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TB0-105 Tibco TIBCO Staffware Process Definer i10
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QUESTION: 99 Which three statements are true about scripts? (Choose three.) A. The SCRIPT function can be used to pass parameters to scripts. B. It is not possible to pass parameters to scripts. C. Scripts called with the CALL function never return a value. D. Scripts called with the SCRIPT function may return a value. E. The CALL function is the only way to call scripts. F. Scripts called with the CALL function may return a value. G. Scripts called with the SCRIPT function never return a value. Answer: A, C, D QUESTION: 100 What are four reasons why you might be unable to manually start a case of a procedure? (Choose four.) A. The procedure is Unreleased. B. Your user attribute is not set to Process Definer. C. The procedure is Withdrawn. D. The procedure is a sub-procedure. E. You do not have Case Start rights for the procedure. F. The procedure is Incomplete. Answer: C, D, E, F QUESTION: 101 The business requirement is for work to reach a certain point in the process and then wait for an external system to send data back and automatically allow the case to continue. What are three factors to consider when selecting the method of integration to be used? (Choose three.) A. You send the workitem to a manual step so that it goes into a workqueue for manual changes, and use a tailored program to receive the trigger from the external system, locate the work item, and update and release the workitem. This is less efficient than using an Event step but it does allow manual changes to be made to the workitem. B. You use a delayed release EAI script to wait for the incoming trigger. This will usually give the most efficient performance.
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C. You send the case to an Event step and wait for the external system to trigger the event
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