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Unformatted text preview: y the automatic_merge parameter explicitly while creating the transport set dump file C. use the opeasst.csh script to export the FINANCE_APP application along with the page group D. no explicit action required because the external objects are exported along with the page group by default Answer: A Explanation: The Export/Import Dependency Manager ensures that all the object dependencies in the transport set are correctly extracted. Specifically, the Dependency Manager classifies each object as explicitly selected, referenced, external or child, based on how the object is related to the objects being explicitly exported. * Explicitly Selected Objects . Objects, that were explicitly selected, from the Navigator or Bulk Actions for export. * External Objects . External objects ensure that the explicitly selected objects perform on the target portal. For example, external providers and database schemas could be considered external objects. Generally, shared objects and components are external objects unless explicitly selected. External objects are external dependencies of the exported objects. This objects are required to exists on the destination Portal, they will not be export (by default), unless you especified as a Explicitly Selected Objects. Ref.: Oracle(r) Application Server Administrator's Guide QUESTION 15 You want to create a user in Oracle Internet Directory (OID) who should be authenticated using Single Sign-On and should be able to retrieve user information from the Oracle Directory Server. Which two tools can you use to create the user? (Choose two.) A. Oracle Wallet Manager B. OID Self Service Console C. Oracle Directory Manager D. OracleAS Single Sign-On Server E. Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Application Server Control Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 Answer: B,C Explanation: The access control policy point (ACP) for creating users is at the Users container in the identity management realm. In the case of a group, one or more owners-typically end users-can be identified. If they are granted the necessary administrative privileges, then these owners can manage the group by using Oracle Internet Directory Self-Service Console, Oracle Directory Manager, or command-line tools. Managing users involves privileges to: 1. Create and delete user entries 2. Modify user attributes 3. Delegate user administration to other users Ref.: Oracle(r) Internet Directory Administrator's Guide QUESTION 16 You are maintaining user information in the Oracle Internet Directory (OID) for authentication. You want to find out whether a user, STEVE, has the last name BENNETT. Which OID utility would you use? A. ldapbind B. ldifwrite C. ldapmoddn D. ldapcompare Answer: D Explanation: ldapcompare The ldapcompare command-line tool enables you to compare an attribute value that you specify on the command line to the attribute value in a directory entry. Use this tool to see whether an entry contains a specified attribute value. Ref.: Oracle(r) Internet Directory Administrator's Guide and Oracle(r) Identity Management User Reference. QUESTION...
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