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Vendor: Blue Prism
Exam Code: ASD01
Exam Name: Designing Blue Prism Process Solutions
Date: Mar 01, 2019
File Size: 247 KB

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Question 1
MedBank have recently introduced a new Credit Card platform Cred+. There is a requirement to migrate account and card details from the existing banking platform PCBS on to Cred+. 
Account IDs of the cases requiring data transfer will be held on a SQL database. The requirement is that, for each account ID specified on the SQL database, the following data must be read from the PCBS application and input into the Cred+ application:
  • Account ID 
  • Product Type 
  • Name 
  • Address 
  • Date of Birth 
  • Card PAN (Primary Account Number or credit card number) 
  • Card Issue Date 
  • Card Expiry Date 
Once the data has been successfully input into Cred+ the correct record on the SQL database will be updated to indicate data transfer is complete. All work queues will be encrypted, however due to the sensitivity of the data, MedBank insist that a single robot account does not have access to both PCBS and CRED+ systems. 
The following high level design has been proposed:
  
Which of the following statements about the solution design are correct? (Choose two.)
  1. If the PCBS application suffers an outage, all Blue Prism processes specified in this design must stop processing immediately.
  2. The solution enables multiple instances of the Get PCBS Data and Update Cred+ processes to run without risk of collision.
  3. There is a risk that the outcome of a data transfer will not be recorded in the SQL database.
  4. To reduce the elapsed time of the end to end process, the Get Cases process should be run across multiple machines.
  5. The Process Get PCBS Data should be stopped if the Cred+ application suffers an outage to prevent a backlog of cases in the PCBS Data work queue.
  6. Such sensitive data should not be stored in a Blue Prism work queue.
Correct answer: BE
Question 2
Consider the following high-level design. The solution is intended to read medical data from one application in order to update another. An input file is prepared by an overnight batch run for the solution to work through each morning before patients arrive. Usually the input file is fairly small but at certain times each month the file is much larger. 
  
Which of these options should be considered be the process solution designer to guarantee the quality of the end-to-end solution? (Choose four.)
  1. Once in production the process controller should ensure that the process is only ever run on one Resource PC.
  2. The solution should log in to the applications before starting the case working loop.
  3. The solution should split the file into pieces to distribute to each Resource PC.
  4. The solution should log out from applications after existing working loop.
  5. Each Resource PC should be set to take a different row from the others, e.g. RPC-A works rows 1, 4, 7, 10 etc., RPC-B works 2, 5, 8 etc. and RPC-C works 3, 6, 9 etc.
  6. The solution should start by loading the file data into a work queue.
  7. The file should be updated at the start of each case to prevent other RPCs from working it.
  8. Once in production the clinic should wait until the solution has completed before admitting patients.
  9. The batch run should create multiple input files so that each Resource PC has its own file to work with.
  10. The file should be updated after each case to indicate that the case has been worked.
  11. The solution should use an environment lock to ensure the file can only be accessed by one Resource PC at a time.
Correct answer: BEGH
Question 3
When designing business objects which of the following statements is true? (Choose three.)
  1. It’s best practice to keep application logic in one business object so that there is a single point of reference.
  2. It’s good practice to split application logic into multiple objects so that the process is more efficient.
  3. It’s good practice to keep application logic in one business object so that developers know where to find.
  4. It’s good practice to keep application logic in one business object to minimize the process dependencies.
  5. It’s a good practice to split application logic into multiple objects to minimize the process dependencies.
  6. It’s a good practice to split application logic into multiple objects to minimize the effect of change.
  7. It’s a good practice to keep application logic in one business object so that the process is more efficient.
Correct answer: ADF
Question 4
It’s technically possible for one business object to call another. Outside of using utility objects are any of the following valid reasons why you would want to do this?
  1. No. objects should never call other objects.
  2. Yes but object calling other objects could lead to undesirable memory problems so care must be taken.
  3. Yes, to create a wrapper object as a vehicle for a reusable sequence of application logic.
  4. Yes, but only if the object is calling itself.
Correct answer: C
Question 5
A process is required for a client in the banking sector that involves using an application to transfer funds between accounts. A strong security model is in place to prevent any malicious activity but the client is nervous about the risk of external problems, like a power cut leaving a case in an incomplete state or a fault in the source data causing a case to be duplicated or an excessively large transfer to be made. 
What should be included in the solution design? (Choose three.)
  1. A different queue for each major processing step.
  2. A different process for each major processing step.
  3. A single queue that is cleared of all worked items at the start of each day.
  4. Rules to limit transaction values.
  5. A key value that will uniquely identify queue items.
  6. A requirement that the solution is never run on more than one machine.
  7. An exception handling procedure to track manual referrals.
Correct answer: BDE
Question 6
MedBank have recently introduced a new Credit Card platform Cred+. There is a requirement to migrate account and card details from the existing banking platform PCBS on to Cred+. 
Account IDs of the cases requiring data transfer will be held on a SQL database. The requirement is that, for each account ID specified on the SQL database, the following data must be read from the PCBS application and input into the Cred+ application:
  • Account ID 
  • Product Type 
  • Name 
  • Address 
  • Date of Birth 
  • Card PAN (Primary Account Number or credit card number) 
  • Card Issue Date 
  • Card Expiry Date 
Once the data has been successfully input into Cred+ the correct record on the SQL database will be updated to indicate data transfer is complete. All work queues will be encrypted, however due to the sensitivity of the data, MedBank insist that a single robot account does not have access to both PCBS and CRED+ systems. 
The following high level design has been proposed:
  
Which of the following statements about the solution design are correct? (Choose two.)
  1. If the PCBS application suffers an outage, all Blue Prism processes specified in this design must stop processing immediately.
  2. The solution enables multiple instances of the Get PCBS Data and Update Cred+ processes to run without risk of collision.
  3. There is a risk that the outcome of a data transfer will not be recorded in the SQL database.
  4. To reduce the elapsed time of the end to end process, the Get Cases process should be run across multiple machines.
  5. The Process Get PCBS Data should be stopped if the Cred+ application suffers an outage to prevent a backlog of cases in the PCBS Data work queue.
  6. Such sensitive data should not be stored in a Blue Prism work queue.
Correct answer: BE
Question 7
Consider the following high-level design. The solution is intended to read medical data from one application in order to update another. An input file is prepared by an overnight batch run for the solution to work through each morning before patients arrive. Usually the input file is fairly small but at certain times each month the file is much larger. 
  
Which of these options should be considered be the process solution designer to guarantee the quality of the end-to-end solution? (Choose four.)
  1. Once in production the process controller should ensure that the process is only ever run on one Resource PC.
  2. The solution should log in to the applications before starting the case working loop.
  3. The solution should split the file into pieces to distribute to each Resource PC.
  4. The solution should log out from applications after existing working loop.
  5. Each Resource PC should be set to take a different row from the others, e.g. RPC-A works rows 1, 4, 7, 10 etc., RPC-B works 2, 5, 8 etc. and RPC-C works 3, 6, 9 etc.
  6. The solution should start by loading the file data into a work queue.
  7. The file should be updated at the start of each case to prevent other RPCs from working it.
  8. Once in production the clinic should wait until the solution has completed before admitting patients.
  9. The batch run should create multiple input files so that each Resource PC has its own file to work with.
  10. The file should be updated after each case to indicate that the case has been worked.
  11. The solution should use an environment lock to ensure the file can only be accessed by one Resource PC at a time.
Correct answer: BEGH
Question 8
When designing business objects which of the following statements is true? (Choose three.)
  1. It’s best practice to keep application logic in one business object so that there is a single point of reference.
  2. It’s good practice to split application logic into multiple objects so that the process is more efficient.
  3. It’s good practice to keep application logic in one business object so that developers know where to find.
  4. It’s good practice to keep application logic in one business object to minimize the process dependencies.
  5. It’s a good practice to split application logic into multiple objects to minimize the process dependencies.
  6. It’s a good practice to split application logic into multiple objects to minimize the effect of change.
  7. It’s a good practice to keep application logic in one business object so that the process is more efficient.
Correct answer: ADF
Question 9
It’s technically possible for one business object to call another. Outside of using utility objects are any of the following valid reasons why you would want to do this?
  1. No. objects should never call other objects.
  2. Yes but object calling other objects could lead to undesirable memory problems so care must be taken.
  3. Yes, to create a wrapper object as a vehicle for a reusable sequence of application logic.
  4. Yes, but only if the object is calling itself.
Correct answer: C
Question 10
A process is required for a client in the banking sector that involves using an application to transfer funds between accounts. A strong security model is in place to prevent any malicious activity but the client is nervous about the risk of external problems, like a power cut leaving a case in an incomplete state or a fault in the source data causing a case to be duplicated or an excessively large transfer to be made. 
What should be included in the solution design? (Choose three.)
  1. A different queue for each major processing step.
  2. A different process for each major processing step.
  3. A single queue that is cleared of all worked items at the start of each day.
  4. Rules to limit transaction values.
  5. A key value that will uniquely identify queue items.
  6. A requirement that the solution is never run on more than one machine.
  7. An exception handling procedure to track manual referrals.
Correct answer: BDE
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