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  • 1. 

    Which are the features of SAP PO

    • A.

      Based on single stack Java

    • B.

      BPM standard

    • C.

      Graphic configuration that use Iflows

    • D.

      Based on dual stack Java + Abap

    • E.

      BRFPlus

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Based on single stack Java
    B. BPM standard
    C. Graphic configuration that use Iflows
    Explanation
    The features of SAP PO include being based on a single stack Java, having BPM standard capabilities, and utilizing a graphic configuration that uses Iflows. These features allow for efficient and streamlined integration processes within the SAP system.

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  • 2. 

    Which are the AEX duties:

    • A.

      Controlling the routing of message exchange between interfaces

    • B.

      Handle transformation and mapping of the data transfer from source to target

    • C.

      Handle security and conversion of protocol between service provider and consumer

    • D.

      Monitor the interchange of messages between systems

    • E.

      Manage various versions of the service provided by the ESB

    • F.

      Allow to split integration messages

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Controlling the routing of message exchange between interfaces
    B. Handle transformation and mapping of the data transfer from source to target
    C. Handle security and conversion of protocol between service provider and consumer
    D. Monitor the interchange of messages between systems
    E. Manage various versions of the service provided by the ESB
    Explanation
    The AEX duties include controlling the routing of message exchange between interfaces, handling transformation and mapping of the data transfer from source to target, handling security and conversion of protocol between service provider and consumer, monitoring the interchange of messages between systems, and managing various versions of the service provided by the ESB. Additionally, the AEX allows for the splitting of integration messages.

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  • 3. 

    Which types of patterns can you use to create an Iflow

    • A.

      Message Translator

    • B.

      Point to Point

    • C.

      Recipient List

    • D.

      Multiple point to end

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Message Translator
    B. Point to Point
    C. Recipient List
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes three types of patterns that can be used to create an Iflow: Message Translator, Point to Point, and Recipient List. These patterns are commonly used in integration scenarios to transform messages, establish direct communication between two endpoints, and route messages to multiple recipients respectively. By using these patterns, developers can design Iflows that efficiently handle data transformation, communication, and distribution in an integration landscape.

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  • 4. 

    Does the Enterprise Services Bus (ESB) eliminates the point to point connection?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The correct answer is True. The Enterprise Services Bus (ESB) is designed to eliminate the need for point-to-point connections between systems. It acts as a central hub that allows different applications and services to communicate with each other through a common interface. By using the ESB, organizations can reduce the complexity and maintenance of multiple connections, as well as improve scalability and flexibility in their system architecture.

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  • 5. 

    The business processes include the following relevant components:

    • A.

      Data

    • B.

      Events

    • C.

      Rules

    • D.

      UIs

    • E.

      Tasks

    • F.

      Flows

    • G.

      Stateless endpoints

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Data
    B. Events
    C. Rules
    D. UIs
    E. Tasks
    F. Flows
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes various components that are relevant to business processes. These components are data, events, rules, UIs, tasks, and flows. Data refers to the information that is used and manipulated within the business processes. Events are the triggers or notifications that initiate or respond to certain actions. Rules are the guidelines or conditions that determine the behavior or outcomes of the processes. UIs (User Interfaces) are the visual or interactive elements through which users interact with the processes. Tasks are the specific actions or activities that need to be performed. Flows represent the sequence or order in which the tasks and actions occur. These components collectively contribute to the effective execution and management of business processes.

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  • 6. 

    The BPM components

    • A.

      Process Composer

    • B.

      Process Server

    • C.

      Process Desk

    • D.

      Process Context

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Process Composer
    B. Process Server
    C. Process Desk
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes four BPM components: Process Composer, Process Server, Process Desk, and Process Context. Process Composer is a tool used to design and model business processes. Process Server is responsible for executing and managing the processes. Process Desk is a user interface that allows users to interact with and monitor the processes. Process Context provides the necessary context and information for the processes to run effectively. Together, these components form a comprehensive BPM system that enables efficient process management and automation.

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  • 7. 

    Which are the perspectives in the NWDS designed for BPM:

    • A.

      Process Modeling

    • B.

      Process Development

    • C.

      ESR Perspective

    • D.

      Integration Administration Manager

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Process Modeling
    B. Process Development
    Explanation
    The perspectives in the NWDS designed for BPM are Process Modeling and Process Development. These perspectives are specifically tailored for creating and managing business processes within the BPM framework. The Process Modeling perspective allows users to design and model business processes using various tools and features. The Process Development perspective, on the other hand, focuses on developing and implementing these modeled processes by providing tools for coding, testing, and deploying the processes. These perspectives work together to provide a comprehensive environment for BPM activities.

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  • 8. 

    Which are the characteristics of the perspectives of BPM

    • A.

      Process modeling is a subset of Process Development perspective

    • B.

      Process Development offer a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build and deploy a process

    • C.

      Process modeling offer a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build and deploy a process

    • D.

      Process Development is a subset of Process Designer perspective

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Process modeling is a subset of Process Development perspective
    B. Process Development offer a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build and deploy a process
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that Process modeling is a subset of Process Development perspective, and Process Development offers a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build, and deploy a process. This means that process modeling is a part of the larger process development perspective, and process development encompasses a broader range of capabilities for the entire process lifecycle.

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  • 9. 

    Which ways are used to create a BPM project on NWDS

    • A.

      New project- choose Process -> create Pool -> create Lane

    • B.

      Go to process development perspective -> New Project -> create Pool -> Create Lane

    • C.

      New Process- choose Project -> create Lane

    • D.

      Go to process development perspective -> New Pool -> create Lane

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. New project- choose Process -> create Pool -> create Lane
    B. Go to process development perspective -> New Project -> create Pool -> Create Lane
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a combination of two options: "New project- choose Process -> create Pool -> create Lane" and "Go to process development perspective -> New Project -> create Pool -> Create Lane". These options suggest that in order to create a BPM project on NWDS, one needs to start by creating a new project, then choose the process option, and finally create a pool and a lane within that project. The second option emphasizes the need to go to the process development perspective before creating the pool and lane.

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  • 10. 

    Managing the lifecycle of a BPM involves the following phases:

    • A.

      Design (Graphically)

    • B.

      Modeling

    • C.

      Executing

    • D.

      Monitoring

    • E.

      Improvement (continuos improvement of the modeled business processes)

    • F.

      Rebuilding

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Design (Graphically)
    B. Modeling
    C. Executing
    D. Monitoring
    E. Improvement (continuos improvement of the modeled business processes)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the order in which the phases of managing the lifecycle of a BPM occur. The first phase is designing the BPM graphically, which involves creating a visual representation of the business processes. The next phase is modeling, where the designed BPM is converted into a more detailed and structured model. After that, the BPM is executed, meaning it is implemented and put into action. Monitoring is the next phase, where the performance and effectiveness of the BPM are observed and analyzed. Finally, the phase of improvement focuses on continuously improving the modeled business processes based on the monitoring results.

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  • 11. 

    What represent a Business Rule

    • A.

      Constraints on behaviour of the business and the policies and the guidelines which drive decissions

    • B.

      Standard Guidelines in a business

    • C.

      Constratints that apply in the behaviour of an specific situation

    Correct Answer
    A. Constraints on behaviour of the business and the policies and the guidelines which drive decissions
    Explanation
    A business rule represents constraints on the behavior of a business and the policies and guidelines that drive decisions. These rules dictate how the business operates and guide the decision-making process. They ensure consistency and compliance with regulations, industry standards, and internal policies. By following these rules, businesses can maintain order, make informed decisions, and achieve their desired outcomes.

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  • 12. 

    An exclusive choice must to have at least two choices: Which types must be the result

    • A.

      Integer

    • B.

      String

    • C.

      Boolean

    • D.

      Decimal

    Correct Answer
    C. Boolean
    Explanation
    An exclusive choice refers to a situation where only one option can be selected from a given set of choices. In this case, the result must be a Boolean type because it is the only option that represents a binary value, typically true or false. Integer, String, and Decimal types are not exclusive choices as they can have multiple possible values. Therefore, the correct answer is Boolean.

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  • 13. 

    Which kind of objects you could access from Process Composer perspective

    • A.

      ESR

    • B.

      ID Integration Directory

    • C.

      Data types

    • D.

      Development Compositioner

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. ESR
    B. ID Integration Directory
    C. Data types
    Explanation
    From the Process Composer perspective, you can access ESR (Enterprise Service Repository) which contains all the service interfaces, message types, and data types used in the integration scenarios. You can also access the ID (Integration Directory) which stores the configuration and routing information for the integration scenarios. Additionally, you can access data types which define the structure and format of the data exchanged between systems. Development Composer is not mentioned as an object that can be accessed from the Process Composer perspective.

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  • 14. 

    Which technical scenarios allow resusability of BRM

    • A.

      Model rules driven decisions from whithin a composite business process model

    • B.

      Model rules in SAP Composition Enviroment (CE) independently of reuse them across a variety of edge composite applications

    • C.

      Model rules in SAP Composition Environment (CE) and call these rules from an ABAP business application through  the Business Rules Framework Plus  - Java BRM Connector

    • D.

      Call a rule driven decission modeled as a web service in SAP CE from SAP BW

    • E.

      Call a rule driven decission modeled as a web service in SAP CE from SAP J2EE

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Model rules driven decisions from whithin a composite business process model
    B. Model rules in SAP Composition Enviroment (CE) independently of reuse them across a variety of edge composite applications
    C. Model rules in SAP Composition Environment (CE) and call these rules from an ABAP business application through  the Business Rules Framework Plus  - Java BRM Connector
    D. Call a rule driven decission modeled as a web service in SAP CE from SAP BW
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a combination of options 1, 2, and 3. Model rules driven decisions from within a composite business process model allows for reusability of BRM. Additionally, model rules in SAP Composition Environment (CE) can be independently reused across a variety of edge composite applications. Furthermore, model rules in SAP Composition Environment (CE) can be called from an ABAP business application through the Business Rules Framework Plus - Java BRM Connector, further enhancing reusability. Option 4, calling a rule-driven decision modeled as a web service in SAP CE from SAP BW, does not specifically mention reusability, and option 5, calling a rule-driven decision modeled as a web service in SAP CE from SAP J2EE, is not mentioned in the context of reusability.

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  • 15. 

    BRM consists of three components; select the items

    • A.

      Rules Composer

    • B.

      Rules manager

    • C.

      Rules Engine

    • D.

      Rules Desk

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Rules Composer
    B. Rules manager
    C. Rules Engine
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a list of the three components that make up BRM: Rules Composer, Rules Manager, and Rules Engine. These components work together to create, manage, and execute rules within a business rules management system. The Rules Composer is responsible for designing and creating the rules, the Rules Manager is in charge of organizing and maintaining the rules, and the Rules Engine executes the rules in real-time.

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  • 16. 

    SAP PI AEX is composed from:

    • A.

      SAP AS JAVA a fully compliant J2EE server

    • B.

      SAP NWDS used for Java development for the as JAVA

    • C.

      Enterprise Service Builder

    • D.

      SAP AS ABAP 6.20

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. SAP AS JAVA a fully compliant J2EE server
    B. SAP NWDS used for Java development for the as JAVA
    C. Enterprise Service Builder
    Explanation
    SAP PI AEX is composed of SAP AS JAVA, which is a fully compliant J2EE server. This means that it supports the Java programming language and can run Java applications. Additionally, SAP NWDS (NetWeaver Developer Studio) is used for Java development for the AS JAVA. This tool allows developers to create and modify Java applications specifically for the AS JAVA environment. Lastly, the Enterprise Service Builder is included in SAP PI AEX, which is a tool used for designing and configuring enterprise services. This allows users to define and manage the services that are used within the SAP PI AEX system.

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  • 17. 

    SAP NWDI (Netweaver Developer Infraestructure) provide the following services:

    • A.

      DTR (Design Time Repository) as central source code administration and versioning

    • B.

      CMS ( Change Management System) for transport from development systems to another systems

    • C.

      CBS ( Component Build Services ) to enable central building

    • D.

      DSB ( Domain Single Business ) for System landscape orchrestation

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. DTR (Design Time Repository) as central source code administration and versioning
    B. CMS ( Change Management System) for transport from development systems to another systems
    C. CBS ( Component Build Services ) to enable central building
    Explanation
    SAP NWDI (Netweaver Developer Infrastructure) provides various services for developers. The DTR (Design Time Repository) acts as a central source code administration and versioning system, allowing developers to manage and control their code. The CMS (Change Management System) enables the transport of code from development systems to other systems, ensuring smooth deployment. The CBS (Component Build Services) allows for central building, making it easier for developers to build and compile their components. These services together provide a comprehensive infrastructure for developers to efficiently manage and develop their applications.

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  • 18. 

    How is the seamless integration between the components of NWDI?  

    • A.

      (1) Development Components are created and stored in central repository. (2) DTR can built an automated Build processusing the CBS and added to CM ( 3) the result is distributed through defined software logistic process

    • B.

      (1) CBS can built an automated Build processusing the CM and added to DTR (2) Development Components are created and stored in central repository. ( 3) the result isn distributed through defined software logistic process

    • C.

      (1) Development Components are created and stored in central repository. (2) DTD can built an automated Build processusing the CBS and added to CM ( 3) the result isn distributed through defined software logistic process  

    • D.

      (1) Development Components are created and stored in central repository. (2) DTR can built an automated Build processusing the CBS and added to CM ( 3) the result is not distributed through defined software logistic process  

    Correct Answer
    A. (1) Development Components are created and stored in central repository. (2) DTR can built an automated Build processusing the CBS and added to CM ( 3) the result is distributed through defined software logistic process
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that the seamless integration between the components of NWDI is achieved by creating and storing Development Components in a central repository. The DTR (Development Component Repository) is used to build an automated Build process using the CBS (Change and Transport System) and the result is then distributed through a defined software logistic process. This ensures that the components are effectively integrated and the changes are properly managed and distributed.

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  • 19. 

    Where you could mantain, discover and manage the developed services?

    • A.

      ESR

    • B.

      IB

    • C.

      Service Requester

    • D.

      Services Registry

    Correct Answer
    A. ESR
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ESR, which stands for Enterprise Services Repository. ESR is a centralized repository where you can maintain, discover, and manage the developed services. It allows you to store and organize service definitions, interface descriptions, and other related artifacts. With ESR, you can easily access and manage the services within your organization, making it a crucial component for service-oriented architecture and enterprise integration.

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  • 20. 

    What you can make in the ESR WEB UI?

    • A.

      Search

    • B.

      Subscribe

    • C.

      Manage

    • D.

      Append

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Search
    B. Subscribe
    C. Manage
    Explanation
    In the ESR WEB UI, you can perform various actions such as searching for specific information, subscribing to receive updates or notifications, managing different aspects or settings, and appending or adding additional data or content. These actions allow users to effectively navigate and utilize the ESR WEB UI for their specific needs and requirements.

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  • 21. 

    Functionality of Services registry allows to

    • A.

      Publish

    • B.

      Search

    • C.

      Discover

    • D.

      Append

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Publish
    B. Search
    C. Discover
    Explanation
    The functionality of Services registry allows users to publish their services, making them available for others to discover and search for. It also enables users to search for services that are already published and discover new services that meet their requirements. The option "Append" is not a valid functionality of Services registry.

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  • 22. 

    Which kind of quality services are supported by BPM

    • A.

      Best Effort

    • B.

      Exactly Once

    • C.

      Exactly Once in Order

    • D.

      Best Effort in Order

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Best Effort
    B. Exactly Once
    Explanation
    BPM, or Business Process Management, supports both Best Effort and Exactly Once quality services. Best Effort refers to delivering a service without any guarantees or assurances, while Exactly Once ensures that a service is executed only once and not duplicated. BPM can support both of these quality services depending on the specific requirements and needs of the business process being managed.

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  • 23. 

    Does BPM Support Aknowledgements?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    BPM (Business Process Management) systems do not typically support acknowledgements. BPM systems are designed to automate and streamline business processes, such as workflow management, task assignment, and data integration. While acknowledgements may be a part of certain business processes, BPM systems themselves do not have built-in support for handling acknowledgements.

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  • 24. 

    Does BPM support Message Attachments

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    BPM (Business Process Management) does not inherently support message attachments. BPM systems primarily focus on managing and automating business processes, such as workflow management and task allocation, rather than handling message attachments. While some BPM systems may have the capability to handle attachments as part of a specific process, it is not a fundamental feature of BPM. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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  • 25. 

    Which tools are available for BPM development?

    • A.

      SLD

    • B.

      ESR

    • C.

      ID

    • D.

      NWDS

    • E.

      DTR

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. SLD
    B. ESR
    C. ID
    D. NWDS
    Explanation
    The available tools for BPM development are SLD, ESR, ID, and NWDS. SLD stands for System Landscape Directory, which is used to manage system landscapes and their components. ESR refers to Enterprise Service Repository, which is used to define and manage enterprise services. ID stands for Integration Directory, which is used for configuring and managing integration scenarios. NWDS stands for NetWeaver Developer Studio, which is an integrated development environment for developing applications on the SAP NetWeaver platform. These tools are essential for the development and management of business process management (BPM) solutions.

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  • 26. 

    Your costumer delivers you a highly detailed process information, which approach you must to use to model it in BPM?

    • A.

      Top-down

    • B.

      Bottom-up

    • C.

      Inside-out

    • D.

      Outside-In

    Correct Answer
    A. Top-down
    Explanation
    A top-down approach is the most suitable method to model a highly detailed process information in BPM. This approach involves starting with a broad overview of the process and then breaking it down into smaller, more detailed components. This allows for a systematic and structured analysis of the process, ensuring that all aspects are considered and nothing is overlooked. By starting from the top and gradually drilling down into the details, the modeling process becomes more efficient and accurate.

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  • 27. 

    What is a perspective in NWDS

    • A.

      A perspective is a visual container for a set of views and editors, generally put together to allow the developer easily implement a specific tupe of development component

    • B.

      A perspective is a  set of components that allow developers to specific enable a function in the NWDS  

    • C.

      A perspective is a java component that allows to develop a custom function, generally put together to allow the developer easily implement a specific tupe of development component  

    • D.

      A perspective is an editor that allow to interact directly with source code  

    Correct Answer
    A. A perspective is a visual container for a set of views and editors, generally put together to allow the developer easily implement a specific tupe of development component
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that a perspective in NWDS is a visual container that contains a set of views and editors. This container is designed to make it easier for developers to implement a specific type of development component.

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  • 28. 

    How to open a perspective in NWDS?

    • A.

      From studio screen choose window -> open perspective ->Other and select the one that you need

    • B.

      Use the open perspective icon

    • C.

      Use the last used icon

    • D.

      Use the new perspective option

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. From studio screen choose window -> open perspective ->Other and select the one that you need
    B. Use the open perspective icon
    C. Use the last used icon
    Explanation
    The correct answer options provide different ways to open a perspective in NWDS. The first option suggests choosing the "window" menu, then selecting "open perspective" and choosing the desired perspective from the "Other" option. The second option suggests using the "open perspective" icon to directly open a perspective. The third option suggests using the "last used" icon to open the perspective that was last used.

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  • 29. 

    Which statements are right about a BPM

    • A.

      A pool act as a container for the sequence flow between activities

    • B.

      A sequence flow can cross lanes between within a pool but cannot go outside the boundaries of the pool

    • C.

      Only one pool could be active in one moment even if you have many pools

    • D.

      A BPM habilitate integration message between platforms under end to end scenaries

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. A pool act as a container for the sequence flow between activities
    B. A sequence flow can cross lanes between within a pool but cannot go outside the boundaries of the pool
    C. Only one pool could be active in one moment even if you have many pools
    Explanation
    A pool acts as a container for the sequence flow between activities. This means that the pool defines the scope or boundary within which the activities are performed. A sequence flow can cross lanes within a pool, meaning that it can connect activities that belong to different lanes within the same pool. However, a sequence flow cannot go outside the boundaries of the pool. Additionally, even if there are multiple pools in a BPM, only one pool can be active at a time.

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  • 30. 

    Which elements you could create with a speed button

    • A.

      Creates an activity

    • B.

      Creates a gateway

    • C.

      Creates an event

    • D.

      Creates an artifact

    • E.

      Create a Lane

    • F.

      Create a Pool

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Creates an activity
    B. Creates a gateway
    C. Creates an event
    D. Creates an artifact
    Explanation
    The speed button allows you to create various elements in a process model. It can be used to create activities, gateways, events, and artifacts. Activities represent the tasks or actions that need to be performed in the process. Gateways are used to control the flow of the process. Events represent something that happens during the process, such as the start or end of a process. Artifacts are used to provide additional information or documentation about the process. The speed button does not create lanes or pools, which are used for organizing and grouping elements in a process model.

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  • 31. 

    Which elements could be created outside the Pool?

    • A.

      Annotations

    • B.

      Data Objects

    • C.

      Data Types

    • D.

      Actors

    Correct Answer
    A. Annotations
    Explanation
    Annotations can be created outside the Pool because they are used to add additional information or metadata to a program, class, method, or variable. They are not directly related to the execution of the program and do not represent any physical entity. Therefore, they can be created independently and added to the code as needed. Data Objects, Data Types, and Actors, on the other hand, are elements that represent tangible entities within a system and are typically created within the Pool.

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  • 32. 

    Which elements integrate the process composer to help building a BPM?

    • A.

      Web service consumption

    • B.

      Use de Web Dynpro / Visual Composer

    • C.

      Adobe Offline Forms

    • D.

      Rules and Functions

    • E.

      ESR integration

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Web service consumption
    B. Use de Web Dynpro / Visual Composer
    C. Adobe Offline Forms
    D. Rules and Functions
    Explanation
    The elements that integrate the process composer to help build a BPM are web service consumption, the use of Web Dynpro / Visual Composer, Adobe Offline Forms, and rules and functions. These elements work together to enhance the functionality and capabilities of the process composer, allowing for the integration of web services, the creation of user-friendly interfaces, offline form capabilities, and the implementation of rules and functions to streamline and automate the BPM process.

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  • 33. 

    Does Rules and functions provide capabilities to allow decision taking in the process?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Rules and functions do provide capabilities to allow decision taking in the process. Rules are a set of conditions and actions that can be used to automate decision-making. They can be used to define specific criteria or conditions that need to be met in order to make a decision. Functions, on the other hand, are reusable blocks of code that can be used to perform specific tasks or calculations. By using rules and functions, decision-making can be automated and streamlined, allowing for more efficient and effective processes.

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  • 34. 

    Which are the steps to allow process development?

    • A.

      Define the business process

    • B.

      Modeling the process

    • C.

      Define the business logic and data flow

    • D.

      Compile and deploy

    • E.

      Choreography the process

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Define the business process
    B. Modeling the process
    C. Define the business logic and data flow
    D. Compile and deploy
    Explanation
    The steps to allow process development are as follows: first, the business process needs to be defined. This involves understanding and documenting the specific steps and requirements of the process. Next, the process is modeled, which helps visualize and analyze how the process will work. Then, the business logic and data flow are defined, which involves determining the rules and logic that will govern the process, as well as how data will be input, processed, and output. Finally, the process is compiled and deployed, making it ready for execution.

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  • 35. 

    Which steps are included in top-down approach?

    • A.

      1.Creating a process 2. Creating the process steps, represent by activities 3. Creating a importing the business logic of the processs steps (tasks, web services, rules)

    • B.

      1.Creating a importing the business logic of the processs steps (tasks, web services, rules) 2. Creating the process steps, represent by activities 3.Creating a process

    • C.

      1. Creating a process 2.Creating a importing the business logic of the processs steps (tasks, web services, rules) 3. Creating the process steps, represent by activities

    Correct Answer
    A. 1.Creating a process 2. Creating the process steps, represent by activities 3. Creating a importing the business logic of the processs steps (tasks, web services, rules)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 1. Creating a process 2. Creating the process steps, represented by activities 3. Importing the business logic of the process steps (tasks, web services, rules). This sequence of steps follows a top-down approach, starting with the overall process creation, then breaking it down into individual steps, and finally importing the necessary business logic for each step.

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  • 36. 

    Which steps are included in Bottom-up approach?

    • A.

      1.Creating and Importing business logic of the process steps (task, web services, rules) 2. Creating a process 3. Creating the process steps, represented by activities

    • B.

      1. Creating the process steps, represented by activities 2. Creating a process 3. Creating and Importing business logic of the process steps (task, web services, rules)

    • C.

      1.Creating a process 2. Creating the process steps, represented by activities 3. Creating and Importing business logic of the process steps (task, web services, rules)

    Correct Answer
    A. 1.Creating and Importing business logic of the process steps (task, web services, rules) 2. Creating a process 3. Creating the process steps, represented by activities
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 1.Creating and Importing business logic of the process steps (task, web services, rules) 2. Creating a process 3. Creating the process steps, represented by activities. This is the correct order of steps in a bottom-up approach. First, the business logic of the process steps is created and imported, which includes defining tasks, web services, and rules. Then, the process itself is created. Finally, the process steps are created and represented by activities. This approach starts with the detailed implementation of individual steps and gradually builds up to the overall process.

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  • 37. 

    Which are the tree approach to process modeling in SAP BPM?

    • A.

      Top-down approach

    • B.

      Bottom-up approach

    • C.

      Outside-In approach

    • D.

      Inside-Out approach

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Top-down approach
    B. Bottom-up approach
    D. Inside-Out approach
    Explanation
    The top-down approach in SAP BPM involves starting with the overall process and breaking it down into smaller subprocesses. This approach allows for a holistic view of the process and ensures that all subprocesses are aligned with the overall objectives. The bottom-up approach, on the other hand, starts with individual tasks or activities and builds them up into a complete process. This approach is useful when the process is already well-defined at a lower level and needs to be expanded. The Inside-Out approach focuses on the internal operations and resources of the organization, while the Outside-In approach considers the customer's perspective and focuses on delivering value to them.

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  • 38. 

    Which perspective are used in NWDS to allow build a BPM?

    • A.

      Process Development Perspective

    • B.

      Process Modeling Perspective

    • C.

      Integration Administration Perspective

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Process Development Perspective
    B. Process Modeling Perspective
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Process Development Perspective and Process Modeling Perspective. These perspectives are used in NWDS (NetWeaver Developer Studio) to enable the building of a Business Process Management (BPM) solution. The Process Development Perspective allows developers to design and develop business processes using tools and features specific to BPM. The Process Modeling Perspective provides a graphical interface for modeling and visualizing business processes, making it easier for business analysts and process designers to collaborate and define the workflow. Both perspectives are essential in creating and managing BPM solutions in NWDS.

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  • 39. 

    Which affirmations are true?

    • A.

      Process modeling perspective is a subset of the process development perspective

    • B.

      Process development perspective offer a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build and deploy a process

    • C.

      Process modeling perspective offer a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build and deploy a process

    • D.

      Integration Administration Manager is required to build a BPM

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Process modeling perspective is a subset of the process development perspective
    B. Process development perspective offer a full set of capabilities for design, implement, build and deploy a process
    Explanation
    The first statement is true because process modeling perspective focuses on creating models that represent the structure and behavior of a process, which is a subset of the broader process development perspective that encompasses all aspects of developing a process. The second statement is also true because process development perspective includes capabilities for designing, implementing, building, and deploying a process. The fourth statement is not mentioned in the question, so its truthfulness cannot be determined.

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  • 40. 

    Which are the objects for process development and process modeling perspective?

    • A.

      Abstract event

    • B.

      Activities

    • C.

      Gateways

    • D.

      Interfaces

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Abstract event
    B. Activities
    C. Gateways
    Explanation
    From a process development and process modeling perspective, the objects include abstract events, activities, and gateways. Abstract events represent triggers or signals that initiate or interrupt a process. Activities are the tasks or actions that need to be performed within the process. Gateways are used to control the flow of the process and make decisions based on certain conditions. These objects are essential for designing and optimizing processes in order to achieve efficient and effective outcomes.

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  • 41. 

    Abstract flows are used without specific type and are used when object type doesnt matter

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Abstract flows are indeed used without a specific type and are employed when the object type does not matter. This means that abstract flows can be used to represent and manipulate data in a generic way, without being tied to a particular object or data structure. This flexibility allows for more versatile and reusable code, as abstract flows can be used with different types of data without needing to modify the flow itself. Therefore, the statement "Abstract flows are used without specific type and are used when object type doesn't matter" is true.

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  • 42. 

    Which elements are provided by SAP to manage large projects?

    • A.

      Design Time Repository, Central Build Services, Change Management Service

    • B.

      Design Time Repository, Central Build Services, Change Management Service, CTS +

    • C.

      ESR, Central Build Services, Change Management Service

    • D.

      Design Time Repository, Central Build Services, Change Management Service, SAP NWA

    Correct Answer
    A. Design Time Repository, Central Build Services, Change Management Service
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Design Time Repository, Central Build Services, Change Management Service. These elements are provided by SAP to manage large projects. The Design Time Repository is used to store and manage development objects. Central Build Services is used for continuous integration and automated build processes. Change Management Service is used to track and manage changes made to the project. These three elements work together to provide a comprehensive solution for managing large projects in SAP.

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  • 43. 

    What is a perspective in Eclipse

    • A.

      A perspective is a visual container for a set of view and editors, generally put together to implement an specific type of Development component

    • B.

      A perspective is a window container for a set of editors  

    • C.

      A visual container of tools put together to enable a solution

    Correct Answer
    A. A perspective is a visual container for a set of view and editors, generally put together to implement an specific type of Development component
    Explanation
    A perspective in Eclipse refers to a visual container that includes a set of views and editors. These views and editors are typically organized together to implement a specific type of development component. In other words, a perspective in Eclipse provides a customized layout and arrangement of tools and features that are relevant to a particular task or development workflow.

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  • 44. 

    Which are the other names that receive the BPM perspectives in NWDS

    • A.

      Process modeling perspective as Sketch view

    • B.

      Process development perspecive as developer view

    • C.

      Process modeling perspective as Choreography View

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Process modeling perspective as Sketch view
    B. Process development perspecive as developer view
    Explanation
    The different perspectives in NWDS that receive the BPM perspectives are the Process modeling perspective as Sketch view and the Process development perspective as developer view. These perspectives allow users to model and develop processes in different ways, with the Sketch view providing a visual representation of the process and the developer view offering a more technical approach to process development.

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  • 45. 

    Which perspectives are the mainly used in BPM construction process

    • A.

      Design Time Repository

    • B.

      Development Infraestructure

    • C.

      Process Development

    • D.

      Process Modeling

    • E.

      Rules Composer (for building business rules)

    • F.

      SAP Process Integration Administration

    • G.

      SAP Process Integration Designer

    • H.

      SAP Process Integration Runtime

    • I.

      Process Construction Designer

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Design Time Repository
    B. Development Infraestructure
    C. Process Development
    D. Process Modeling
    E. Rules Composer (for building business rules)
    F. SAP Process Integration Administration
    G. SAP Process Integration Designer
    H. SAP Process Integration Runtime
    Explanation
    The perspectives mainly used in the BPM construction process are Design Time Repository, Development Infrastructure, Process Development, Process Modeling, Rules Composer (for building business rules), SAP Process Integration Administration, SAP Process Integration Designer, SAP Process Integration Runtime, and Process Construction Designer. These perspectives are essential for various stages of the BPM construction process, including designing and modeling processes, managing rules, and integrating SAP processes.

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  • 46. 

    After you have created a busness system in the System Landscape Directory (SLD), you can assign and transport target to this business system. What is the purpose of a transport target?

    • A.

      To adapt the business system configuration objects to the transport target

    • B.

      To support the implementation of integration escenarios

    • C.

      To act as the Imported Archive in the Enterprise Services Repository

    • D.

      To configure the message flow for messages sent from the business system

    Correct Answer
    A. To adapt the business system configuration objects to the transport target
    Explanation
    The purpose of a transport target is to adapt the business system configuration objects to the transport target. This means that the business system can be modified and configured to fit the specific requirements of the transport target, ensuring that it functions correctly within that target environment. This allows for seamless integration and smooth operation of the business system within the chosen transport target.

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  • 47. 

    Which are the ways to open a perspective in NWDS?

    • A.

      By using the menu

    • B.

      By using the perspective icon

    • C.

      By using the last used icon

    • D.

      By using the file menu

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. By using the menu
    B. By using the perspective icon
    C. By using the last used icon
    Explanation
    The ways to open a perspective in NWDS are by using the menu, the perspective icon, or the last used icon. These options provide different ways for the user to access and switch between perspectives based on their preference and convenience. The menu option allows the user to navigate through the different perspectives available, while the perspective icon provides a quick and direct way to access a specific perspective. The last used icon allows the user to easily switch back to the perspective they were previously working on.

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  • 48. 

    What elements could assigned in Pools and Lanes?

    • A.

      Activities

    • B.

      Tasks

    • C.

      Artifacts

    • D.

      Mappings

    • E.

      Pools

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Activities
    B. Tasks
    Explanation
    Pools and lanes are used in process modeling to visually represent different aspects of a process. Pools represent the different participants or organizations involved in the process, while lanes represent the different roles or departments within each participant. Activities and tasks are the actions or steps that need to be performed within the process, and artifacts are the documents or deliverables that are produced or used during the process. Therefore, activities and tasks can be assigned to pools and lanes to indicate which participants or roles are responsible for performing them.

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  • 49. 

    What is a Pool and Lane?

    • A.

      Pool is business process

    • B.

      Lane is an structure rol / activitie

    • C.

      Pool is a business container

    • D.

      Lane is a process participant

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Pool is business process
    B. Lane is an structure rol / activitie
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that a Pool is a business process and a Lane is a structure role/activity. This means that a Pool represents a complete business process or a high-level process, while a Lane represents a specific role or activity within that process. Pools are used to group related activities or processes, while Lanes are used to assign responsibilities to specific individuals or departments.

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  • 50. 

    Which elements you could create with a speed button?

    • A.

      An activity (Human, automated, mapping) or subprocess

    • B.

      Gateways (exclusive choice, parallel split, parallel join)

    • C.

      An artifact (Data Object, annotation)

    • D.

      An Event

    • E.

      An Interface

    • F.

      A mapping

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. An activity (Human, automated, mapping) or subprocess
    B. Gateways (exclusive choice, parallel split, parallel join)
    C. An artifact (Data Object, annotation)
    D. An Event
    Explanation
    A speed button is a feature that allows for the quick creation of various elements in a software or application. With a speed button, you can create activities (such as human, automated, or mapping activities) or subprocesses. Additionally, you can create gateways, including exclusive choice, parallel split, and parallel join gateways. Furthermore, you can create artifacts like data objects and annotations, as well as events and interfaces. The speed button provides a convenient and efficient way to create these elements without having to navigate through multiple menus or options.

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