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Exam Advanced SOA Design & Architecture (S90-08A)
Number S90.08
File Name SOA.CertDumps.S90.08.2017-12-09.1e.100q.vcex
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Posted May 11, 2018

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Demo Questions

Question 1

When applying the Messaging Metadata pattern, it is customary to place business document data in the message header and supplementary messaging metadata in the message body.


  • A: True
  • B: False
Question 2

The Messaging Metadata pattern requires a messaging framework that supports the processing of messages with headers or properties.


  • A: True
  • B: False
Question 3

Which of the following statements is false?


  • A: Widespread use of the Messaging Metadata pattern can be seen in the emergence of many WS-* extensions that define industry standard SOAP header blocks that carry metadata.
  • B: Messaging frameworks and technologies need to provide support for the reading and writing of message headers or properties in order to fully support the application of the Messaging Metadata pattern.
  • C: The Messaging Metadata pattern is not applicable to situations where the message sender and receiver need to participate in stateful or conversational message exchanges.
  • D: The Messaging Metadata pattern can support the application of patterns such as Intermediate Routing by supplementing messages with activity-specific metadata.
Question 4

A service agent has a technical contract that allows it to be explicitly invoked by service consumer programs.


  • A: True
  • B: False
Question 5

Which of the following functions would not be suitable for a typical service agent?


  • A: event logging
  • B: message routing
  • C: complex Web service composition
  • D: error logging
Question 6

The use of service agents will affect the design of service compositions as follows:


  • A: it will tend to increase the number of required services
  • B: it will tend to decrease the number of required services
  • C: it will tend to increase the number of required service compositions
  • D: it will tend to decrease the number of required service compositions
Question 7

Which of the following statements is true?


  • A: The overuse of service agents can lead to dependencies on proprietary vendor platforms.
  • B: The use of service agents is limited to the service architecture.
  • C: Service agents are common in orchestration environments but not within enterprise service bus environments.
  • D: None of these statements are true.
Question 8

Governance can become an issue with service agents because:


  • A: You will need to determine who will own and maintain the service agents.
  • B: Changes to a single service agent can impact multiple services throughout a service inventory.
  • C: Service agents need to be versioned, just like services.
  • D: All of the above.
Question 9

Which of the following patterns may also require the application of the Service Agent pattern?


  • A: Reliable Messaging
  • B: Asynchronous Queuing
  • C: Intermediate Routing
  • D: Policy Centralization
Question 10

Which statement regarding intermediate routing is true?


  • A: The application of the Intermediate Routing pattern is suitable for handling message routing requirements that are dynamic in nature and difficult to anticipate in advance.
  • B: The application of the Intermediate Routing pattern is suitable for handling pre-determined message paths with fixed routing requirements that cannot be changed at runtime.
  • C: The application of the Intermediate Routing pattern tends to improve runtime performance when compared to an approach whereby routing logic is embedded within individual services.
  • D: None of these statements are true.



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