Scripts run by the agent in any language on the host

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Unformatted text preview: rts to the Agent C. Scripts run by the Agent in any language on the host server D. User written PL/SQL programs in the database, which the OEM console can execute and display the results Answer: C Explanation: Scripts run by the Agent in any language on the host server are user defined events. You have the capability to create custom scripts via the Diagnostic Pack that monitor conditions that you specify. Incorrect Answers A: Database based scripts (PL/SQL, Java) run by the Agent are not user defined events. B: Database Event Triggers, which issue Alerts to the Agent, are not considered as user defined events. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-030 D: Scripts run by the Agent in any language on the host server, not user written PL/SQL programs in the database, are user defined events. OCP Oracle9i Database: New Features for Administrators, Daniel Benjamin, p. 189-201 Chapter 3: Manageability Enhancements Oracle 9i New Features, Robert Freeman, p. 219-220 Chapter 7: Oracle9i Real Application Clusters QUESTION 36: When enabling Flashback using a wall-clock time, within what period does the database choose a System Commit Number (SCN)? A. One minute of the time specified B. One second of the time specified C. Five minutes of the time specified D. Five seconds of the time specified Answer: C Explanation: The database chooses a System Commit Number within a five minutes of the time specified. Incorrect Answers A: It chooses a SCN within a five, not one minute, of the time specified. B: The database does not choose a System Commit Number within an one second of the time specified. D: The database chooses a System Commit Number within a five minutes of the time specified, not 5 seconds. OCP Oracle9i Database: New Features for Administrators, Daniel Benjamin, p. 45-47 Chapter 2: Availability Enhancements Oracle 9i New Features, Robert Freeman, p. 63-68 Chapter 3: New Oracle9i Availability and Recoverability Features QUESTION 37: A switchover to a standby database differs from a failover to the standby in a number of ways. What are two of the key differences that characterize a switchover? (Choose two.) A. The operation is planned and causes no data loss. B. The standby database must be running in a no data divergence mode. C. The old primary database can take on the standby role and be available for a future switchover. D. The primary and standby database must be using exactly the same release and patch level of Oracle9i. E. Either the primary database's online or archived log files, but not necessarily both, Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-030 must be available. Answer: A, C Explanation: Switchover is planned operation and should not cause any data losses. During the switchover the old primary database can take on the standby role and be available for a future switchover. Incorrect Answers B: The standby database has not to run in a no data divergence mode. D: It is not required that the primary and standby database must be using exactly the same release and patch l...
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