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Unformatted text preview: n 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 Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 QUESTION 8 You have not set the Subscriber Search Base node in Directory Information Tree (DIT) in Identity Management Realm by using the orclSubscriberSearchBase attribute. You use Discovery mechanism to find out user information in the DIT. Which statement is true in this scenario? A. This attribute cannot have null values. B. This attribute value points to the parent of Default Subscriber. C. This attribute would have the same value as User Search Base. D. This attribute would have the same value as Default Subscriber. E. This attribute would have the same value as Subscriber Nickname. Answer: B Explanation: This attribute identifies the node in the DIT under which all the subscribers are placed. This attribute becomes particularly important in the hosted scenarios because it provides a common point for all the products to locate a subscriber. In a non-hosted environment , the value of this attribute points to the parent of the default subscriber. In both hosted and non-hosted scenarios, a component finds the correct node in the DIT by using the orclSubscriberSearchBase and orclSubscriberNickNameAttribute attributes. Once the component finds the appropriate subtree, it obtains the subscriber-specific information it needs from the Oracle context in that subtree. If a client does not specify a subscriber, then Oracle Internet Directory assumes that the user is looking for information in the default subscriber subtree. Ref.: Oracle(r) Internet Directory Administrator's Guide QUESTION 9 You have a text file written in LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) that contains the entries to be added to the Oracle Internet Directory (OID). Using this text file as a source file, you want to add the entries concurrently using multiple threads. Which OID command-line tool would you use? A. ldapadd B. ldapbind C. ldapmoddn D. ldapaddmt Answer: D Explanation: The ldapaddmt tool performs the same functionality as the ldapadd command. It enables you to add entries, their object classes, attributes, and values to the directory. However, it also supports multiple threads for adding entries concurrently. While it is processing entries, ldapaddmt logs errors in the add.log file within the current directory. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 Increasing the number of concurrent threads improves the rate at which entries are created, but consumes more system resources. SINTAX: ldapaddmt -h oid_hostname -D "binddn" -w password -T number_threads [-p ldap_port] [-V ldap_version] {-f ldif_filename | -X dsml_filename} [-b] [-c] [-M] [-O ref_hop_limit] [-k|-K] [-U SSL_auth_mode {-W wallet_location -P wallet_password}] [-d debug_level] [-E character_set] Ref.: Oracle(r) Identity Management User Reference QUESTION 10 You have Oracle Application Server 10g instance running...
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