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Oracle User Productivity Kit 11 Technical Consultant Essentials

Question No: 51

You need to publish multiple outlines periodically, which are under constant development Identify the two statements that are true in such a situation.

  1. You can publish a different outline to the same location by using parameters.

  2. You can use command-line publishing in a batch to publish multiple outlines.

  3. You can customize the language of the command-line publishing output.

  4. You can use command-line publishing to publish only server content.

  5. You can use command-line publishing to publish content to a different Knowledge Center server.

Answer: A,B

Explanation: Note:You can launch the publishing process from a command line. This allows you to create a

batch publishing task that can be scheduled and run automatically at a time when the server or network is not as busy, such as at night or on the weekend.

You must publish content first to create a publishing task. This creates a folder structure and at least three files that are needed for command line publishing. The selection.xml, publishing.project.xml and at least one configuration (lt;format_guidgt;.config.xml) files are created at the root of the destination folder.

The selection.xml file contains a list of the documents to publish, the publishing.project.xml contains global parameters that apply to all publishing formats and a list of all configuration files (lt;format_guidgt;.config.xml) – one for each output format.

The lt;format_guidgt;.config.xml contains the parameters that apply to a particular format. The output from command line publishing will be stored in the same location as it would be if the publishing process was launched from within the Developer.

Note 2:Command-Line Publishing

To use command-line publishing, you create a command line in the following format:

\path\commandlinepublish lt;settingsgt; /profilename:lt;profile_namegt;

/password:lt;passwordgt; or

\path\commandlinepublish lt;settingsgt; /profile:lt;profile_pathgt;


You can use either the profilename or profile parameter; you do not need to use both. The password parameter is optional.

* Parameterlt;settingsgt;

Path to the selection.xml file in the destination location for the published content.


The name of the user profile to use for the publishing process. This profile must exist in the UserProfiles folder of the computer on which the publishing job is being run. If the password is not stored with the profile, you must use the

/password parameter.

Reference: OracleUser Productivity, Content Development,Command-Line Publishing

Question No: 52

It is important that a company using the UPK Developer comes up with a well-thought out backup plan to guard against losing UPK data in the event of a disaster.

Identify the best practice that should be included in the backup plan.

  1. Backups should be performed only when all content authors are logged out of the Developer and all content is checked in.

  2. Backup frequency should be based on the amount of data you are willing to lose if disaster strikes.

  3. Backups should be verified to ensure that the process was successful.

  4. Backups should be tested practically to ensure that data can be recovered.

Answer: B

Question No: 53

The content author who is responsible for publishing is located hundreds of miles away from the Developer server. The author experiences very long publishing times whenever he or she publishes content.

How can this problem be fixed?

  1. Select someone that is closer to the server be responsible for publishing.

  2. Install a UPK Developer client on the Developer server for publishing.

  3. Allow extra time for the publishing process.

  4. Install a single-user UPK Developer on the Developer server for publishing.

Answer: B Explanation: The Client

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 use of the client database provides the following:

  • Enables caching content on the client workstation for faster access.

  • Allows authors to create and modify content when not connected to the server.

  • Allows authors to continue working when the connection to the server is intermittently lost.

  • Allows authors to make content changes locally, or cancel the changes, before committing them to the server.

    Reference: Oracle User Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0, Developer Installation Overview

    Question No: 54

    What happens when an author removes an item from the outline?

    1. The item is removed from the outline and permanently deleted in the library.

    2. The item is removed from the outline and remains in the library.

    3. The item is removed from the outline, is marked deleted in the library, and can be recovered from trash.

    4. The item is removed from the outline and a backup copy is automatically created.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: Delete a Document Link

    From the Outline Editor, you can delete any link between a document and its parent

    document. For example, you can remove a section (or module) from a module, a topic from a section or module, a section from another section, and so on.

    Deleting a link does not remove a document from the Library; it only removes the link between the selected document and its parent. Deleting a link in the Outline Editor also does not remove other linked content from the document such as a web page or package attachment.

    Reference: Oracle User Productivity, Content Development,Delete a Document Link

    Question No: 55

    A DVD was created to launch UPK content. The sound captured during development is not being played back during testing.

    Identify two reasons for this failure.

    1. You have instructed the client to use default.htm to launch the player.

    2. You have instructed the client to use index.html to launch the player.

    3. You have instructed the client to use play.exe to launch the player.

    4. You have instructed the client to use default.html to launch the player.

    5. You have instructed the client to use index.htm to launch the player.

    6. The library backup that you restored is possibly corrupted.

    Answer: A,D

    Explanation: use index.html (or index.htm) not default.htm/default.html to launch play.exe.

    Note:Linking to the index.html is how to launch the UPK Player (play.exe) when it#39;s on a web server (including SharePoint or similar).

    Question No: 56

    You have imported your content into a SCORM-compliant LMS. You can launch the content through the LMS. However, when you return to the LMS, it has not saved your progress.

    Identify two possible reasons for this.

    1. You are not enrolled in the course.

    2. The player cannot properly communicate with the LMS.

    3. LmsConfig.ScormVersion in config.js is not set to either “1.2” or “1.3”.

    4. The GetHTTPPostData.class applet cannot communicate with the LMS.

    5. The items in your outline are not marked “Group for LMS”.

    Answer: C,E

    Explanation: C:Just created a LMS package without issue. But when publishing on our LMS (we’re using Oracle iLearn) the module would work fine until I try to run one of the simulations. After clicking “See It”, “Try it” or “Know It”, nothing would happen.

    Turns out the reason why not was because I’d built the package with the wrong version of SCORM. When publishing (and SCORM version is set when publishing, not as part of the UPK options), UPK defaults to SCORM version 1.3 (2004).

    However our LMS is only at 1.2. So the reason why the simulations were not loaded was simply that the package and LMS could not communicate over progress/status.

    Changing the SCORM version to 1.2 in UPK, and republishing the LMS package, resolved the issue. The package now presents, completes and tracks perfectly.

    [Annoyingly, this setting is not saved so you have to remember to reset it each time you publish. Would be better as a global option – you listening Oracle?]

    E:Publish Learning Objects to Various Deployments

    In previous releases, content published to an LMS had to rely on the LMS to create the outline.

    The resulting navigation between modules, sections and topics was not always consistent or

    desirable. The addition of the Group for LMS property allows the content developer to control

    how the content displays when published.

    If a section or module is grouped, it and all of its children are displayed as one unit in the outline and can be tracked individually. If a section or module is left ungrouped, the LMS creates the full outline.

    Note:Will UPK run in my Learning Management System (LMS)?

    A: The LMS Published content is AICC 3.5, SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 (4th

    Edition) compliant. However, this is not a guarantee that the courses will run properly in a customer’s LMS. This is due to different interpretations of the standards, LMS versions, service pack upgrades, and LMS customization. What we recommend is that before the customer purchases, the customer loads the sample UPK LMS test course in their LMS to

    confirm that it works properly.

    Note 2:One factor to be considered when using a blended learning approach is to develop and deploy

    content that will be portable and delivered in different mediums – CD-ROM, corporate Intranet,

    or launched through an LMS. If the desired method of distribution is an LMS, it is important that the e-Learning content complies with eLearning industry standards, the most widely accepted of which is SCORM (Shareable Content Object Repository Model). All UPK content is

    SCORM compliant by outputting to an LMS package during content publishing.

    Reference: OracleUser Productivity Kit, Upgrade, Release 11.0,Publish Learning Objects to Various Deployments

    Question No: 57

    When Installing the Knowledge Center using the Standard authentication, you are prompted for both a username and password for the initial Knowledge Center administrator- However, when installing using Windows authentication, you are prompted only for a Windows user account username for the initial Knowledge Center administrator.

    Identify two reasons that explain this difference.

    1. Using Windows authentication, the username Information is stored in the database, but the password will always be prompted for at runtime.

    2. Using Standard authentication, the installer will verify that there is not a Windows user account on the local computer that already exists with the login credentials provided.

    3. Using Windows authentication, Windows account usernames are added to the Knowledge Center database, and login authentication Is performed by Microsoft Windows, with the system checking the account under which the user has logged in to the local computer, which means that the password has already been validated at runtime.

    4. Using Windows authentication, the installer will reset the password of the selected Windows user account on the local computer to blank. Therefore, logging in at runtime will never require a password.

    5. Using Standard authentication, login authentication information (both user name and password) is stored In the Knowledge Center database and is validated when entered at runtime.

    6. Using standard authentication, Microsoft Windows cannot perform the login authentication of the windows user account on the local computer. Therefore, the username and password will have to be prompted for at runtime.

    Answer: C,E

    Question No: 58

    Which method would you use to purge all documents that have been deleted over a month?

    1. Filter the Deleted Documents view by Deletion Date on or before a month ago and select Purge All from the Administration menu.

    2. Sort the Deleted Documents view by Deletion Date, select all documents deleted over a month ago, and select Purge All from the Administration menu.

    3. Select purge All from the Administration menu and select quot;Over 30 daysquot; from the drop- down menu.

    4. Sort the Deleted Documents view by Age, select all documents over 30 days old, and select Purge All from the Administration menu.

      Answer: A

      Explanation: To purge one or more documents, you must be working online and have Deleted Documents View of the Library displayed. Then you can either selectively purge documents from the list or purge all documents on the list at once.

      To purge selected documents:

      1. Log in as an administrator.

      2. Make sure you are working online.

      3. From the Library, switch to the Deleted Documents View.

      4. Select the document(s) that you want to purge from the Library.

      5. On the Administration menu, choose Purge.

      6. Choose Yes to purge the selected documents.

        Question No: 59

        You are working on a UPK implementation that will take advantage of UPK#39;s Help menu integration with Oracle PeopleSoft Applications and ExactMatch context.

        Identify two tasks that must be completed when deploying in In Application support.

        1. Install and configure Oracle PeopleSoft PeopleBooks before recording content for HINT deployment.

        2. Publish Player content using the Publish for PeopleBooks add-in to Microsoft Internet Explorer.

        3. Verify that the web server on which the UPK Player content is deployed has been configured to recognize the PeopleBooks MIME type.

        4. Verify that the context is being captured during recording by recording a sample and reviewing the captured context by using the Player#39;s context utility.

        5. Verify that the context is being captured during recording by recording a sample and reviewing the captured context by using the Developer#39;s context editor.

    Answer: A,E

    Explanation: A:Target Application Configuration and Content Creation

    For most target applications, application configuration can occur after and independently of content creation. There are two exceptions:

    *Oracle E-Business Suite

    *PeopleSoft Enterprise: It is recommended that PeopleBooks be installed and configured before starting to record content.

    E:Context Recognition in the Recorder

    For target applications, the Developer acquires the context information for each screen when the content is recorded. This type of recognition is called quot;ExactMatchquot; because content is tied to a specific screen#39;s context ID ensuring a 100% match.

    If the application you are recording is not supported, you can create Context IDs manually in the Topic Editor. For

    Note:Context information can be used in conjunction with in-application support to provide context-sensitive help. In-application support allows the user to use SmartHelp or the target application#39;s Help menu to launch topics that correlate to their current screen rather than the entire list of topics. The Developer provides context recognition support differently for target applications than it does for non-target applications.

    Reference: OracleUser Productivity,In-Application Support,IN-APPLICATION SUPPORT

    Reference: OracleUser Productivity, Content Development,Context Recognition in the Recorder

    Question No: 60

    What would you do to back up all the content that is in your single-user UPK Developer?

    1. Run a backup of the internal UPK database. Copy the resulting database backup file to a secure location.

    2. Open the Developer, select all the folders at the root level (minus the system folder), and choose Tools, Export, Documents. Copy the resulting .odarc file to a secure location.

    3. Open the Developer and check In all your documents. Then run a backup of the database. Copy the resulting database backup file to a secure location.

    4. Open the Developer, select all the folders at the root level (minus the system folder), and choose File, Publish. Publish the content as a Player. Copy the resulting Player Package to a secure location.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: Moving or Backing Up Local UPK Files

    Stored topics that aren’t published are saved in the UPK Library on the computer where it was created. If you want to share your topics with another UPK developer, if you’re getting a new computer and don’t want to lose your work, or if you just want a backup of the files, the easiest method is to export your UPK modules/sections/topics.

    Follow these steps to extract UPK content:

    1. Open the module you want to share or backup. Tip: You can backup all or part of your Library using the export command. Select the root folder in Details View of the Library to export and backup your entire Library.

    2. Go to the Tools menu and select Exportgt;Documents.

    3. Browse to select a location for the exported file. It’s recommended that you choose a network folder because those files are backed up by OTI servers. Files stored on your C drive are not backed up.

    4. Choose Export my selection and related documents. (You can click “View related documents” to see what UPK considers related documents.)

    5. Click Export.

    This process creates an .oardc file, which can be zipped and emailed to others or imported back into UPK through the Tools menu, as needed.

    Reference:http://erp.fsu.edu/Resources/Resources-for-UPK-Developers/Content- Development/Moving-or-Backing-Up-Local-UPK-Files

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