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1Z0-976 Oracle CPQ Cloud Service 2017 Implementation Essentials

Exam Number: 1Z0-976
Exam Title: Oracle CPQ Cloud Service 2017 Implementation Essentials
Duration: 120
Number of Questions:  70
Passing Score: 70%
Format: Multiple Choice

General Administration Functionality
Define Company and User set up
Use the Migration Management Center
Explain Homepage Flows, Punch-Ins, and Page Templates
Perform Bulk Uploads and Downloads
Set up users and groups with access rights
Set up Partner Organizations
Create Usage reports and Site statistics
Perform the functions of File Manager
Access various system Log files
Perform various functions on Parts
Set up Invocation Rules

Configuration
Design the Product Structure (Product Family Hierarchy)
Set up Configurable Attributes
Design and Build an Array-Based Configuration
Design Configuration Rules
Describe UI / UX Heuristics
Describe the Order of Operations

Commerce Process
Design Commerce Pricing
Design Commerce Workflow
Design Approval Workflow and Notifications
Design Commerce UI and Access Rights
Design Commerce Rules
Invoke a commerce process
Describe the Order of Operations
Use Formula Management
Describe Customer-Specific Pricing

Document Designer
Create Document Designer (Layout, Elements, Conditions, Loops etc.)
Describe Language Translations
Design custom XSL Snippets
Describe Email Designer

Integration – CRM/ERP/REST APIs
Design and implement a Parts Integration (FTP / SOAP)
Design out-of-box integrations with CRM Systems
Design and configure webServices (SOAP and REST)
Design and integrate CPQ Cloud with ERP or other backend systems
Install and configure a CPQ Cloud Managed Package
Develop Environment and Testing strategies
Describe the CPQ Cloud ICS adapter
Design and implement an FTP Data Import

BigMachines Language (BML)
Explain and use BML
Explain BMQL and its use cases
Write and design BML scripts
Design Integrations using BML
Use BML functions
Explain BML Library functions

Subscription Ordering and BOM Mapping

Explain BOM Mapping
Implement BOM Mapping
Configure Subscription Ordering

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QUESTION 1
Consider the following requirements for integration with Salesforce:
Quote information needs to be pushed back to Salesforce and synchronized.
You must be able to synchronize a Quote with up to 1000 lines back to Opportunity Product object in Salesforce.
Based on these requirements, which three XSLs would you use to provide the integration?

A. SFDC Opportunity – Import
B. SFDC Quote – Upsert
C. SFDC Products – Upsert All (200, 400, 600, 800, 1000)
D. SFDC Quote – Process Updates
E. SFDC Opportunity – Upload

Answer: C,D,E


QUESTION 2
Which is a recommended option for using Oracle CPQ Cloud SPQ Cloud BigMachines WebServices?

A. Hard code URLs into BML when making GET and POST calls.
B. Store XML templates in file manager and use them from within BML.
C. Make WebServices calls directly from the rules.
D. Save and reuse session IDs regularly.

Answer: B


QUESTION 3
What is the correct order of execution of Configuration rules for an attribute that has both Recommendation and Constraint rule written on it?

A. Hiding, Constraint, Recommendation, Recommended Item
B. Recommendation, Recommended Item, Hiding, Constraint
C. Recommendation, Constraint, Recommendation, Hiding, Recommended Item
D. Constraint, Hiding, Recommendation, Recommended Item

Answer: A


QUESTION 4
How can action buttons be hidden in Commerce?

A. by using Commerce hiding rules
B. by using Configuration hiding rules
C. by using profiles and steps in Commerce
D. by putting the action button bar on a hidden tab in Commerce

Answer: B


QUESTION 5
The following BML code in Config encountered an HTTP 404 error from someurl.com.
urldatabypost (http://someurl.com, “a1=v1&a2=v2”, “call failed”)
Which two statements are true?

A. The call will return “HTTP 404 Not Found”.
B. The call will return “call failed”.
C. An HTTP error will be displayed in red text with the message “HTTP 404 Not Found” at the top of the configuration screen.
D. The HTTP error will be captured in the BigMachines Error Logs: bm.log.
E. An unhandled exception will be displayed in red text at the top of configuration screen.

Answer: B,E

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1Z0-964 Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud 2017 Implementation Essentials

Associated Certification Paths
Passing this exam is required to earn these certifications. Select each certification title below to view full requirements.

Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud 2017 Certified Implementation Specialist

Exam Details
Duration: 120
Number of Questions: 76
Passing Score: 60%
Exam has been validated against Oracle Fusion Project Portfolio Management Cloud Service R12.
Format: Multiple Choice

Fusion Project Portfolio Management overview
Describe the components of Oracle Cloud Project Portfolio Management
Explain the components available for integration

Navigation, User Experience, and Personalization
Describe the business processes that are supported by approvals and workflows
Set up approval and notification tasks

Oracle Fusion Applications Security Overview
Describe the Fusion Applications Security Console
Identify the roles delivered in a seeded security implementation
Manage roles and duties

Fusion Functional Setup Manager
Describe the Fusion Functional Setup Manager
Manage an implementation project
Describe the Rapid Implementation Workbook

Configure Fusion Common Applications
Explain Organizational Structures in Fusion Project Performance Management
Set up Enterprise Structures Units
Manage Reference Data sharing

Common project configuration
Explain common project configuration in Fusion Project Performance Management
Manage Subledger Accounting

Configure Fusion Project Foundation
Set up Project Calendars and Periods
Set up Types and Categorizations
Set up Project Roles
Manage Project Resources
Describe Rate Schedules
Describe Project Types
Explain Action Controls (Microsoft Project Integration)
Set up Transaction Sources
Manage Project Statuses

Configure Fusion Project Costing
Configure Fusion Project Cost Collection Center
Manage Burdening Schedules
Manage Allocations
Explain capitalized interest calculations
Describe Budgetary Controls
Configure Time & Labor for projects
Configure Fusion Integration Options
Describe Fusion Integration Methods

Configure Fusion Project Control
Configure the Resource Breakdown Structure
Setup Plan Types
Set up Project Budgets and Forecasts
Describe Project templates
Describe Financial Plans vs Project Plans

Configure Fusion Project Billing
Configure the Project Contract Model
Set up Revenue Recognition
Set up Project Invoicing
Configure Project Cross Charging and Transfer Pricing
Describe Borrowed and Lent vs Intercompany / Interproject Billing

Configure Project Performance Reporting
Configure Key Performance Indicators for project performance reporting

Configure Project Management
Describe common project execution components
Set up Project and Task codes
Set up Issue and Deliverable types
Describe project requirements
Set up Project Enterprise Structures
Configure Social Network for Project Execution

Configure Project Resource Management
Configure Project Labor Enterprise Resources
Set up Resource Pools
Set up Talent Profile Content

Fusion Project Reporting
Configure Infolets for PPM
Describe Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI)

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1Z0-404 Oracle Communications Session Border Controller 7 Basic Implementation Essentials

Exam Details
Duration: 120
Number of Questions:  70
Passing Score: 70%

Exam has been validated against Oracle Session Border Controller 7.

Format: Multple Choice

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Oracle SBC Configuration and Administration
Oracle SBC Troubleshooting

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Essentials
Describe SIP and architecture elements: SIP proxies and back-to-back user agents (B2BUAs)
Diagnose and troubleshoot a basic SIP call flow processed by Oracle Session Border Controller

Introduction to Session Border Controller (SBC)
Describe the basic functions of a Session Border Controller
Describe the boot process and the SBC services

Initial Configuration
Explain the boot parameters and their effects
Describe the configuration concepts and configuration tree
Execute user and super-user level commands in the ACLI
Analyze, create, modify, and delete configuration elements
Perform routine operations including boot-related operations

Provisioning Interfaces
Describe the network interface’s default behavior and how it is altered
Provision physical interfaces
Provision network interfaces (VLAN and non-VLAN)
Enable/disable management operations through a media interface

Session Border Controller Concepts
Explain realms and realm bridging
Configure global SIP parameters and Media Manager
Configure realms, SIP interfaces, and steering pools
Configure routing policies, session agents, and header manipulation rules

Peering Environment Configuration
Describe the Policy-Based Realm Bridging (PBRB) configuration tasks in Peering environments
Configure a working Peering environment
Configure Peering access rules

Access-Backbone Environment Configuration
Explain registration caching, Hosted NAT Traversal (HNT), and Adaptive HNT
Configure the PBRB model in an Access-Backbone environment

Configuring SBC High Availability
Explain the operation of the high-availability mechanism and SBC node states
Configure a high-availability SBC pair
Manage a high-availability SBC pair system failover


QUESTION 1
The Session Border Controller ACLI is structured in a way that separates configuration of layers 3,4, and 5. This allows the system administrator to link each configuration together as needed for signaling and media routing purposes.
Which two options are valid to link signaling and media interfaces to a realm? (Choose two.)

A. Navigate to the iwf-config configuration element and set the media-interface-id parameter to the realm name.
B. Navigate to the account-config configuration element and set the realm-id parameter to the realm name.
C. Navigate to the network-interface configuration element and set the sip-interface-id parameter to the realm name.
D. Navigate to the steering-pool configuration element and set the realm-id parameter to the realm name.
E. Navigate to the sip-interface configuration element and set the realm-id parameter to the realm name.

Answer: A,B


QUESTION 2
You are configuring access rules in a Session Border ControllerPeering architecture.
Which two configuration steps are required to allow access only from User Agents (UAs) configured as session agents? (Choose two.)

A. Navigate to the sip-port configuration element and set the allow-anonymous parameter to all.
B. Navigate to the session-agent configuration element and set the ip-address parameter to the IP subnet of your trusted User Agent (UA).
C. Navigate to the realm-config configuration element and set the addr-prefix parameter to the IP subnet of your trusted User Agent (UA).
D. Navigate to the sip-port configuration element and set the allow-anonymous parameter to agents-only.
E. Navigate to the sip-port configuration element and set the allow-anonymous parameter to address-prefix.

Answer: B,E


QUESTION 3
You need to configure the Session Border Controller toperform load balancing between two downstream SIP proxies.
Which option shows the configuration elements that you should configure for the load balancing feature?

A. session-router and router-group
B. realm-config and enum-group
C. group-policy andload-policy
D. proxy and proxy-pool
E. local-policy and session-group

Answer: A


QUESTION 4
You were working with the Session Border Controller in configuration mode and you forgot toclose your session.
Your colleague who connected after you left says that he cannot enter into configuration mode.
Why is your colleague not able to configure the Session Border Controller?

A. The Session Border Controller does not allow more than one configuration session within 24 hours.
B. The Session Border Controller does not support Telnet/SSH timeouts.
C. The Session Border Controller supports only one simultaneous configuration session, and the Telnet/SSH timeouts are set to 0.
D. The Session Border Controller supports only 10 simultaneous configuration sessions.
E. The Session Border Controller supports only five simultaneous Telnet/SSH sessions.

Answer: C

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1Z0-066 Oracle Database 12c: Data Guard Administration

1Z0-066 Oracle Database 12c: Data Guard Administration

Oracle Data Guard Basics
Describe the Architecture of Oracle Data Guard
Explain the applicability between physical and logical standby and snapshot databases
Explain the benefits of implementing Oracle Data Guard
Explain Data Guard use with the Oracle Multi-tennant databases

Creating a Physical Standby Database by Using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Create a Data Guard broker configuration
Create a physical standby database
Verify a Data Guard configuration
Edit database properties related to Data Guard
Test a Data Guard configuration

Managing Oracle Net Services in a Data Guard Environment
Configure client connectivity in a Data Guard configuration
Implement failover procedures to automatically redirect clients to a new primary database
Using Application Continuity in a Data Guard Environment

Creating a Physical Standby Database by Using SQL and RMAN Commands
Configure the primary database and Oracle Net Services to support the creation of the physical standby database and role transition
Create a physical standby database by using the DUPLICATE TARGET DATABASE FOR STANDBY FROM ACTIVE DATABASE RMAN command

Using Oracle Active Data Guard
Use Real-time Query to access data on a physical standby database
Enable RMAN block change tracking for a physical standby database
Use Far Sync to extend zero data loss protection for intercontinental configurations
Using Temporary Undo. Global Sequences and Session Sequences
Using Automatic Block Media Recovery
Configure Real-Time Cascading

Creating and Managing a Snapshot Standby Database
Create a snapshot standby database to meet the requirement for a temporary, updatable snapshot of a physical standby database
Convert a snapshot standby database back to a physical standby database

Creating a Logical Standby Database
Determine when to create a logical standby database
Create a logical standby database
Manage SQL Apply filtering

Oracle Data Guard Broker Basics
Describe the Data Guard broker architecture
Describe the Data Guard broker components
Explain the benefits of the Data Guard broker
Describe Data Guard broker configurations

Creating a Data Guard Broker Configuration
Create a Data Guard broker configuration
Manage the Data Guard broker configuration

Monitoring a Data Guard Broker Configuration
Use Enterprise Manager to manage your Data Guard configuration
Invoke DGMGRL to manage your Data Guard configuration

Configuring Data Protection Modes
Describe the data protection modes
Change the data protection mode of your configuration

Performing Role Transitions
Explain the database roles
Perform a switchover
Perform a failover

Using Flashback Database in a Data Guard Configuration
Configure Flashback Database
Explain the advantages of using Flashback Database in a Data Guard configuration

Enabling Fast-Start Failover
Configure fast-start failover
View information about the fast-start failover configuration
Manage the observer
Perform role changes in a fast-start failover configuration
Manually reinstate the primary database

Backup and Recovery Considerations in an Oracle Data Guard Configuration
Use Recovery Manager (RMAN) to back up and restore files in a Data Guard configuration
Offload backups to a physical standby database
Recovering databases in a Data Guard Environment
Managing Archive Redo Logs in a Data Guard Environment

Patching and Upgrading Databases in a Data Guard Configuration
Patch and upgrade databases using traditional patch methods
Perform rolling upgrades

Optimizing a Data Guard Configuration
Monitor configuration performance
Optimize redo transport for best performance
Optimize SQL Apply


QUESTION: No: 1
Which two statements are true for Data Guard environments with multi-tenant databases?

A. DB_UNIQUE_NAME must be specified differently for each pluggable database within a multitenant
standby database.
B. Each pluggable database within a multi-tenant physical standby database has a minimum of one
associated Oracle Net service name.
C. Each pluggable database within a multi-tenant physical standby has one MRP background process
running during redo apply.
D. A pluggable database within a multi-tenant standby database can have a different open mode than the
container database
E. A pluggable database within a multi-tenant standby database can have a different database role than
the container database.

Answer: A, D


QUESTION: No: 2
Your Data Guard environment has two remote physical standby databases Client applications use the
local naming method to connect to the primary database instance.
You want applications to automatically connect to the new primary database instance in case of a
switchover or a failover
Which will fulfill this requirement?

A. Create a database service on each standby database that is started automatically by a trigger, when
the database rote is PRIMARY, modify the connection description used by client applications to include all
the standby hosts and connect to the database instance using that service name.
B. Create a database service on the primary database that is started automatically by a trigger, when the
database role is PRIMARY, modify the connection descriptors used by client applications to include all the
standby hosts and connect to the database instance using that service name.
C. Set the INSTANCE_NAME parameter identically on all databases; modify the connection descriptor on
client applications to include all the standby hosts and connect to the database instance using that service
name.c
D. Set the DB_NAME and DB_UNIQUE_NAME identical on all databases, modify the connection
descriptors on client applications to include all the standby hosts and connect to the database using that
service name.

Answer: A


QUESTION: No: 3
Examine the Data Guard configuration:
DGMGRL >show configuration;
Configuration-Animals
Protection Mode MaxPerformance Databases
dogs-Primary database
sheep-Snapshot standby database
cats-Snapshot standby database
Fast-Start Failover: DISABLED
Configuration Status: SUCCESS
You receive an error while attempting to raise the protection mode to Maximum Availability:
DGMGDRL> edit configuration set protection mode as max availability;
Error ORA-16627 operation disallowed since no standby databases would remain to support protection
mode Failed.
Identify two statements that you can execute, either one of which will enable successful raising of the
protection mode to Maximum Availability.

A. DGMGRL> convert database sheep to physical standby;
B. DGMGRL> convert database cats to physical standby;
C. DGMGRL> edit database dogs set property LogXptMode= fastsync;
D. DGMGRL> edit database sheep set property LogXptMode= fastsync;
E. DGMGRL> edit database cats set property LogXptMode= sync;

Answer: B, E


QUESTION: No: 4
You administer a Data Guard environment with a primary and two physical standby databases.
One of the physical standby databases is used for reporting and is on the same host as the primary
database.
The other physical standby database is remote, used for disaster recovery and REDO is routed to it via a
far sync instance.
Backups are offloaded to the remote physical standby.
Which three are true concerning the management of archive logs in this Data Guard configuration?

A. Archive logs on the primary database may be deleted once they are applied on all standby databases.
B. Archive logs on the primary database may be deleted once they are shipped on all standby databases.
C. The deletion policy for archive logs on the remote physical standby should be set so that archived logs
are deleted once they backed up at least once on the remote physical standby database.
D. The deletion policy for archive logs on the remote physical standby should be set so that archived logs
are deleted once they are applied on all standby databases.
E. Archive logs on the primary database may be deleted once they are archived locally to disk.

Answer: A, D, E


QUESTION: No: 5
Which two are prerequisites for configuring flashback database for Oracle 12c databases, in a Data
Guard environment?

A. a flash recovery area must be configured
B. The database must be in MOUNT state.
C. The database must be in ARCHIVELOG mode.
D. A far sync instance must be configured to flash back a standby when the primary has been flashed back.
E. The Data Guard Broker must be used.

Answer: A, C

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Oracle just made its biggest Sparc announcement since buying Sun

The M7 is the first Sparc processor designed from the ground up by Oracle

When Oracle bought Sun Microsystems five years ago, Larry Ellison made a lot of noise about how owning the entire systems stack, from applications to silicon, would allow him to do unique things with Oracle’s servers. After five years of bluster and hype, he may finally have delivered — but will customers buy what he’s selling?

Oracle is announcing a new line of servers at OpenWorld on Monday based on a new Sparc processor called the M7. It has the usual improvements you’d expect in a new chip — more cores, bigger caches, higher bandwidth — but more interesting are software functions Oracle has embedded into the silicon to improve the performance and security of applications.

They include a memory protection technology that could provide a new level of security for in-memory databases, and an acceleration engine that allows data to be decompressed in near-real time for analytics, allowing for wider use of compressed data.

“Both of those are very interesting, because they’re features I don’t think a company that makes just chips — that didn’t have the software guys working with them — would have invented,” said Nathan Brookwood, principal analyst at Insight64.

With each new processor Oracle has released, he says, he asked the company what new features it was able to include as a result of owning both the silicon and software. “Invariably they would say, well, you know, it takes time to do that, we don’t really have anything yet,” he said. “But with the M7, they do.”

It’s also the first new Sparc processor core designed entirely in-house by Oracle. It takes four to six years to design a new microprocessor, and it’s been that long since Oracle bought Sun. “This is the first project that has Larry’s fingerprints all over it,” said Marshall Choy, Oracle senior director for Optimized Solutions.

The M7 will go on sale Monday in new models of Oracle’s T- and M-series servers, as well as an upgrade to the Oracle Supercluster, a pre-configured system for running the Oracle database.

The memory protection technology, dubbed “silicon-secured memory,” prevents malicious programs from accessing parts of main memory that they’re not supposed to — thwarting a common attack method for hackers.

When an application needs a new chunk of memory, the M7 creates a unique “color bit,” or key, which ensures the application can access only the portion of memory assigned to it. When the application process ends, the key expires and a new one is created for the next memory allocation.

“That’s how we can prevent a piece of malware from accessing a memory segment it’s not authorized to, because it will do that color code checking and abort the program if it doesn’t match,” Choy said.

The feature is significant because customers are putting larger amounts of data in memory for analytics, where it’s more to vulnerable to attack. The secured memory technology will be available to any application that runs on the M7 systems, Choy said, not just those from Oracle. It can also uncover low-level bugs in software because it exposes any problems with memory allocation, he said.

For decompression, the accelerator in the chip runs at the full speed of Oracle’s in-memory database, meaning customers can use compressed data for in-memory computing without the performance overhead they would normally incur.

Oracle is offering the M7 chip both in its T-series servers, used for scale-out configurations, and in its M-series servers, which scale up to form big SMP boxes. It’s the first time Oracle will use the same processor across both product lines. “We literally have one chip,” Choy said. “We have exactly one part number for the M7.”

The processor has 32 cores, up from 12 in the M6, and a clock speed that tops out 15 percent faster, at 4.1GHz. It has four times the cache per core as its predecessor, and doubles memory bandwidth.

Oracle claims its new servers run common benchmarks like SpecJ with full encryption and still best those of rivals like IBM. Real world performance will depend on a lot of customer-specific variables, but the M7 looks like a powerful chip.

The T series servers are offered with one, two and four processor sockets, and the M series servers with eight to 16 sockets. That’s fewer than the 32-socket configurations supported by the M6, but Oracle apparently wasn’t seeing a lot of demand for the biggest configurations. “We think 16-way will be very sufficient,” Choy said.

The new servers also allow for live migration of virtual machines while encrypted, for tasks like disaster recovery or planned maintenance.

“If you have a rogue employee who puts a packet sniffer on the network, or malware that’s able to commandeer VMs in transit, you’ll get nothing back in terms of usable data,” he said.

Oracle needs the new capabilities if it’s going to win new customers for its hardware, at a time when the Unix market overall is declining and customers are putting more workloads into the cloud.

“The biggest challenge Oracle is facing is that it’s still an uphill battle to get people who aren’t already using Sparc and Solaris to move onto anything that isn’t broadly industry standard,” Brookwood said.

But Ellison has shown shown a continued willingness to invest in Sparc.

“He has the resources to keep this going as long as he wants, and that’s important,” Brookwood said. “It’s a luxury Sun never had.”

 

 

 

 

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