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Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g Essentials

Question No: 21

JavaServer Faces (JSF), JavaServer Pages (JSP), ADF Faces Rich Client (ADF Faces RC), and Data Visualization Tool (DVT) are all components that form the ADF

.

  1. Data control layer

  2. UI binding layer

  3. Controller

  4. View layer

Answer: D

Explanation: Note (see the business server layer): ADF Architecture

ADF follows the proven, industry wide accepted Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture. ADF extends this MVC to one more layer – Business Service. Each layer in ADF has distinct role and specific responsibility.

* The view layer is the top most layer, that user sees and interacts with. It contains the UI pages used to view or modify that data. We call this part as ADFv. This layer is developed using ADF Faces Rich Client components that are built on standard JSF components with lot of built-in AJAX and Web 2.0 like features. In addition to this, it also supports Apache myfaces Trinidad components, Java and ADF Swing components. It also has ADF Mobile components that are specifically built for Mobile applications.

Question No: 22

Which two could be used to handle exceptions thrown by a service? Select two.

  1. Subprocess

  2. event subprocess

  3. error end event

  4. error catch event as a boundary event on the service task

Answer: B,D

Explanation: You can handle the exceptions that occur in an activity using the following:

*A boundary error catch event

*An event subprocess

Boundary error catch events enable you to resume the main process flow after handling the exception.

If you want to reuse the exception handling flow for multiple tasks in your process, then event subprocesses are more efficient than boundary catch events. Event subprocesses enable you to define a cleaner process with less effort because the catch error event is located within the event subprocess. To reuse an exception handling flow using boundary

catch events, you must define a boundary catch event for each of the tasks, and then connect those boundary events to the exception handling flow.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 19.5 Handling Exceptions in a Business Process

Question No: 23

In the BPM Workspace, which two are available as ways to sort your tasks? Select two.

  1. list tasks sorted by workload

  2. list tasks sorted by priority

  3. list tasks sorted by a value in the task like sales dollar amount

  4. list tasks sorted by manager

Answer: A,B

Explanation: The Oracle Business Process WorkSpace: Standard DashBoard Tab The dashboard displayed here is the “Workload per process” dashboard.

In the BPM WorkSpace Dashboard Worklist view you can sort the task by, for example, priority.

Note 1: BPM WorkSpace Dashboard:

->Worklist Views: This menu allows you to filter requests by Application, Due Date, and Priority. Double click the desired view to filter your requests.

->Reports: The Reports function allows approvers to run on-demand status reports arranged by Tasks. See Generating Task Reports for step-by-step directions.

->Task Status: Provides approvers with a snapshot of Assigned, Suspended, Completed, Expired, Withdrawn, and Alerted requests.

->Work Queue: Summary of all requests pending approval.

Note 2: Oracle BPM WorkSpace and Oracle Process Spaces allow process participants to interact with the applications you create using Oracle BPM. The Oracle BPM WorkSpace user interface provides tabs for each of the following:

Process Instances: This tab enables process participants to view running process instances.

Task List: This tab enables process participants to view and work with their assigned tasks. Process Dashboards: This tab provides out-of-the-box dashboards for monitoring process performance, task performance and workload.

Custom Dashboards: This tab enables process participants to define and use custom

dashboard based on the measurement data generated by process instances.

Question No: 24

Which one is semantically valid in BPMN?

  1. Error Start Event for an Event Subprocess

  2. Message flows that connect process steps within the same pool

  3. Error Start Event to trigger a process

  4. Error Intermediate Event to catch errors in the middle of a ***

Answer: A

Explanation: Inline handlers are types of subprocesses that allow you to model conditions that happen outside of a normal process flow.

Inline handlers can have the following start events:

*Error start

*Timer start

*Message start

Note: Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is a graphical representation for specifying business processes in a business process model. It was previously known as Business Process Modeling Notation.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 6 Modeling Business Processes with Oracle BPM

Question No: 25

In Oracle BPM 1 11g, which two things can be accomplished using a script task? Select two.

  1. execute Java code

  2. execute XSLT transformations

  3. copy data to variables or between variables

  4. define new process variables

Answer: C,D

Explanation: The script task is used to change values of data objects within your process. The script task is used when you want to show this change explicitly within your business process or when you must change the values of data objects outside of another flow object. It is often used to set initial values of data objects at the beginning of a process.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 6.10 Changing the Value of Data Objects in Your Process

Question No: 26

Which two features do you find in decision tables? Select two.

  1. Sets of input data can be bucketed and reviewed for gaps.

  2. Data sets can be reviewed for conflicts.

  3. Data can be used for only one rule evaluation.

  4. A rule evaluation can only be used to enter new output data.

Answer: A,B

Explanation: Decision tables help you design your multi-condition business rules with conflict and gap analysis.

Note: The Oracle Business Rules Editor supports both IF/THEN rules and Decision Tables.

Each

condition row in a Decision Table tests the allowed values of a data input to the

ruleset, called a fact. Each column represents a particular bucketset, an enumerated fact value or range. The combination of all the condition tests in a column specifies an action, typically setting the value of a data output. The complete Decision Table defines a ruleset, deployed as a business rule component invoked from the process as a Business Rule task in

BPMN. The editor provides quick tools for resolving gaps and conflicts in the table.

Question No: 27

In a business rule decision table, .

  1. Only one rule can execute

  2. Rules can have only one action

  3. Conflicting rules will not execute

  4. One rule can modify another rule outcome

Answer: C

Explanation: The Oracle Business Rules Editor supports both IF/THEN rules and Decision Tables. Each

condition row in a Decision Table tests the allowed values of a data input to the

ruleset, called a fact. Each column represents a particular bucketset, an enumerated fact value or range. The combination of all the condition tests in a column specifies an action, typically setting the value of a data output. The complete Decision Table defines a ruleset, deployed as a business rule component invoked from the process as a Business Rule task in

BPMN. The editor provides quick tools for resolving gaps and conflicts in the table.

Incorrect answer:

More than one rule can execute. A rule can more than one action. A rule cannot modify another rule.

Question No: 28

By default, which two task participant roles can change the outcome of a task? Select two.

  1. Admin

  2. Approvers

  3. Assignees

  4. Creator

  5. Owner

  6. Reviewer

Answer: C,E

Explanation: Worklist Application

The worklist is a web-based application that lets users access tasks assigned to them and perform actions based on their roles in the approval process. The worklist supports the following profiles:

  • Work assignee

  • Process owner

  • Workflow administrator

    C: Work assignee – An end user who is assigned a task. These users can view tasks assigned to them and perform actions, and also can define custom views and define routing rules for their tasks.

    E: Process owner – Typically a business analyst responsible for managing certain types of approvals. These users can manage tasks for the processes they own, define approval groups, and change approval policies.

    Reference: Modeling and Implementation Guide for Oracle Business Process Management 11g, Worklist Application

    Question No: 29

    Which two options can be used to create custom dashboards on business indicator data? Select two.

    1. BPM Process Workspace

    2. WebCenter Process Spaces

    3. BPM Studio

    4. Oracle BAM

    Answer: A,D

    Explanation: BPM Process Workspace (also known as BPM) Workspace provides tabs for each of the following:

    Process Instances: This tab enables process participants to view running process instances.

    Task List: This tab enables process participants to view and work with their assigned tasks. Process Dashboards: This tab provides out-of-the-box dashboards for monitoring process performance, task performance and workload.

    Custom Dashboards: This tab enables process participants to define and use custom dashboard based on the measurement data generated by process instances.

    Oracle BAM: Oracle BAM provides a framework for Creating dashboards that display real-time data inflow. Creating rules to send alerts under specified conditions.

    Designing Web applications with graphs displaying active data.

    Question No: 30

    Which two are correct about business indicators? Select two.

    1. Business indicators can be captured at measurement marks.

    2. Dimensions allow the user to capture numerical values.

    3. All business indicators are captured at sampling points and a subset are captured at measurement marks.

    4. Counters should always be used at Interval Start and Interval Stop.

    Answer: A,C

    Explanation: Business Indicators are project data objects you use to store the value of the key performance indicators of your process. For your convenience business indicators have their own entry in the structure window.

    Key performance indicators represent relevant information in your process that can help you determine if your process is running as expected.

    The following are examples of common business indicators: Order Amount

    Product Stock Elapsed Time Shipping Status

    You can use business indicators to store the value of an indicator you want to measure in your process, or to store a category you want to use to group the values you measured in your process.

    C: The BPMN Service Engine automatically stores the data in the dimension business indicators in the pre-defined and custom sampling points defined for your process.

    Measurement marks enable you to measure a business indicator of type measure at a certain point in the process or in a section of the process.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 11 Using Process Analytics

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