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Unformatted text preview: l2ldif D. ldapsearch E. ldapcompare F. Oracle Directory Manager Answer: D,F QUESTION 101 Your attempt to start OracleAS Web Cache failed due to a port conflict. You find that port conflicts are reported in the event log file. Which are the two ways of resolving port conflicts? (Choose two.) A. using dcmctl B. modifying the internal.xml file C. using Application Server Control Console D. modifying the webcache.xml file if the administration port is in conflict Answer: C,D QUESTION 102 As an Oracle Application Server administrator, for what purposes would you choose the Identity Management installation option while installing OracleAS Infrastructure? (Choose all that apply.) A. to create a new database and populate it with OracleAS Metadata Repository B. to configure Oracle Internet Directory against a remote OracleAS Metadata Repository C. to install and use additional OracleAS Metadata Repository with existing Identity Management components D. to install additional OracleAS Single Sign-On and Oracle Delegated Administration Services components against an existing Oracle Internet Directory Answer: B,D Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 QUESTION 103 While setting up the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) for your Oracle Application Server 10g installation, you want to enable the server to set a host name that can be used to create redirection URLs, using the ServerName directive. Within which two scopes can you specify the directive in the httpd.conf file? (Choose two.) A. in a block container B. in a location container C. in a directory container D. in a virtual host container E. in the server-level configuration Answer: D,E QUESTION 104 You are working on an Oracle Application Server 10g installation. You want to shut down all Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server (OPMN) managed processes for the local Oracle Application Server instance but not the OPMN itself. What would you do? A. execute the opmnctl reload command B. execute the opmnctl stopall command C. execute the opmnctl stopproc command D. execute the opmnctl shutdown command Answer: C QUESTION 105 View the Exhibit. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 You are asked to improve the performance of the Web site. As an Oracle Application Server administrator, you created a caching rule for the Web site with the following regular expression in the URL Expression field: ^/pls/us/.*\.pdf$ Which description about the substrings matches the expression? A. all the files in the /pls/us directory except PDF files B. all PDF files under /pls/us or any of its subdirectories C. all the files in /pls/us and only PDF files from the root directory D. all the directories containing /pls/us as a subdirectory and PDF files in it Answer: B QUESTION 106 You are trying to access a partner application on Oracle Application Server. You are authenticated and have access to the application. When you request another partner application in the same session, the login page is not displayed, but you get access to the application....
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