B. After the first call to BizUser.WhoAml(), you cache the CUserAuth instance in a Session variable for future calls. C. You create stored procedures on the Microsoft Sql Server instance serving the Microsoft Business Solutions CRM installation database. You then use ADO.Net to access these stored procedures to efficiently query the database. D. You create a COM+ component to be deployed on the Microsoft Sql Server instance serving the Microsoft Business Solutions CRM installation database. This component uses ADO.Net to retrieve the information from custom stored procedures. The information is marshaled back to the client using .Net Remoting in binary format. Answer: B 62
QUESTION: 149 You are a developing an application which queries the Microsoft Business Solutions CRM Server based on input from the user. The information is returned as XML and is to be displayed to the user in HTML format as efficiently as possible. Which choice represents a best practice in presenting the returned information to the user? A. Use the .Net XmlDocument class to read the Xml. Select the result nodes using XPath and read through the nodes building an HTML output string for display to the user. B. Use an ADO.Net Dataset to read the Xml. Iterate through the dataset building an HTML output string for display to the user. C. Use the .Net XmlSerializer class to implement custom classes that represent data returned. Once the Xml data is deserialized, render it into HTML through a custom method in the class. D. Transform the XML into HTML using XSLT transformations. Answer: D QUESTION: 150 Which statements represent best practices for using a Post-URL step in a Microsoft Business Solutions CRM Work flow process? A. Use as the last step in the work flow. B. Use for non-critical processing. C. Use to open a new window to capture additional information from the user. D. Use as a means to write critical business data to a back-end application. Answer: A, B 63
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- Object-Oriented Programming, .NET Framework, Microsoft SQL Server, Stored procedure