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often you want OracleAS Web Cache to save current log information to
event_log_file.yyyymmdd_hhmm and write future log information to a new log file with
the configured log file name.
Ref.: Oracle(r) Application Server Web Cache Administrator's Guide
The options describe the request flow patterns from the client to the server through the
Oracle Application Server components.
A.Browser > HTTP Server > Web Cache > OC4J Engine > database
B.Browser > Web Cache > HTTP Server > OC4J Engine > database
C.Browser > HTTP Server > OC4J Engine > Web Cache > database
D.Client > Forms runtime process > Forms listener servlet > HTTP Server > database
E.Wireless client > OracleAS Portal > OracleAS Wireless > WAP gateway
Which options show the normal request flow?
A. A only
B. B only
C. C only
D. D only
E. E only
F. both A and D
G. both D and E
Oracle HTTP Server Request Flow Ref.: Oracle(r) Application Server Concepts
You want authorized users to use the single authentication feature to gain easy access to
external applications. Which components must be installed before using OracleAS Single
Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311
Sign-On? (Choose all that apply.)
A. OracleAS Wireless
B. OracleAS Certificate Authority
C. OracleAS Identity Management
D. OracleAS Metadata Repository
The simplest and quickest way to deploy OracleAS Single Sign-On is to install OracleAS
infrastructure components on the same computer. To do this, you choose the installation
type "OracleAS Infrastructure" and the installation option "Identity Management and
OracleAS Metadata Repository." When presented with the component list for this
installation type, accept the default selected components. Alternatively, you can install
the single sign-on middle tier on a separate computer, choosing in succession "OracleAS
Infrastructure," "Identity Management," and finally "Single Sign-On." This is the
simplest distributed configuration.
Ref.: Oracle(r) Application Server Single Sign-on Administrator's Guide
Exhibit: Using Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Self Service Console you have created a new
group, PRODGRP1, with no users in this group as members. While assigning privileges
to this group, you get the error shown in the Exhibit.
Which task would you accomplish to overcome this error message?
A. add orcladmin user to PRODGRP1 as a member
B. modify Group Visibility to Private for the group
C. select "Make this group privileged" option by editing the group
D. grant full Delegated Administration Services (DAS) privilege to the group by
assigning the Privilege Group role
Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 Explanation:
Select this box if you want to assign privileges to this group. You cannot assign
privileges to a non-privileged group.
Ref.: Oracle(r) Ident...
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