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I have this questions, i'd like theirs answers and why?

1. A customer has requested a presentation discussing WebSphere MQ fundamental concepts for an audience of application programmers and systems analysts. Which of the following is an appropriate analogy for an application that is processing items from a queue?
A. Processing an interrupt
B. Processing a transaction
C. Processing a record from a batch file
D. Processing a subroutine call


2. A presentation is being given that discusses WebSphere MQ fundamental concepts for an audience of application programmers and systems analysts. Which of the following analogies is MOST appropriate for an application processing items from a queue?
A. Processing an interrupt
B. Processing a transaction
C. Processing a subroutine call
D. Processing a record from a batch file


3. A presentation is being given that discusses WebSphere MQ fundamental concepts for an audience of application programmers and systems analysts. Which of the following analogies is MOST appropriate for an application putting items on a queue?
A. Creating an interrupt
B. Creating a transaction
C. Issuing a subroutine call
D. Writing a record to a batch file


4. Messages are to be sent bi-directionally between a CICS transaction and a WebSphere MQ application on a Windows 2000 server. For maximum compatibility with existing CICS programs, the messages will be text and any numeric fields sent from Windows 2000 will be converted to ASCII representation by the Windows 2000 program when building the message to send. Where should the data conversion be implemented?
A. CICS
B. Sender
C. Receiver
D. Windows 2000


5. Which of the following are advantages of a hub & spoke topology for deployment of a WebSphere MQ architecture?
(Select 2)
A. Reduced number of queue definitions
B. Better performance
C. Reduced number of channels between queue managers
D. Reduced application coding
E. Fewer queue managers


6. When operating in an AIX HACMP environment, which of the following will ensure that messages previously written to application queues are still available in a failover situation?
A. Shared queues
B. Remote queues
C. Shared disks
D. Cluster queues
 
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My answers:
1.C
2.D
3.D
4.B
5.B,C
6.C
 
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