Oracle User Productivity Kit 11 Technical Consultant Essentials
Question No: 71
You receive an error message during the loading of the library. It states quot;Error Code = 1. Which log files do you view to see the details of the error message?
Installyyyymmdd.log and libraryloader.log
OdDevyyyymmdd.log and libraryloader.log
ASPNETSetup.log and libraryloader.log
InstallFiles.log and libraryloader.log
Explanation: Note: Example:
Install20120413.log :Installation StartsMicrosoft .NET Framework 4.0: already installedWindows Installer 3.1: already installedWindows Process Activation Service (WAS): already enabledWorld Wide Web Publishing: already enabledCall:[GetWinAcctInfo]Call:[CheckFolderPermission]Call:[CheckFolderPermission]C all:[CheckLocalGroupsForUser]Call:[CheckLocalGroupsForUser]Call:[CheckLocalGroupsF orUser]Call:[CheckLocalGroupsForUser]Call:[CheckLocalGroupsForUser]Call:[CheckLocal GroupsForUser]C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\aspnet_isapi.dll: enabled successfullyODSContent: configured successfullyODSContent: default documents applied successfullyODSContent: authentication applied successfullyEncountered a problem while populating the library. Error code: 1.Installation Complete LibraryLoader20120413.log :2012-04-13 08:14:05 INFO Application started2012-04-13 08:14:05 INFO Command line: C:\app\oracle\upk\LibraryLoader.exe C:\app\upk- install\UPK_Pro_v11.1.0
Question No: 72
Identify three events that occur during the upgrade process for a custom document publishing style.
New options in the Publishing Wizard for document styles are added to custom styles along withnewbookmarks that are added to the print template files.
Customizations to the default suffix (style name) and version number that are appended to the file name are preserved.
If custom macro modules and customizations to the publishing style name, preview name, and Publishing Wizard text were created, they are preserved.
Customizations to the default suffix (style name) and version number that are not appended to the file name are preserved.
If custom macro modules and customizations to the publishing style name, preview name, and Publishing Wizard text were created, they will not be preserved.
Explanation: During the upgrade process for a custom document publishing style, the following things occur:
(A) *New options in the Publishing Wizard for document styles are added to custom styles.
*New bookmarks are added to the print template files. Any legacy bookmarks that may have been used in the customization will remain, ensuring that the customizations will
*Customizations to the default suffix (style name) and version number that are appended to the file name are preserved.
(C)*Word macros, .xslt files, and other publishing files are updated as needed. If custom macro modules were created, they are preserved.
*Customizations to the publishing style name, preview name, and Publishing Wizard text are preserved.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity, Content Development,Upgrade Custom Document
Question No: 73
The UPK setup folder includes manual DB creation scripts to build the database. Where would you make of these scripts?
The DB scripts are used by the UPK installation application to create the database.
The DB scripts are required if the database is on a separate server from the web server.
The DB scripts are requiredifthe database is running on a non-Windows platform (that is, UNIX or Linux).
The DB scripts are required ifthe customer#39;s DBA or IT departmentis not comfortable with the setup wizard creating the database.
Question No: 74
Your client wants to publish the same content to multiple formats, in multiple languages periodically, using a batch publishing job. Your plane is leaving, and you have only 20 minutes left to solve this problem.
Identify the solution that is both applicable and quick in this situation.
Publish each format and language to a separate folder and create a separate command- line entry for each of them.
Publish all formats, create copies of the publishing folder, and customize Publishing.Project.xml in each folder for language.
Publish all formats in each language to a separate folder and create a separate command-line entry for each.
Publish to all languages separately in one format, and customize Publishing.Project.xml to add formats.
Explanation: Command-Line Publishing
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.
Reference: Oracle User Productivity, Content Development, Command-Line Publishing
Question No: 75
A client who is installing UPK does not have Internet access from their computer. The computer also does not have Microsoft .NET Framework installed.
What can the client do to get UPK installed?
.NET Framework is not an essential component for UPK. If a computer does not have
.NET framework and cannot download it from the Internet, the UPK installation will still complete and UPK will work. The difference will be that Do It mode will not stay on top of the browser window during playback.
The company can add the .NET Framework installation files to the UPK software installation media. When the UPK setup files are run on computers that do not have Internet access, the UPK setup wizard will find the .NET Framework Installation files locally.
If a computer does not have .NET Framework installed and it does not have an Internet connection to download .NET Framework, UPK cannot be installed. The company would need to get Internet access for the computer.
.NET Framework is not an essential component for UPK. If a computer does not have
.NET Framework and cannot download it from the Internet, the UPK Installation will still complete and the UPK Developer recording capability will work. The difference will be that the Usage Tracking component will not be functional.
Explanation: 3rd Party Application Installation
Third-party applications are required for installation of the following components:
Developer server and client in a multi-user installation
Single user installation
If the applications are not already present on the machine, the installer notifies you which applications are needed. If you choose to continue the installation, the necessary
applications are installed.
The files necessary to install most third-party applications are included in the installation media, with one exception. The exception is Microsoft .NET Framework. In this case, the installation file is a quot;bootstrapquot;, which connects to the Internet and installs the .NET Framework from there.
If an Internet connection is not available, or you will be redistributing the software installation within your organization, you can include the full .NET Framework installation file in the .NET Framework into the installer.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0,3rd Party Application Installation
Question No: 76
You receive an error message during a silent installation because of incorrect syntax. Identify the correct syntax.
“lt;location of the setup filegt;\setup.exe” / s / f1 “lt;location of the response filegt;\ setup.iss”
x:\my folder\setup.exequot;/ s / f1quot;x: \ setup.igs
quot;x:\my folder\setup.exequot;/s / f1quot;x: \setup.issquot;
lt;location of the setup filegt; \ setup.exe ” / g / f1 ” lt;location of the response filegt;\ setup.iss”
Explanation: To run the setup silently, use a command line as shown below. If the path names contain spaces, you must use quotes. The path names should also be absolute, as relative paths may have unexpected results.
Example: quot;lt;location of the setup filegt;\setup.exequot; /s /f1quot;lt;location of the response filegt;\setup.issquot;
Sample: quot;x:\my folder\setup.exequot; /s /f1quot;x:\setup.issquot;
Reference: Oracle User Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0,Run the Executable Silently
Question No: 77
When the Knowledge Center is configured for single sign-on (SSO), authentication is done through SSO. However, the Knowledge Center will continue to authorize users by mapping the SSO user information to the Knowledge Center user information.
Select two statements that are true about the configuration of the Knowledge Center to map the user Information.
Change the UserHeaderLogin setting to true in the web.config file.
Install the Knowledge Center as Windows authentication, and then the Windows user Information will be mapped to the Knowledge Center user information.
Edit the customHeaders.xml file to map HTTP headers to the Knowledge Center user Information.
Configure the SSO server to map the SSO user#39;s username and password to the Knowledge Center user#39;s username and password.
Configure the SSO server policy to allow quot;SSO Authenticate and authorizequot; on both KCenter and KData virtual directories so that the HTTP Header info will be mapped to both virtual directories.
Explanation: Configure Knowledge Center for SSO
A:Edit the web.config file located in the Knowledge Center\Web Server\KPath\ path. Change the configuration -gt; appSettings -gt; UserHeaderLogin to true. Add configuration -gt; appSettings -gt; SSOLogoutUrl that contains the logout URL.
C:Edit the CustomHeaders.xml file located in the Knowledge Center\Web Server\KPath\bin\ path. This is used to map the HTTP Headers to the Knowledge Center User information
Note: Also configure the SSO Policies on the SSO Server to authenticate and authorize the following virutal directories.
KCenter – SSO Authenticate and authorize KContent – SSO Authenticate and authorize KContent/ContentTools – anonymous KData – anonymous
Question No: 78
A company has two target applications for UPK: a Windows application that is running
remotely on a Citrix server, and an application that is accessed through a web browser. The web browser cannot be run remotely from the Citrix server due to the company#39;s IT polity.
Select the action that will enable you to record UPK content in both target applications.
Install UPK Developer on the Citrix server and turn off automatic recording so that authors can record the application running in the browser on the local desktop.
Install UPK Developer on the content author#39;s desktop and change the screenshot capture key In the Options dialog box so that it is compatible with Citrix.
Install UPK Developer on both the Citrix server and the content author#39;s desktop. Ensure that UPK Developer runs in the same Citrix session as the target Windows application.
Install UPK Developer on the Citrix server, and change the recording key in the Options dialog box so that it is compatible with the web browser on the local desktop.
Explanation: Remote and Virtual Environments
The Developer can operate in remote and virtual environments such as Citrix and VMware.
The following are known issues when operating the Developer in these environments: Citrix:
When recording a target application running in a Citrix session, then Developer must be running in the same Citrix session.
Sound output will likely be choppy
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: Oracle User Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0,Remote and Virtual Environments
Question No: 79
You manage a library with multiple groups of authors working on different projects. The internal group creates content for internal projects. The Consulting group creates content for multiple external audiences. The Consulting group has requested to use the Customize
Logo feature to customize content for its external audiences. Both groups have Read permission at the Library Root (quot;/quot;) and Modify permission to their own content folders.
Identify the process that enables the Consulting group to customize its content for external audiences.
Provide the Consulting group the Modify permission to the publishing styles folder. Provide the Internal group the Read permission to the publishing styles folder. Instruct the Consulting group to roll back logo changes after each publishing.
Provide both Internal and consulting groups the Modify permission to the publishing styles folder to allow both groups to use the Customize Logo feature as necessary.
Duplicate the publishing styles folder and give each group the Modify permission to one of the folders. Instinct each group to use the appropriate category for customizing as desired.
Give both groups the Modify permission to the folder above the publishing styles folder and the Read permission to the publishing styles folder allowing both groups to create new categories of content, which they can customize.
Explanation: Create Styles
You can create custom styles as needed for any publishing format. To customize the appearance of any style, you should first make a copy of the publishing project document that you want to modify. It is not recommended that you customize the standard styles that ship with the Developer.
When you copy a publishing style in the Library, you can place the copy within the same folder in the Library, or you can create a new folder and subfolder structure to contain the customized styles.
Reference: Oracle User Productivity, Content Development,Create Styles
Question No: 80
During a discussion with your client, you are asked what the content root name is. Identity the correct response
It is the name of the folder to be created for the content root.
It is the name of the virtual directory to be created for the content root.
It is the virtual name of the virtual directory to be created for the content root.
It is the name of the virtual directory to be created for the content root and must start with KC.
Explanation: A content root is the directory on the server where content files for installed titles are stored.
The content root is created and configured during the installation process.
*Name: A user-friendly name for the content root. This is a required field. A content root name is also used when content is installed or uninstalled.
Reference: Knowledge Center: User And Content Management Release 11.0,Manage Content Roots