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Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Essentials

Question No: 21

Which two roles have permission to revise the functional decomposition of an AIA Project?

  1. AIALifecycleUser

  2. AIALifecycleDeveloper

  3. AIALifecycleInstallDeveloper

  4. AIAApplicationUser

Answer: A,B

Explanation: The ability to view a BOM using the View Bill Of Material link is available only to a user with the AIALifeCycleUser or AIALifeCycleDeveloper role assigned.

Not C: Users with the AIALifeCycleInstallDeveloper role assigned will not see the View Bill

Of Material link. Instead, they see the Generate Bill Of Material link or Edit Bill Of Material link. If the Generate Bill Of Material link displays, a user can click the link and select the Preview option to view the BOM. If the Edit Bill Of Material link displays, the user can click it to view and edit the BOM.

Not D: D:AIAApplicationUser is used for CAVS.

Note: The BOM captures project details, as well as the business tasks defined as being in- scope for the project.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack:

How to View a Bill of Material for an AIA Lifecycle Project

Question No: 22

When is a new major version introduced for an EBO?

  1. when an optional element or attribute is added

  2. when an enumeration is extended

  3. when the order of elements in a choice is changed

  4. when an element#39;s data type such as string is changed to a data type such as amo

Answer: D

Explanation: A new major EBO (Enterprise Business Object) version number is introduced when the object undergoes the following types of changes, which could break the backward compatibility of the object:

  • Changing the type of an element or attribute

  • Restricting the content model of a component, such as changing a choice to a sequence

  • *Changing the meaning or semantics of existing components

    *Adding required components

    *Removing required components

    Note:Each of the EBOs in the library has its own release life cycle, so each object has a version number that is used to differentiate versions. EBO version numbers are not aligned with participating applications release numbers, and new releases of participating applications do not necessarily result in introduction of new versions of the objects.

    The version number is composed of two parts-major and minor version number.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack:

    Schema Versioning

    Question No: 23

    You are an AIA developer planning to migrate fault policies for ABC service developed in AIA 2.4 to AIA 11g R1. Which option would you choose?

    1. You would use AIA Migration Utility to migrate SOA Suite log fault policies.

    2. You would use the SOA Suite 10g fault policies without any changes.

    3. You would manually migrate the SOA Suite 10g fault policies.

    4. AIA 11g R1 implicitly handles error handling without any requirement for fault policies.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: You may need to migrate fault policies or error handling services developed using AIA 2.4 or 2.5. Since there is no utility to support migration of error handling artifacts, this task must be performed manually.

    Reference: OracleŚļź Fusion Middleware Migration Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture:

    How to Migrate Fault Policies

    Question No: 24

    Identify the correct definition of Enterprise Business Flow (EBF).

    1. EBF is the running implementation of the business processes in the AIA Reference Process Model-(RPM).

    2. EBF is about exposing the business functions provided by the participating application in a representation that is agreeable to Enterprise Business Services.

    3. EBF is about stringing together a set of capabilities available in applications to implement a coarse-groined business activity or task and composing a new service leveraging existing capabilities.

    4. EBF represents the application or implementation independent Web service definition for performing a business task and the architecture that facilitates distributed processing.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: The Enterprise Business Flow (EBF) is used for implementing a business activity or a task that involves leveraging capabilities available in multiple applications. The EBF is about stringing together a set of capabilities available in applications to implement a coarse-grained business activity or task and composing a new service leveraging existing capabilities. The EBF involves only system-to-system or service-to-service interaction. The EBF has no activity that needs human intervention.

    In a canonical integration, the EBF is an implementation of an Enterprise Business Service (EBS) operation and calls other EBSs. It never calls an Application Business Connector Service (ABCS) or the applications directly. In other integration styles, the caller invoking the EBF can be either an application or any other service.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack:

    Designing and Constructing Enterprise Business Flows

    Question No: 25

    Which statement represents the correct sequence of user actions for custom-built services, after the Bill-of-Materials is generated?

    1. Create the Deployment Plan using the Deployment Plan Generator, set up appropriate value in AIAInstallProporties.xml, encrypt the passwords in the Deployment Plan using CreateStore utility, and execute theDeployment Planusing AIA Install Driver

    2. Create the Deployment Plan using the Deployment Plan Generator, set up appropriate values in AIAInstallProperties.xml, execute the Deployment Plan using AIA Install Driver, and encrypt the passwords in AIAinstallProperties.xml using CreateStore utility.

    3. Create the Deployment Plan using the Deployment Plan Generator, set up appropriate value-AIAinstallProperties.xml, execute the Deployment Plan using AIA install Driver, and encrypt the passwords in AIAInstallProperties.xml using UpdateStore utility.

    4. Create the Deployment Plan using the Deployment Plan Generator, set up appropriate values AIAinstallProperties.xml, encrypt the passwords in AIAInstallProperties.xml using

    the UpdateStore utility, and execute the Deployment Plan using AIA Install Driver.

    Answer: B

    Question No: 26

    Which two statements are true about an Enterprise Business Service (EBS)?

    1. An EBS typicallyimplements CRUD operations.

    2. An EBS may implement a business activity like getting an account balance, for example.

    3. An EBS is not exposed on the enterprise service bus.

    4. An EBS is a set of coordinated tasks and activities involving both human and system interactions.

    Answer: B,C

    Explanation: EBS (Enterprise Business Services) are the foundation blocks in the Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA). EBS represent the application or implementation- independent web service definition for performing a business task. The architecture facilitates distributed processing using EBS.

    An EBS is a service interface definition, currently manifested as an abstract Web Service Definition Language (WSDL) document, which defines the operations, message exchange pattern, and payload that are applicable for each operation of a service.

    The purpose of the EBS is to:

    • Provide the mediation between the requesting services and providing services.

    • Provide different operations invoked from a requester Application Business Connector Service (ABCS), an EBS, or an Enterprise Business Flow (EBF).

    • Route an operation to a suitable EBS, EBF, or provider ABCS based on the evaluation of the various routing rules for an operation.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle

    Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack: Designing and Developing Enterprise Business Services

    Question No: 27

    You are designing an Integration to process sales orders using the SalesOrderEBO and as part of the integration, you need to validate a credit card using ReceivedPaymentEBO. If the order is over a certain amount, company policy requires a finance manager to approve

    the order.

    Select the best method to accomplish this integration.

    1. Create requester ABCS composites to invoke the SalesOrderEBO and ReceivedPaymentEBO to allow the participating application to process the payment as part of the order.

    2. Create a Composite Business Process to process the sales order, including the payment; authorization.

    3. Create an Enterprise Business Flow to process the sales order, including the payment authorization.

    4. You do not need to invoke ReceivedPaymentEBS.SalesOrderEBS handles the payment authorization.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: Composite Business Processes (CBPs) are the implementation of process services. Process services orchestrate a series of human and automated steps, including enterprise-wide policies captured in business rules. These services run the implementations of the business processes in the Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Reference Process Models.

    AIA recommends using BPEL for implementing CBPs. CBPs are long-running processes that may run from few seconds to days. A CBP has an interface and message structure that is detailedenough to capture all of the information about the source of the triggering event. In most cases, the event is triggered by customer-facing applications.

    Note: An EBO (Enterprise Business Object) is the definition for a standard business data object and is composed of reusable data components. The library of all EBOs makes up a data model.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack:

    Designing and Constructing Composite Business Processes

    Question No: 28

    Which two statements are true about AIA Guaranteed Message Delivery?

    1. Guaranteed Message Delivery means that a message being sent from a producer to a not will not be lost in the event of an error.

    2. AIA uses queues for asynchronous and reliable delivery of messages.

    3. Guaranteed Message Delivery does not require that a sender system message be persisted until it is successfully delivered to the receiver.

    4. Message delivery is ensured by treating the message exchange as a unit of work bound to multiple, Independent transactions.

    Answer: A,B

    Explanation: Guaranteed message delivery means that a message being sent from a producer to a consumer is not lost in the event of an error.

    AIA uses queues for asynchronous and reliable delivery of messages.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack:

    Guaranteed Message Delivery

    Question No: 29

    Which two statements are true about EBFs?

    1. In a canonical integration, an EBF may directly call an ABCS or an application.

    2. All of the actions that can be performed by the EBF are exposed as EBS service operations.

    3. An EBFis modeled to implement one or more operations.

    4. An EBF involves only system-to-system Interactions and does not include any activity requires human intervention.

    Answer: B,D

    Explanation: B:In a canonical integration, the EBF is an implementation of an Enterprise Business Service (EBS) operation and calls other EBSs.

    Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack,Introduction to Enterprise Business Flows

    Question No: 30

    An Integration flow contains three composites: a Requestor ABCS, an EBS, and a Provider ABCS. Which is the correct sequence of deployment of the composites using the AIA Deployment Plan?

    1. RequestorABCS, EBS, ProviderABCS

    2. ProviderABCS, EBS, RequestorABCS

    3. The composites can be deployed in any order.

    4. RequestorABCS, ProviderABCS, EBS

    Answer: A

    Explanation: AIA Artifacts for Integration Flows with Multiple Application Interactions table:

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    Note:AIA Architecture recommends variety of integration styles and AIA patterns to enable the flight of a message in an Integration Flow.

    For more complex situations in which the integration flow involves interactions with multiple applications, the requester application-specific AIA service implements a workflow-like capability and manages all interactions with all the provider application-specific AIA services.

    The AIA service artifacts to be developed depend on the complexity of data exchange and various message exchange patterns.

    Note:The purpose of the EBS is to:

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