Luigui Paredes

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I think
1)Heap Size
C. Can improve WebSphere Application Server start up.

2.-Connection Pooling
A. obtaining and releasing a database connection.
C.(get Datasource, get Connection, close Connection)
D. share connections
Q1.- Stop is necessary

Q2.- the Trace needs to be enabled

A. The FFDC cannot be disable.(True)
B. The FFDC preserves information from a process
C. The Captured data is logged in a binary format.(False)
D. There is no performance impact when running FFDC.(True)
4 C (J2EE Hierarchy:Modules and Deployment Descriptor)
5 C (J2EE Hierarchy:Modules and Deployment Descriptor)
10 B (Check that DataSources,clean up unused connections)
15 BD(moving a Java class)
20 ACD (Java Project Properties)
44 AD (LEVEL:all,entryExit,debug,event STATE:enabled,disabled)
49 B (The Web Deployment Descriptor editor)
52 AD (Run the IBM Agent Controller on the remote machine)


Luigui Paredes
IBM Certified Specialist - IBM WebSphere Application Server V3
IBM Certified Specialist - IBM WebSphere Application Server V4(158)
Enterprise Application Development with IBM WebSphere Studio, V5.0(287)
Enterprise Connectivity with J2EE V1.3(484)
Application Development with IBM WebSphere Studio, V5.0(286)

Originally posted by Howard Kushner:
[ December 03, 2003: Message edited by: Howard Kushner ][/QB]

Question 1:
It is a CMP Entity bean therefore the ejbPostCreate() is before "Insert data in database", then the answer could be C
Question 2:
I agree with A
Question 3:
Of all ways it must set customer in acount, since he is not null in acount
Then the answers are B and D
Question 4:
Dependent value classes are custom serializable objects that can be used as persistence field.
Then the answers could be A and B

Originally posted by mark sev:
The answer to question 6 has to be B and C. Because all documentation says the setRollbackOnly() can only be called on CMT.
Although not required, application beans should explicitly make the decision
to cause a rollback and not leave it to the container. They can do this by
calling the EJBContext.setRollbackOnly method. Remember, application
exceptions result in a commit unless you explicitly call the setRollbackOnly
Note that setRollbackOnly is only available for container-managed
transactions; bean-managed transactions must use the rollback method of
the UserTransaction object.

UserTransaction also has setRollbackOnly() method
UserTransaction ut = mySessionCtx.getUserTransaction();
So the answers are B and D

Originally posted by Serge Adzinets:
I'm in doubt about this question:
9. When setting up the JMS server, in a test environment which is already running message-driven beans (MDB), which of the following properties MUST be configured to correctly communicate messages to a new MDB?
A. Queue JNDI name
B. Initial state to: Started
C. Queue name
D. Connection factory JNDI name
E. Listener port name
Select 2 answers.
Answer A is obviously wrong, E seems to be wrong too, because you set up the listener port in the DD, not in the test environment.
But, you should specify both names and jndi names for both queue and connection factory. So, A, C and D are all correct
Could you show me my mistake?
[ February 09, 2004: Message edited by: Serge Adzinets ]

In JMS Server Properties we have only:
Name, Description, Number of Threads, Queue names, Host, Port and Initial State.
So my answer is B and C