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Oracle SOA Foundation Practitioner

Question No: 31

You are implementing a BPEL process for your client. In the implementation scenario, the BPEL process sends a request to a service and waits until it receives a reply, or until a certain time limit is reached, which ever comes first. Which activity will be used to achieve this?

  1. Pick.

  2. Assign.

  3. Wait.

  4. While.

Answer: A Explanation:

A. Pick

Pick Activity

This activity waits for the occurrence of one event in a set of events and performs the activity associated with that event. The occurrence of the events is often mutually exclusive (the process either receives an acceptance or rejection message, but not both). If more than one of the events occurs, then the selection of the activity to perform depends on

which event occurred first.

If the events occur nearly simultaneously, there is a race and the choice of activity to be performed is dependent on both timing and implementation.

Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11036_01/integrate.1013/b28981/appx_ref.htm#CIACBBIG)

Question No: 32

You are using Oracle BPELPM/human workflow. You have a case where the participant can just receive a notification task and the business process will not wait for the participant#39;s response.

Which participant type will you choose?

  1. Single

  2. Parallel.

  3. Serial.

  4. FYI (for your information)

Answer: D Explanation:

D. FYI (For Your Information)

This participant also maps to a single user, group, or role, just as in single approver. However, this pattern indicates that the participant just receives a notification task and the business process does not wait for the participant#39;s response. FYI participants cannot directly impact the outcome of a task, but in some cases can provide comments or add attachments.

Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/integration.1111/e10224/ bp_introhwf.htm)

Question No: 33

What are the missing tags on the following snippet?

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  1. Fault handlers, catchAll.

  2. Fault, catch.

  3. faultHandlers, catch.

  4. CatchAll, fault

Answer: B Explanation:

C. faultHandlers, catch.

lt;faultHandlersgt;

lt;catch faultName=quot;services:NegativeCreditquot; faultVariable=quot;crErrorquot;gt;

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/integration.1111/e10224/ bp_faults.htm

Question No: 34

You are building a composite application using Oracle jdeveloper 11g composite editor, to which files you refer to understand the services and references for each service component and to ensure that the writing you create between components works? (* refers to the name of a composite/component /process of a particular composite application.)

  1. *.xml

  2. *_componentType.

  3. *_mplan.

  4. *.decs.

  5. *.ref

Answer: C

Explanation: A SOA composite application consists of the following Oracle Mediator files:

composite.xml: This file describes the entire SOA composite application. For information about the composite.xml file, see Chapter 2, quot;Developing SOA Composite Applications with Oracle SOA Suite.quot;

componentType: This file describes the services and references for a service component. ies are made of one or m

mplan: This file contains Oracle Mediator metadata.

wsdl: The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file specifies how other services call an Oracle Mediator. A WSDL file defines the input and output messages and operations of an Oracle Mediator.

Note:

  • Oracle Mediator is a service component of the Oracle SOA Suite that provides mediation capabilities such as selective routing, transformation, and validation capabilities, along with various message exchange patterns, such as synchronous, asynchronous, and event publishing or subscriptions.

    Oracle Mediator provides a lightweight framework to mediate between various components within a composite application. Oracle Mediator converts data to facilitate communication between different interfaces exposed by different components that are wired to build a SOA composite application.

  • You can create an Oracle Mediator service component in a SOA composite application of Oracle JDeveloper and then configure it using the Mediator Editor. To display the Mediator Editor, double-click the Oracle Mediator service component in the SOA Composite Editor.

Question No: 35

What is true about replay fault?

  1. A replay fault is thrown inside the activity. It is thrown because the invocation fails. For example a SOAP fault is returned by the remote service.

  2. A replay fault re executes the activity inside a scope. The server than reexecute the scope from beginning.

  3. A replay fault is thrown inside an activity if the preparation of the invocation fails. For example the WSDL of the process fails to load.

  4. A replay fault is not retryable and this type of fault usually must be fixed by human intervention.

Answer: B Explanation:

B. A replay fault re executes the activity inside a scope. The server than reexecute the scope from beginning.

12.3.2.3 replayFault

A replayFault replays the activity inside a scope. At any point inside a scope, this fault is migrated up to the scope. The server then re-executes the scope from the beginning.

Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/integration.1111/e10224/ bp_faults.htm)

Question No: 36

By default, fault policy file (fault policies. Xml) and fault policies binding file (fault binding.xml) are placed in the same directory as—.

  1. PoliciesBindings .xml

  2. Composite.xml

  3. Parent.xml

  4. Config.xml

Answer: B Explanation:

B. Composite.xml

The fault policy file (fault-policies.xml) and fault policy bindings file (fault-bindings.xml) are placed in either of the following locations:

In the same directory as the composite.xml file of the SOA composite application. Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/dev.1111/e10224/bp_faults.htm)

Question No: 37

Which two statements are true about Oracle WSM policy framework?

  1. It manages and secures web services consistently across your organization.

  2. It can be used by developers at design time, and also by system administrators at routine.

  3. It manages service orchestration and reliable message delivery.

  4. It does not leverage the Oracle platform security service.

Answer: A,B Explanation:

  1. It manages and secures Web services consistently across the organizations.

  2. It can be used by developers at design time and also by system administrators at runtime.

Page # 13

Reference (http://www.oracle.com/partners/en/knowledge-zone/middleware/oracleservice- oriented-architecture-soa/soa-exam-study-guide-308758.pdf)

Question No: 38

Identify the type of BPEL sensors. (Choose 3)

  1. Activity sensors.

  2. Adapter sensors.

  3. Variable sensors.

  4. Fault sensors.

  5. Service sensors.

Answer: A,C,D Explanation:

A. Activity sensors.

  1. Variable sensors.

  2. Fault sensors.

    You can define the following types of sensors, either through Oracle JDeveloper or manually by providing sensor configuration files:

    1. Activity sensors: Activity sensors are used to monitor the execution of activities within a BPEL process. For example, they can monitor the execution time of an invoke activity or how long it takes to complete a scope. Along with the activity sensor, you can also monitor variables of the activity.

    2. Variable sensors: Variable sensors are used to monitor variables (or parts of a variable) of a BPEL process. For example, variable sensors can monitor the input and output data of a BPEL process.

    3. Fault sensors: Fault sensors are used to monitor BPEL faults.

      Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16764_01/integration.1111/e10224/ bp_sensors.htm amp; http://infivista.com/blog/?p=31)

      Question No: 39

      What is true about BPEL flowN activity?

      1. The flow and flowN activities are complimentary, with the flowN being perform when dealing with large number of flows.

      2. The flowN activity creates multiple flows equal to the value of N, which is defined at routine.

      3. The branches created by flowN perform different activities based on the value of N.

      4. Each branch in the flow uses the same input variables but perform different activities based on the value of N.

Answer: B Explanation:

B. The flowN activity creates multiple flows equal to the value of N, which is defined at runtime.

The flowN activity creates multiple flows equal to the value of N, which is defined at run time based on the data available and logic within the process.

An index variable increments each time a new branch is created, until the index variable reaches the value of N.

Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11036_01/integrate.1013/b28981/parallel.htm)

Question No: 40

Identify three applicable features of Oracle mediator.

  1. Event handling.

  2. Content-based and header-based routing.

  3. Error handling.

  4. Event sevsor.

    Answer: A,B,C Explanation:

    Oracle Mediator provides the following features:

    1. Content-Based and Header-Based Routing

    2. Event Handling: An event is a message sent because an activity occurred in a business environment. Oracle Mediator supports subscribing to business events and raising business events. You can subscribe to a business event that is generated when a situation of interest occurs. For example, you can subscribe to an event that is generated when a new customer is created and then use this event to start a business process, such as sending a confirmation email.

      Similarly, you can generate business events when a situation of interest occurs. For example, after a new customer profile is created, you can generate a customer-created event.

    3. Error Handling: Oracle Mediator supports both manual error handling and error handling based on a fault policy. A fault policy consists of conditions and actions, where the conditions specify the action to be carried out for a particular error condition.

      Reference (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E21764_01/integration.1111/e10224/ med_gsmed.htm)

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