Oracle User Productivity Kit 11 Technical Consultant Essentials
Question No: 21
When updating a Multi user instance of the Developer with a service pack, what is the one additional step you need to remember that is not part of the single user update?
Choose the installation location of the service pack.
Update each Developer Library with the appropriate service pack documents.
Choose the application to which you want to apply the update.
Choose the UPK Developer.
Explanation: If you updated Developer, start the Developer and update your Library with the service pack documents (multi-user environment only).
Reference: Oracle User Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0, Service Pack Installation
Question No: 22
Which statement best describes the main purpose of the library functionality within UPK?
It provides a central storage point for all documents.
It enables you to check out multiple documents at once.
It provides a single location to create content.
It enables you to create multiple documents with the same name.
Explanation: The Developer is the primary content authoring tool that allows you to create and publish content easily. Using a content Library for organization and storage, you can build outlines comprised of various documents such as modules/sections, topics, glossaries, questions, and assessments.
Reference: Oracle User Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0, Overview and Documentation
Question No: 23
Identify the statement that is true about the use of UPK client software databases.
The client uses only a server-side database.
The client uses only a client-side database.
The client uses both local-side and server-side databases.
The client does not use any database.
Explanation: The client computer requires an installation of the Developer. The client also contains a client database (also referred to as the document cache) that is used and managed by the client desktop software.
The client database is stored in the Documents and Settings folder by default on the local workstation, but you can change the location if desired.
Reference: Knowledge Center: User And Content Management Release 11.0, The Client Database
Question No: 24
The administrator deletes a folder and all of its contents. While working offline, an author
new topic in the folder that the administrator just deleted. What happens when the author checks in the topic?
The topic is deleted because there is no place to store it.
The folder is re-created with the new topic in it.
The author is prompted to create a new folder to store the topic.
The author is prevented from checking in the topic.
Question No: 25
Your library database is corrupted and you decide to restore the database from a recent backup. However, after the library is restored, one of your users informs you that the user is not able to check a document that he or she has been editing. When the user does, he or she gets an error message saying that the document is not checked out, even though Developer shows it as checked out.
Identify three statements that are true about this scenario.
The document cannot be checked in because it is no longer in the library.
The user can archive the document by exporting it to an .odarc file and reimport it after restarting Developer.
You need to run updateRestoreDate.sql on the database.
Before backing up the database, you should have checked the quot;All checked outquot; view and asked all users to check in their documents.
The document did not exist when the backup was made and, therefore, is lost.
Answer: B,C,D Explanation: B: Note:
the export process writes all of the selected content to a single compressed archive file with the extension odarc. The import process then takes a single odarc file as input to re-create the contents of the archive in the current Library.
C:If a database administrator restores the server database from a backup, the UpdateRestoreDate.sql script must be run to update specific fields.
Note:All checked out – This view lists all checked out documents in the Library sorted by the author that has documents checked out (Checked Out By) and document Name. Documents appear in a flat view (no folder structure) and display Checked
Out By, State, Last Modified Date, Version, and document Type columns. This view is useful for administrators who want to determine if there are any checked out documents in the Library before they perform software upgrades or other maintenance activity.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity, Content Development
Question No: 26
You manage o UPK Developer Library, which consists of multiple Groups. Each Author belongs to one or more Groups. You have recently discovered that a user has Modify permission to the System folder, when the user should only have Read permission.
What is the best way to prevent this user from modifying the contents of the System folder?
Override checkout on all documents in the System folder, which are currently checked out to any users, and then check out the System folder so that no changes can be made.
Use the Effective permissions to identify which group or explicit permission provides the user with Modify permissions to the System folder. Remove the user from that group or change that group#39;s permission to Read.
Prevent the user from modifying the contents of the System folder by adding them to a new group which has only the Read permission to the System folder.
Copy the contents of the System folder to a new location In the Library. Export the System folder copy to an ODARC drive to ensure that the user cannot modify its contents.
Explanation: Assigned and Effective permissions
Permissions can either be explicitly assigned to an author or in effect due to folder inheritance or group membership. Explicitly assigned author permissions take precedence over group permissions when assigned to the same folder. You can view Assigned and Effective permissions using the Folder Permissions command.
Question No: 27
You are the project lead working with your IT team to set up a multi-user Installation of UPK in a Citrix environment, identify three correct considerations for this type of deployment.
The server software and the database must reside on the same server and the client workstations are on the same network.
The server may be accessed through the Internet with communication between the client and the server through Web Services using HTTP.
The Developer server can support multiple libraries on the same physical server with users having multiple profiles, one for each library.
The Developer can operate in remote and virtual environments such as Citrix and VMware without any special considerations.
When recording a target application that is running a Citrix session, the Developer server must be running in the same Citrix session.
The Recorder will not properly recognize the PrintStreen key in Citrix, so the recording key must be changed to F8 in the Developer server.
Explanation: B:It is also possible to access the server through the Internet. All communication between
the client desktop and the server is through Web Services using HTTP.
E:When recording a target application running in a Citrix session, then Developer must be running in the same Citrix session.
F:Citrix does not pass the [PrintScreen] key to applications running in seamless windows. The Developer uses the [PrintScreen] as the default key for recording topics. Therefore, the Recorder will not properly recognize the [PrintScreen] key in a Citrix seamless window. The recording key can be changed in the Options dialog box in the Developer
Reference: OracleUser Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0,Remote and Virtual Environments
Question No: 28
The customer is not satisfied with the default wording used in some of the links, buttons, and messages in the Knowledge Center user Interface and would like to change them.
How is the value for the stringid variable determined when defining the custom text in the eult;langidgt;.cus file?
Identify the last or highest stringid already in use in the eult;langidgt;.lng file and begin numbering your custom strings with the next integer.
Use the same stringid value defined in the eult;langidgt;.lng file for the string you will be
customizing in the eult;langidgt;.cus file.
The stringid value is a hexadecimal representation of your custom text. Use a “text to hex” conversion toll to identify the hexadecimal value to use as stringid for your custom text.
Your custom strings should have stringid values beginning with 1 and use incremental integer values for each subsequent custom string.
Explanation: To specify custom text blocks or graphics, you must create a “customization” file that contains
your custom information. This is accomplished by creating a new file named eult;langidgt;.cus.
This file uses the same file structure as the eult;langidgt;.lng file. You only need to add the specific text blocks and graphics that you are modifying to the “customization” file, because the
eult;langidgt;.lng is read first and then the eult;langidgt;.cus file is read to pick up any customizations.
Every text block in the user interface can be customized. This allows you to customize the messages that appear to the user on pages, error dialogs, and so on.
The first step in changing the text is to identify the block of text that you wish to customize and determine its stringid. There are two different methods for doing this. One method is to copy the text from the Knowledge Center user interface and search the eult;langidgt;.lng file for
the appropriate item. You can then place the appropriate entry in your customization file (.cus). Knowledge Center also provides a special mode that allows you to view the stringids as
you are running the user interface.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity KitKnowledge Center: User And Content Management,Basic Customization
Question No: 29 CORRECT TEXT
Your customer has a custom built application for which the customer has created a robust text-based Help system. The customer has contacted you for your expert knowledge in deploying UPK player content. The customer wants to add links to quot;See It!quot; mode and quot;try
it!quot; mode simulations in their online documentation, but does not want users to have to navigate the UPK Player table of contents.
Identify the option that would support this requirement.
Answer: The customer should publish each topic using the Individual topic output, host each on a web server, and link to each file from their documentation.
Answer: The customer should host the published player package on a web server and use the kp.html file to derive each link to each topic and mode.
Answer: The customer should host the published player package, launch index.html, and navigate to each topic and copy the URL from the address bar of the browser.
Answer: The customer should deploy the content using the Help Menu integration method and use ExactMatch context matching to locate each topic#39;s URL.
The Help Menu Integration folder contains the files necessary for launching content from the Help menu of an application. Each category or quot;brandquot; has its own subfolder. Within the subfolder, the files necessary for supported target applications are in stored in a package document. These files are automatically published with the Player content. The Help Menu Integration folders and documents that appear depend on the product category that you are using.
Question No: 30
Your training coordinator has updated the publishing styles to reflect the new company logo. The styles are in the Styles folder, which is located in the System/Publishing folder. You have been asked to make the necessary permission changes to prevent other users from making changes to the styles, while retaining the ability to publish content.
What do you do to handle this request?
Set the styles folder to list permissions.
Set the system folder to read permissions.
Remove all users from the group that has access to the system folders.
Send out an email to all users requesting not to change the styles.
Explanation: Understand Content Permissions
By default, all authors have complete access to all Library folders and all actions that you can perform to develop, modify, publish, and export content. However, your administrator
can also restrict your ability to access content in any Library folder and perform actions on that content.An administrator can assign the following permissions:
The following permissions can be set for any folder in the Library:
List Folder Contents – Authors cannot save to folders with this permission. An author can view the names of documents in a Library folder but cannot open a document in any editor and perform actions that would change the document content or its location in the Library. An author also cannot make a copy of the document in any way.
Read – An author can open a document in an editor, but cannot perform any actions that would change the document content or its location in the Library. An author can make a copy (including Save as) of the document and store it in a folder location to which they have appropriate permissions.
Modify – An author has complete access to the folder and its documents and can perform any action (create, modify, copy, delete, publish, export, and so on).
Note:Publishing styles are Publishing Project documents that are stored in the System/Publishing/Styles folder in the Library. Within the Styles folder, each category has a folder. Each output format has its own Project document, such as Job Aid and Player.
Note 2:Also note that you must have Modify permission to the folder where the publishing styles (or project documents) are stored for the category you select to successfully change logos.
Reference: Oracle User Productivity, Content Development,Understand Content Permissions
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