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IBM WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools V8.5 with Liberty Profile
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Question #1

Which of the following options for sending binary data are compliant to either WS-I Basic
Profile (BP) V1.1 or V1.2?

A. SOAP with Attachments

B. Base64 encode the data inline

C. Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME)

D. Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) / XML-Binary Optimized Packaging (XOP)

Question #2

Refer to the exhibit, and identify the WSDL elements shown by the arrows.

A. Message part, port, port type

B. Endpoint, interface, message part

C. Port, operation, response message

D. Port type, response element, service

Question #3

Which of the following standards does the WS-Organization recommend for Web services
according to WS-I Basic Profile (BP)1.1?

A. WSDL 1.1, SOAP 1.1

B. WSDL 1.1, SOAP 1.1, MTOM

C. WSDL 1.1, SOAP 1.1, SOAP 1.2

D. WSDL 1.1, SOAP 1.1, SOAP 1.2, MTOM

E. WSDL 1.1, SOAP 1.1, SOAP with Attachments

Question #4

Which one of these steps does NOT apply when a developer is setting a JAX-WS Web
service to be SOAP 1.2 compliant?

A. Use a JAX-WS Binding Type annotation

B. Set a property on the SOAP Binding object

C. Specify wsdl:Xsoap1.2 as a flag during wsgen

D. Specify in the WSDL to use a SOAP 1.2 SOAP binding in the WSDL binding

Question #5

Which task is supported on WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools when targeting
the Liberty runtime?

A. Start and stop a remote server

B. Federate applications to the server

C. Deploy RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) applications

D. Automatically update the target runtime when importing an application with an invalid runtime

Question #6

A bank would like to design a JAX-WS Web service to transfer funds. The server will be
deployed to IBM Web Sphere Application Server V7.0.Two key requirements are to ensure:
1) the request is only sent once 2) cross vendor interoperability What is the best way to
accomplish this?

A. Use WS-Security

B. Use WS-Atomic Transaction

C. Use WS-Reliable Messaging

D. Add a handler to implement the duplication detection logic

E. Implement application code in the Web service to detect duplication

Question #7

A developer is creating a new Web service from a Java bean. Which of the following tasks
CANNOT be performed using the Create Web Service Wizard in IBM Rational Application
Developer V7.5?

A. Enable MTOM support

B. Specify custom bindings files

C. Publish the Web service to a UDDI registry

D. Associate the Web service project with an EAR

E. Configure TCP/IP Monitor to monitor SOAP messages

Question #8

A developer suspects there is a problem in JAX-B serialization in the client side. Which tool
can be used to test the Web Services by bypassing JAXB?

A. WSDL Explorer

B. TCP/IP Monitor

C. Generated Test JSP Client

D. Universal Test Client (UTC)

Question #9

Which IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5 tool can be used to validate the SOAP
messages against WS-I standards?

A. TCP/IP Monitor

B. Profiling Monitor

C. Web Services Explorer

D. Universal Test Client (UTC)

Question #10

What is the environment variable that points to the location where the JDK is installed?

A. JAR_HOME

B. JDK_HOME

C. JAV_HOME

D. JAVA_HOME

Question #11

Which statements below are TRUE in IBM Web Sphere Application Server V7.0?

A. JAX-WS and JAX-RPC both offer support for SOAP with attachments

B. JAX-WS only supports MTOM and JAX-RPC only supports SOAP with Attachments.

C. JAX-RPC supports WSDL 1.1 and SOAP 1.1 only. JAX-WS adds support for bothWSDL 2.0 and SOAP 1.2.

D. JAX-RPC does not validate any SOAP messages. However JAX-WS, with its inclusion of JAXB, validates all SOAP messages.

E. JAX-WS based Web services add native support for WS-Addressing whereas JAX-RPC only offers Web Sphere-specific APIs to use WS-Addressing.

Question #12

In IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5, which tool is BEST for testing JAX-WS
application with MTOM attachments?

A. TCP/IP Monitor

B. Web Services Explorer

C. Generated Test JSP Client

D. Universal Test Client (UTC)

Question #13

Refer to the exhibits.

A. The header block will be forwarded to the next SOAP node after being processed.

B. The header block will be forwarded to the next SOAP node without being processed.

C. The header block will be removed after being processed and the message will be forwarded to the next SOAP node.

D. The header block will be removed without being processed and the message will be forwarded to the next SOAP node.

Question #14

Select the scenario where the specification WS-Make Connection should be used.

A. To return responses back on a separate connection in a request and response flow. For example, enabling WS-Addressing to specify a new address to deliver a response.

B. To establish a connection for out-of-band communication with 3rd endpoint. For example, in using WS-Secure Conversation with another business endpoint, a token can be obtained from a 3rd party provider.

C. To tunnel through a firewall and establish a back channel for messages to be sent to a previously un-addressable endpoint. For example, with WS- ReliableMessagingreestablishing a connection through a firewall for acknowledgements.

D. To create a separate connection to an endpoint to gain metadata about an endpoint prior to the initial request. For example, creating a connection to a separate endpoint to retrieve WSPolicy information about how to establish connectivity to a web services endpoint.

Question #15

How can a developer ensure that a fault will occur if the service does not recognize a
SOAP header entry containing a transaction number?

A. Set the fault Code value to soap: Transaction

B. Include a Fault element in the SOAP message

C. Include a must Understand attribute in the header entry

D. Include a detail element containing application-specific elements according to the XML Schema

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