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Oracle Application Development Framework Essentials

Question No: 31

You want to convert a default set of business components for Employees into a service interface. Which two components would you use to do this?

  1. Application module, entity object

  2. Entity object, associations

  3. Entity object, view object

  4. Application module, view object

  5. View object, view links

Answer: C

Question No: 32

Identify three roles and characteristics of application modules.

  1. An application module can be quot;nestedquot; but cannot be quot;shared.quot;

  2. An application module#39;s data model contains an active view of the entity objects and view objects that are required for the task that the application module performs objects and view objects.

  3. An application module can be reused in the business logic tiers of other applications.

  4. An application module keeps track of the changes that affect data in the database.

  5. All view objects in the application are eligible for inclusion in the application module’s data.

  6. An application module can contain multiple instances of the same view object.

Answer: A,C,D

Reference: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/A97337_01/ias102_otn/buslog.102/bc4j/Glossary.htm# application_module

Question No: 33

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?

  1. Drag the view criteria as a query panel.

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

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

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

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

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

Answer: D

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/web.1111/b31974/web_search_bc.htm#CIHIJFCH

Question No: 34

Which three statements describe ADF Business Components?

  1. It is implemented entirely in XML; each component#39;s run-time behavior is configured in an XML file.

  2. It comes with prebuilt code organized in the oracle.bc or oracie.bc Server package.

  3. Its source code is contained in a series of hierarchically organized packages.

  4. It implements the popular Java EE design patterns – all contained in the ADF Business Components Java EE Design Pattern Catalog.

  5. Labels and control hints are exclusively defined in Java classes.

  6. The physical caching of database records is implemented in view objects.

  7. It facilitates the reuse of business logic in numerous tasks in application development.

Answer: A,C,D

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E15523_01/web.1111/b31974/bcintro.htm

Question No: 35

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

  1. 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.

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

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

  4. Set a breakpoint on the method declaration (where the argument is defined) and step

    through the breakpoint at execution to determine the argument value.

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

Answer: C

Question No: 36

You have found a declarative component that you would like to use on one of the pages that you are designing.

Choose the correct sequence of steps to add the component to the page.

  1. Select the ADF library from the Component Palette. Add the ADF library to the current project.

    Select the declarative component and drag it to the page. Deploy the component#39;s project as an ADF library JAR file.

  2. Deploy the component#39;s project as an ADF library JAR file. Add the ADF library to the current project.

    Select the ADF library from the Component Palette. Select the declarative component and drag it to the page.

  3. Add the ADF library to the current project.

    Select the ADF library from the Component Palette. Select the declarative component and drag it to the page.

    Deploy the component#39;s project as an ADF library JAR file.

  4. Deploy the component#39;s project as an ADF library JAR file. Select the ADF library from the Component Palette.

    Select the declarative component and drag it to the page. Add the ADF library to the current project.

  5. Deploy the component#39;s project as an ADF library JAR file. Select the ADF library from the Component Palette.

Add the ADF library to the current project.

Select the declarative component and drag it to the page.

Answer: A

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/web.1111/b31973/gs_jdev.htm#CCHIGCFI (topic 2.4.4)

Question No: 37

For an employee view object, you have defined a view criteria to show only U.S employees, you already have an ADF Faces table displaying data from employees view object. How would you design the page to display a query panel on the page that will allow the end user to select view criteria and filter the existing Employees table on the page?

  1. Drag the view criteria as a query panel.

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

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

  4. Drag the view criteria as a query panel, and then set the ResultcomponentId property of the query component to reference the table.

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

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

Answer: D

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/web.1111/b31974/web_search_bc.htm#CIHIJFCH (topic 26.2)

Question No: 38

Identify two ways to create a bounded task flow.

  1. By using the New Gallery

  2. By converting an unbounded task flow

  3. By adding task flow components to adfc-config.xml

  4. By extracting part of an existing task flow

  5. By dragging a task flow component from the Component Palette

Answer: A,D

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/web.1111/b31974/taskflows.htm#BABICFBE

Question No: 39

You want to define that a panel box titled should display information about the currently selected customer: “currently editing Customer Surname: lt;Customer’s Last Namegt; lt; Credit limitgt;”. If the credit limit is null, then a zero should be displayed. Furthermore, in case the label for the surname field changes, this string should reference the ADF Business Components control hints for the label.

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  1. Currently editing Customer Surname: # { bindings. CustLastName. Input Value} #

    {bindings. CreditLimit. inputValue}

  2. Currently editing # {bindings. CustName. Hints. label}: #

    {bindings. CustLastName. InputValue} # {empty bindings. CreditLimit. inputValue ? 0 : bindings. CreditLimit.InputValue}

  3. Currently editing # {bindings. CustName. Hints. label}: #

    {bindings. CustLastName. InputValue} # {Null bindings. CreditLimit. inputValue ? 0 :

  4. Currently editing # {bindings. CustName. Hints. label}: #

bindings. CustLastName. InputValue} # {if empty bindings. CreditLimit. inputValue then 0 else bindings. CreditLimit. INputValue}

Answer: A

Reference: http://www.scribd.com/doc/53251031/Quick-Start-Guide-to-Oracle-Fusion- Development-Oracle-JDeveloper-and-Oracle-ADF

Question No: 40

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?

  1. 1. Create a service interface for an 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.

  2. 1. Create a service interface for an 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.

  3. 1. Create a service interface for an 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.

  4. 1. Create a service interface for an 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.

  5. 1. Create a service interface for an 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.

Answer: C

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