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I came across the following question on a blog site recently:



I would choose b to be the correct answer, but strangely the correct answer is d. Why is that? TOGAF sucks!
 
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Don't know TOGAF. Disregarding what TOGAF thinks, what I think is:

An artifact is like a piece of software or system or file or diagram (whatever).

A deliverable can cover many things eg document specs, source files, artifacts etc ... so broad

A xxx block ... no idea what that is.

So for me I will choose D
 
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Joe,
A big part of the TOGAF exam is how well you know the definitions and docs about TOGAF. From the defintions, a building blocks is:

Represents a (potentially re-usable) component of business, IT, or architectural capability that can be combined with other building blocks to deliver architectures and solutions.



That's not about viewpoints.
 
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