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1Z0-134 Oracle Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Advanced Administrator II
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QUESTION: 73 Review the diagram below. It depicts the following: Assuming the next request for an HTTP session attribute is a new attribute that is not stored in a near- cache, the client’s session attribute is fetched from the remaining storageenabled server in cluster 2. Why is the session attribute retrieved from this other server’s cache? (Choose the best answer.) A. Coherence*Web stores sessions in a distributed cache on the back end and the request fails over to the new location after partition re-balancing takes place. B. Coherence*Web stores sessions in a replicated cache on the back end and the request fails over to the new location automatically. C. Coherence*Web stores sessions in a shared disk cache on the back end and Coherence*Web automatically load balances requests. D. Coherence*Web stores sessions in a cache that is backed by a database cache loader. The data is fetched from the database and placed into the cache on the new server. Answer: A QUESTION: 74 Examine the domain diagram:
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Assume all servers are up and running and you have just started an offline WLST interactive session. Assume further that the username/password “weblogic/Welcome1” maps to a valid administrator.
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