that group's permission to Read. 

C. Prevent the user from modifying the contents of the System folder by adding them to a new group which has only the Read permission to the System folder. 

D. Copy the contents of the System folder to a new location In the Library. Export the System folder copy to an ODARC drive to ensure that the user cannot modify its contents. 

Answer:

Explanation: Assigned and Effective permissions Permissions can either be explicitly assigned to an author or in effect due to folder inheritance or group membership. Explicitly assigned author permissions take precedence over group permissions when assigned to the same folder. You can view Assigned and Effective permissions using the Folder Permissions command. 


Q18. You have defined a number of customizations for the Knowledge Center user interface. However, when you test them, the customizations are not displayed. You have verified that the modified files have all been placed in the proper directories. 

What might be the reason your customizations are not appearing? 

A. The local browser cache on the client system accessing the Knowledge Center must be cleared for the customizations to appear. 

B. You may be using an unsupported browser. Test your customizations in Internet Explorer version 8 or 9. 

C. You may not have restarted the Web services on the Knowledge Center server. This will reload the.lng and .cus files on the web server. 

D. It you logged in to the Knowledge Center before you performed your customization, you will need to log in as a new user to see the customizations. 

Answer:

Explanation: Restart the web services. This step is required because when the Knowledge Center software loads on the web server all contents of lng and cus files are cached in memory. To update this information the services must be restarted. 

Reference: Knowledge Center: User And Content Management Release 11.0,Create a Customization File 


Q19. Select the option that describes what happens when an author updates content using the developer in a multi-user installation. 

A. The content can be updated by other authors and multiple versions will be created on the servers. 

B. The content can be updated by other authors and the date stamp will be used to determine the version to be used. 

C. The content is locked on the server preventing modifications from other authors until the content is published. 

D. The content is locked on the server preventing modifications from other authors until the changes are reflected in the server. 

Answer:


Q20. Using Push technology (unattended installation), one of the users complains that the Developer is still not present. In the patch file, there is a command line for silent Installation. It states "x:\my 

Folder\setup.exe" /s /f1"\\server\setup.iss" 

Identify the cause of the user's problem. 

A. The user has a different operating system than the rest of the users. 

B. The path tosetup.exe contains a space character. 

C. The response file path is different from the setup.exe path. 

D. A space character is missing from between /f1 and "\\server\setup.iss". 

Answer:

Explanation: By exclusion. Reference: Oracle User Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0, Run the Executable Silently