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According to J2CA specification, which of the following is not part of the System Contract between an EIS and an Application Server?
A. Application Server internal contract Management. (correct)
B. Transaction Management.
C. Inbound Connectivity Management.
D. Outbound Connectivity Management.
E. Security Management.
Smithers and Dithers has done further analysis on reporting needs. Management has requested a report that requires access to the Inventory System, the CRM System, and the Employee Time management System. Unfortunately, each of these systems have a different format. The Inventory System is a legacy app running on a mainframe system. The CRM System has several possible interfaces into it, including a Web Services interface and custom APIs. The Employee Time Management System doesn't have a published API, but does run on top of a well-known relational database. Given these facts, what is the best approach for generating this unified report?
A. Create a Web Services facade for each system and use XMLBeans to join the data from each system.
B. Write a Query to aggregate each data source into another relational database. Then expose that database to WebLogic .
C. Connect the Inventory System using J2CA. Access the Web Services interface of the CRM system. Add a new Data Source and Connection pool to access the Time Management System's database. Write a business process to connect to each system in order to join the data.
D. Connect the Inventory System using J2CA. Access the Web Services interface of the CRM system. Add a new Data Source and Connection pool to access the Time Management System's database. Use Workshop to create a control for each system, then create a Custom Java Control to join each datasource .
E. Connect the Inventory System using J2CA. Access the Web Services interface of the CRM system. Add a new Data Source and Connection pool to access the Time Management System's database. Add each as a DataSource to Liquid Data and write a Query in the Data View Builder. (correct)
Scenario: Your design must support multiple concurrent web client requests and a large number of transactions per second. The business logic components are also required to support a large number of concurrent stand-alone Java RMI client requests while handling all requests from the web applications. You have decided to implement clustering to provide load balancing and high availability. Which clustering architecture is best suited for your design requirements with maximum performance?
A. A single-tier architecture of WebLogic application servers in which the Web applications and business logic components are clustered together as shown in Diagram 1.
B. Two separate single-tier (Diagram 1) clusters that communicate via WAN multicast
C. A multi-tier architecture of WebLogic application servers deploying the Web applications in front of the business logic components as shown in Diagram 2, incorporating a second load balancer between the two clusters.
D. None of these architectures meets the requirement for stand-alone Java RMI client access.
E. A multi-tier architecture of WebLogic application servers deploying the Web applications in front of the business logic components as shown in Diagram 2. (correct)
Scenario: Currently, Smithers and Dithers use SSL to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of data at the transport layer. Non-functional requirement NFREQ 1.7 documents the requirements for security of remote method invocation and document exchange with Smithers and Dithers' trading partners. Gap analysis of the current security model and the proposed security model indicated that which of the following statements is true?
A. The requirement is almost met by the current security architecture; setting the SSL transport-guarantee property of the WebLogic SSL configuration will meet the requirement
B. The requirement is not met by the current security architecture because SSL does not guarantee message-level security (correct)
C. The requirement is almost met by the current security architecture; to meet the requirement, a declarative security implementation must be added
D. The requirement is met by the current security architecture
E. There is not enough information to determine whether the requirement is met
Scenario: Your Portal requires the use of multiple portlets offering different views of business functionality to different types of users. For a common user desktop, you intend to restrict the presentation, in terms of what displays for an individual user. Your requirement is for a user to be able to view a specific book based on their login identity and for all other users to be denied access. Which is the best approach?
A. Implement Administrative removal of the relevant book
B. Create individual desktops
C. Apply entitlements (correct)
D. Use a Tag Library control
E. Use inter- portlet communication mechanisms
You have determined that Smithers and Dithers' Web applications should be deployed to a WebLogic Cluster in order to achieve the necessary requirements. In order to provide session failover, high throughput, and high availability with the fastest performance, which architectural approach would offer the best solution for providing Web client access to the cluster?
A. Deploy an instance of WebLogic Server with a configured HTTPClusterServlet as a proxy to the cluster
B. Leverage DNS servers by mapping a single DNS name to the IP addresses of all the clustered WebLogic server instances
C. Deploy a separate ier?of Third-Party Web Servers (such as Apache), using native WebLogic Server plug-ins as a proxy to the cluster Deploy a separate ? ier?of Third-Party Web Servers (such as Apache), using native WebLogic Server plug-ins as a proxy to the cluster
D. Configure a hardware load-balancer with an SSL-accelerator as a proxy to the cluster (correct)
E. Configure a Third-Party Web Server (such as Apache), using a native WebLogic Server plug-in as a proxy to the cluster
Consider the following initialization parameter in the web.xml <context-param> <param-name>feedback</param-name> <param-value>firstname.lastname@example.org</paramvalue> </context-param> Which of these is the correct way of retrieving this context parameter from within a Servlet?
A. ServletConfig cfg = getServletConfig(); String feedback = cfg.getInitParameter('feedback');
B. ServletContext ctx = getServletContext(); String feedback = ctx.getInitParameter('email@example.com');
C. ServletContext ctx = getServletContext(); String feedback = ctx.getInitParameter('feedback'); (correct)
D. JSPContext ctx = getJSPContext(); String feedback = ctx.getInitParameter('feedback');
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