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Developing IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.2 Applications: Advanced XPage Design

Question No: 21 – (Topic 1)

Joe wishes to retrieve the HttpServletRequestwhile his XPage is loading. Which of the following is true regarding this activity?

  1. Joe needs to add the following server side JS code to the afterPageLoad event: var request = facesContext.getRequest();

  2. It is not possible to obtain this information as an XPage is loading

  3. Joe needs to add the following server side JS code to the beforePageLoad event: var externalContext = facesContext.getExternalContext();

    var request = externalContext.getRequest();

  4. Joe needs to add the following client side JS code to the beforePageLoad event: var clientContext = facesContext.getClientContext();

var request = clientContext.getRequest();

Answer: C

Question No: 22 – (Topic 1)

Jeremy wants all of the dijit.Dialog boxes in his application to call a client side JavaScript function called quot;validateFormquot; whenever they are hidden. What is the best solution?

  1. Create a custom Dojo control and use that instead of the standard dijit.Dialog in the application using the following code:

    /**

    * Custom Dojo Control

    */ dojo.provide(#39;com.myco.widget.Dialog#39;); dojo.require(#39;dijit.Dialog#39;);

    (function(){

    dojo.declare(quot;com.myco.widget.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { onHide: validateForm

    })

    }());

    /**

    • Initialization code

      */

      var dialog = new dijit.Dialog();

  2. Whenever he initializes a new dijit.Dialog, add an onHide event like so: var dialog = new dijit.Dialog({

    onHide:validateForm

    }

    );

  3. In the quot;Closequot; or quot;Cancelquot; button of each dialog add a call to validateForm in the onClick event.

  4. Create a custom Dojo control and use that instead of the standard dijit.Dialog in the application using the following code:

    /**

    • Custom Dojo Control

    */ dojo.provide(#39;com.myco.widget.Dialog#39;); dojo.require(#39;dijit.Dialog#39;);

    (function(){

    dojo.declare(quot;com.myco.widget.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { onHide: validateForm

    })

    }());

    /**

    • Initialization code

      */

      var dialog = newcom.myco.widget.Dialog();

  5. Create a custom Dojo control and use that instead of the standard dijit.Dialog in the application using the following code:

    /**

    • Custom Dojo Control

    */ dojo.provide(#39;com.myco.widget.Dialog#39;); dojo.require(#39;dijit.Dialog#39;);

    (function(){

    dojo.declare(quot;com.myco.widget.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { onHide: validateForm

    })

    }());

    /**

    • Initialization code

      */

      var dialog = new com.myco.widget.Dialog();

  6. Create a custom Dojo control and use that instead of the standard dijit.Dialog in the application using the following code:

    /**

    • Custom Dojo Control

    */ dojo.provide(#39;com.myco.widget.Dialog#39;); dojo.require(#39;dijit.Dialog#39;);

    (function(){

    dojo.declare(quot;com.myco.widget.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { onHide: validateForm

    })

    }());

    /**

    • Initialization code

      */

      var dialog = new com.myco.widget.Dialog();

  7. Create a custom Dojo control and use that instead of the standard dijit.Dialog in the application using the following code:

/**

  • Custom Dojo Control

*/ dojo.provide(#39;com.myco.widget.Dialog#39;); dojo.require(#39;dijit.Dialog#39;);

(function(){

dojo.declare(quot;com.myco.widget.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { onHide: validateForm

})

}());

/**

  • Initialization code

    */

    var dialog = new com.myco.widget.Dialog();

    Answer: D,E,F,G

    Question No: 23 – (Topic 1)

    Brandon wants to extend Dojo#39;s dijit.Dialog box to add some extra functionality. How would Brandon declare the new Dojo class?

    1. dijit.declare(quot;brandons.Dialogquot;, quot;dijit.Dialogquot;, { // added functionality });

    2. dojo.declare(quot;brandons.Dialogquot;, quot;dijit.Dialogquot;, { // added functionality });

    3. dojo.declare(quot;brandons.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { // added functionality });

    4. dijit.declare(quot;brandons.Dialogquot;, dijit.Dialog, { // added functionality });

    Answer: C

    Question No: 24 – (Topic 1)

    Eric has added the Dojo Module quot;dijit.form.FilteringSelectquot; to his XPage and set the dojoType on his Combo Box to quot;dijit.form.FilteringSelectquot;. However, when he previews his XPage he is not seeing the FilteringSelect? What has he done wrong?

    1. The correct Dojo module is dijit.FilteringSelect

    2. He has forgotten to set dojoParseOnLoad=quot;truequot; and dojoTheme=quot;truequot;

    3. He needs to use an Edit Box control instead of a Combo Box control

    4. The correct Dojo module is dojo.FilteringSelect

    Answer: B

    Question No: 25 – (Topic 1)

    Marco has built anXPage that has increased in complexity over time and now contains several hundred lines of XSP markup, with many postback actions that conditionalize the display of the page. He feels that the page does not perform well and is looking to improve the responsiveness for the end-user. He is considering the following actions to improve performance. All of the following actions may improve performance EXCEPT which one:

    1. Reduce the size of the page by splitting it up into several custom controls wherever possible.

    2. Use Partial Refresh to conditionally redraw only those parts of the page impacted by postback actions.

    3. Conditionally set the quot;loadedquot; property to quot;truequot; for controls and data sources that are displayed, and quot;falsequot; when they are hidden.

    4. Use scoped variables to store/retrieve data that will not change between postback requests.

    Answer: A

    Question No: 26 – (Topic 1)

    Liz must do a code review of a third party XPages application in order to optimize performance wherever possible. She has come up with a shortlist of things to do. Each of the following can be used to improve performance EXCEPT which one?

    1. Using partial refresh wherever possible.

    2. Replacing post-based requests with get-based requests wherever possible

    3. Setting the dataCache property on Domino view data sources to quot;fullquot; wherever possible

    4. Using viewScope variables to manage application state wherever possible

    Answer: C

    Question No: 27 – (Topic 1)

    Titus has created a JSON string that he will pass to the browser. What method could he use to convert the string to an object?

    1. dijit,fromJson()

    2. dojo.fromJson()

    3. dojo.toJson()

    4. dijit.toJson()

    Answer: B

    Question No: 28 – (Topic 1)

    Elizabeth needs toparse the contents of a web page held on a remote server into an applicationScope variable via the server side onclick event of a button using Server Side JavaScript. How would she do this?

    1. It is not possible to perform network operations from Server Side JavaScript

    2. Create a new Java class to perform the operation in a Java Script Library and call it from the onclick event of the button.

    3. Create a new Java class to perform the operation in a Java Agent and call it from the onclick event of the button.

    4. Create a new Java class to perform the operation in the WebContent\WEB-INF\src folder via the Package Explorer and call it from the onclick

    event of the button.

    Answer: D

    Question No: 29 – (Topic 1)

    John has an XPages application whose UI is entirely in English. John#39;s company has expanded to new markets and as a result the application now also needs to support French and German users. Which of the following are the first steps that John should take in order to localize his application?

    1. Create a new application for each language, copying the XPage and Custom control design elements to the new applications, localizing the

      XPages and Custom Controls in each application

    2. Use a tool like Domino Global Workbench to localize the application and make it a multilingual application

    3. Create a copy of each of the XPages and Custom Controls, suffixed by the language identified (e.g. _en, _fr etc..) and localize the contents of

      the suffixed design element.

    4. Add English, French and German in the XPage localization options in Application Properties, perform a #39;clean#39; and #39;rebuild#39; on the application.

    Enter the translated strings in the generated properties files.

    Answer: D

    Question No: 30 – (Topic 1)

    Eric is writing an XPages in the Notes Client (XPinC) application and has a data type problem in a Server Side JavaScript function. How canhe find out more information about the objects in his code?

    1. Use print() and _dump statements in his code and look for the output on the server console

    2. Use print() and _dump statements in his code and look in Help -gt;Support -gt; View Trace

      for the output

    3. Set up a new debug configuration in the Java perspective in Domino Designer and then set a breakpoint in the code and step through it to

      examine the objects

    4. Add a Firebug Lite control to his XPage and then set abreakpoint in the code using Firebug in the Notes Client

    Answer: B

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