C9510-319 IBM WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools V8.5 with Liberty Profile

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Number of questions: 55
Number of questions to pass: 31
Time allowed: 150 mins
Status: Live

The test consists of five sections containing a total of 55 multiple-choice questions. The percentages after each section title reflect the approximate distribution of the total question set across the sections.

Section 1 – Product Knowledge and Installation 9%
Install WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools (WDT)
Install and configure WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile
Modify an installation of the WDT to add extra components
List the characteristics and capabilities of WDT
List the characteristics and capabilities of Liberty Profile

Section 2 – Java EE Development 16%
Create a runtime
Create a web project
Develop a JAX-RS application
Develop a JSF application
Configure an application to use JPA
Configure applications using Deployment Descriptor editors
Configure applications using annotations and the Annotations view
Distinguish between API and SPI on project classpath
Refactor resources

Section 3 – OSGi Development 18%
Create an OSGi bundle
Use the Web project creation wizard to create a web bundle
Select the workspace target platform
Convert a Java EE project to an OSGi bundle
Create a blueprint service
Import and export to and from WDT
Use Manifest Editors
Use the Bundle Explorer
Refactor resources

Section 4 – Configuration and Deployment 37%
Create a Liberty server
Configure the Liberty server
Create database resources
Administer the server instance
Use the Server Configuration Editor
Publish an application to the server
Debug applications on the server
Use the Runtime Explorer View
Configure the shared libraries
Share server configuration
Set up multiple-user directories
Manage features
Use security utility tools
Configure security
Compose configuration from multiple files
Configure classloaders

Section 5 – Problem Determination 20%
Identify problem determination tools
Fix problems in the problem view
Fix port conflicts
Fix database access errors
Fix security problems
Resolve OSGi deployment problems
Collect error and trace logs on the server
Use the Monitor feature for performance monitoring

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QUESTION 1
Which of the possible files can be used to modify the mappings from WSDL to Java for a JAXWS- based application?

A. WSDL
B. XML schema
C. JAX-B binding file
D. JAX-WS binding file
E. JSR 109 mapping metadata file

Answer: A,C,D


QUESTION 2
A developer is building a JAX-WS Web service to be deployed on IBM Web Sphere Application Server V7.0. The service consumers are financial institutions with client applications using Microsoft .NET V3.5. The service will be used to retrieve image files and send them to the financial institutions. What is the recommended approach to send the image files?

A. SOAP with Attachments
B. Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME)
C. Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM)
D. Message Handlers and the SOAP with Attachments API for Java (SAAJ)

Answer: C


QUESTION 3
Refer to the exhibit. Weather? Web service is configured under the WeatherBeanWeb context. From the diagram in the exhibit, what is the correct URI for TCP/IP Monitor to work?

A. http://localhost/WeatherBeanWeb/services/Weather
B. http://localhost:9083/WeatherBean/services/Weather
C. http://localhost:9090/WeatherBean/services/Weather
D. http://localhost:9083/WeatherBeanWeb/services/Weather
E. http://localhost:9090/WeatherBeanWeb/services/Weather

Answer: D


QUESTION 4
A developer is using the WebSphere Server application Developer Tools to convert their existing JPA project to an OSGi JPA bundle. The original JPA project has a persistence.xml file that is by default located in the src/META-INF folder of the project.
The developer invokes the action to convert the JPA project to an OSGi bundle project.
Which changes are expected to be performed by the tools to the original project when it is converted to an OSGi bundle?

A. The MANIFEST.MF file is generated under a new META-INF folder in the root of the
project. The following entry is added to the MANIFEST.MF file: Meta-Persistence:
B. The MANIFEST.MF file is generated under a new META-INF folder without a Meta-Persistence:
Entry
C. The MANIFEST.MF file is generated in the src/META-INF folder which contains the persistence.xml file. The following entry is added to the MANIFEST.MF file: Meta-Persistence:
D. The MANIFEST.MF file is generated in the BundleContext/META-INF folder. The persistence.xml is moved from the src folder to the same location as the MANIFEST.MF.

Answer: C


QUESTION 5
JSR109 defines the life cycle of a Service Implementation Bean in the Web container. Which sequence of statements below is TRUE?

A. 1. The Web container calls the method annotated with javax.annotation.PostConstruct annotation.
2. The web container creates a new instance of the Service Implementation Bean.
3. The web container may pool method ready instances of a Service Implementation Bean and dispatch a method request on any instance in a method ready state.
4. For the web container with JAX-WS runtime, the method annotated javax. annotation. Pre Destroy is called.

B. 1. The web container creates a new instance of the Service Implementation Bean.
2. For web containers with JAX-WS runtime, the container calls the method annotate with javax.annotation.PostConstruct annotation.
3. The web container may pool method ready instances of a Service Implementation Bean and dispatch a method request on any instance in a method ready state.
4. For the web container with JAX-WS runtime, the method annotated with javax. annotation. PreDestroy is called.

C. 1. The web container creates a new instance of the Service Implementation Bean.
2. For web containers with JAX-WS runtime, the container calls the method annotated with javax.annotation.PostConstruct annotation.
3. The web container may pool method ready instances of a Service Implementation Bean and dispatch a method request on any instance in a method ready state.
4. For the web container with JAX-WS runtime, the method annotated with javax. annotation. PrePassivate. is called.

D. 1. The Web container calls the method annotated with javax.annotation.PostActivate annotation.
2. The container creates a new instance of the Service Implementation Bean.
3. The web container may pool method ready instances of a Service Implementation Bean and dispatch a method request on any instance in a method ready state.
4. For the web container with JAX-WS runtime, the method annotated with javax. annotation. PrePassivate is called.

Answer: B

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