Certification Preparation Material Page | 1 IBM C2040-927 Developing Portlets and Web Applications with IBM Web Experience Factory 8.0 Demo Product - For More Information - Visit: Edition = DEMO ProductFull Version Features: 90 Days Free Updates 30 Days Money Back Guarantee Instant Download Once Purchased 24/7 Online Chat Support
Certification Preparation Material Page | 2 Question: 1 Tim has a web application that accesses a database through a provider model containing SQL Call builders. He thinks there might be a performance problem with one or more of the database calls. How can he get IBM Web Experience Factory to log detailed performance information about all aspects of the database access? A. He needs to use a SQL Override builder. This builder provides several fields that enable detailed logging of performance information for database access. B. He must enable DEBUG-level database performance tracing in the Log4J properties file and redeploy the WAR file. C. He must enable the Log Server Stats input in each SQL Call builder. D. No changes are required. Web Experience Factory automatically logs performance statistics for all executed actions, such as database access calls. Answer: C Question: 2 Jane wants to debug the Java code in one or more of the Method builders in her model. How can she leverage the Eclipse Java debugger to do so? A. She must purchase full rights to the IBM Web Experience Factory source to debug generated Java. B. This feature is not yet supported. C. Right-click a method in the Application Tree view to set/toggle a breakpoint. Start the application server in debug mode and run the model with a remote Java debug configuration, as documented in the Web Experience Factory help. D. System.out.println is the only way to debug Java associated with Method builders. Answer: C Question: 3 Sean wants to trace the value of a variable as a model he is running to help track down a problem somewhere in a computation later in the model. How can he trace the value of the variable? A. Use the enable Debug Tracing field on the Variable builder. B. Add an entry to the log4j.properties file indicating the model and action to trace. C. Inspect the logging.properties file for variable values because all changes are reflected in this file at run time.
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- Winter '16
- Niall Winters
- Web server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM WebSphere, IBM WebSphere Application Server Community Edition