Oracle User Productivity Kit 11 Technical Consultant Essentials
Question No: 61
You are the load for a PeopleSoft upgrade project for a small company with location in the
U.S. and France. Your geographically dispersed development team of three will be using UPK to create training and in-application performance support for Employees in English and French. Although your team is small, select three benefits that you would receive by using a multi-user implementation of UPK compared to separate single-user implementations.
collaborative development environment, which gives authors the ability to share and reuse content
customizable, filterable Details view to show the exact state of the team#39;s development efforts
automatic context capture during recording to provide in-application performance support
version control, including history and rollback to previous versions of a document
Ability to streamline the translation process by using UPK#39;s localization and translation functionality
Content management and deployment mechanism with mature, end-user usage tracking/reporting
Explanation: D:Multi-user Considerations
When the author chooses to save an autorecover document, the Developer verifies that the original version is checked out (and checks it out if necessary) and replaces that version with the autorecover version. The author can then check in the new version as the current version.
Note:functionality that is specific to using the Developer in a multi-user environment such as:
Library Login Profiles
Online and Offline Operation
Document Check In and Check Out
Document Version Control
Library and Folder Synchronization
Document Deletion and Recovery
Sample Custom Views
Reference: OracleUser Productivity, Content Development,Use the Developer in a Multi-
Question No: 62
You have an outline of content, which consists of several modules. Each module contains several topics. You would like to add a summary module, which includes only select topics from each of the other modules.
Select the method to create this summary module.
Copy the topics from the Library and paste them into the summary module.
Copy all modules. Paste Special gt; Link to the Summary module and delete the unneeded topics.
Copy all modules. Paste Special gt; Copy to the Summary module and delete the unneeded topics.
Expand the outline, select the desired topics using Ctrl-click, Copy, and Paste in the Summary module.
Explanation: After you create an outline, you can refine it by changing document relationships, copying
documents, deleting incorrect or unnecessary links, and so on.
In addition to moving documents in the hierarchy, you can copy and paste documents to further refine the outline. When you paste a copied document, you can choose to paste it either as a link to the original document or as a copy of the original document.
Note:To copy and paste a new instance of original document:
Select the document(s) that you want to copy.
You can select multiple documents using the standard Windows selection keys (CTRL click and SHIFT click).
On the Edit menu, choose Copy.
You can also right-click your selection and choose Copy.
Select the document where you want to paste your selection.
On the Edit menu, choose Paste to paste a new instance of the original document.
You can also right-click the document where you want to paste your selection and choose Paste.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity, Content Development,Copy and Paste a Document (Outline Editor)
Question No: 63
You receive an error message during the loading of the library. It states quot;Error Code = 1. Where is the libraryloader.log file (which contains the details of the error) located?
C: \ Documents and Settings \ USERNAME \ Local Settings \ Application Data\UPK
C: \ Documents and Settings \ USERNAME \ Local Settings \ Application Data
C: \ Documents and Settings \ USERNAME \ Local Settings \Temp
C: \ Documents and Files \ User productivity Kit\UPK Developer 40Server
Question No: 64
The Player package includes the files necessary for use in any AICC- or SCORM- compliant Learning Management System (LMS).
Identify two statements that are true about AICC- or SCORM compliant files.
AICC files consist of the following set of files: output.crs, output.au, output.des, and output.cst
SCORM 1.2 files consist ofthe following set of files: imsmanifest.xml and imsmanifest12.xml.
SCORM 1.2 files consist of the following set of files:imsmanifest.xml andimsmanifest13.bat.
AICC and SCORM files are bundled within their own AICC.bat and SCORM.bat files for execution.
AICC and SCORM file outputs are not available during UPK publishing.
Explanation: A:When loading AICC compliant files, you will need to upload the following file types:
*CRS: This is the course file and contains the definition of the entire course.
*AU: This is the assignable unit file and contains the definition of every lesson or block.
*CST: This is the course structure file, which represents the hierarchy of the different lessons.
*DES: This is the descriptor file, which defines the title and description of each lesson B:The published content contains the necessary files to support both SCORM versions. SCORM, however, requires that the manifest be named imsmanifest.xml and that it reside at the root of the Player package. This file will contain the manifest for the version you selected during publishing. The manifest for the other version will be named either imsmanifest12.xml or imsmanifest13.xml, depending on your selections during publishing.
Question No: 65
You are assigned to implement the Help system for a UPK target application. Your client wants to deploy the application#39;s shipped Help and UPK custom content. The client requires that all Help content be accessed from the application#39;s Help system and that users are served a single landing page from which they can select the content they want to view. The client also wants to provide a list of associated links to relevant sites.
What process accomplishes these requirements?
Use UPK#39;s configuration utility available in Windows Start menu with the UPK Developer shortcut to configure the gateway page.
Use the UPK In-Application Support Player Configuration utility to create or modify a configuration file.
Use the UPK content publishing wizard to configure the player output to provide a gateway page and associated requirements.
Use the UPK In-Application Support Configuration utility to modify the target applications landing page to include UPK.
Explanation: As you use the In-Application Support Player Configuration utility to change and save settings,
it creates a configuration file, writes the necessary lines of code, and saves it to the appropriate location.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity,In-Application Support,Release 11.0,Use the In- Application Support Player Configuration Utility
Question No: 66
You are provided a demo environment for a business application. The application is accessible from a web browser. Its database and application server are installed in a virtual machine.
Select the action that will enable you to record UPK content for this business application.
Install UPK Developer in the virtual machine so that it has access to the application server.
Install UPK Developer in the environment where the browser will be run: on the host machine. In the VM, or on another system.
Install UPK Serverin the virtual machine, and UPK Developer on the host machine.
Install UPK Developer on the host machine, and record the virtual machine#39;s window.
Answer: A Explanation:
Note:Q: Can I put the UPK Developer on a VMWare Server? What about a Microsoft Virtual Server?
A: The UPK Developer is regularly tested with a VMWare Server and there are no known issues. The UPK developer has not been specifically tested with Microsoft Virtual Server, but because of the success with VMWare, Virtual Server should work as well.
Question No: 67
Your client wants to deploy UPK content to a Moodle IMS server. The client mentions that Moodle#39;s support for SCORM 1.2 is better than its support for either SCORM 1.3 or AICC. The client wants to take advantage of the better support.
Identify two configuration settings that would make this possible when a course is published.
Select quot;Create zip file from published Player package.quot;
Select the SCORM version 1.2 from the drop-down list.
Set the prefix URI to the location on the server where content will be deployed.
Rename imsmanifesti2.xml in the player package imsmanifest.xnl.
Set LmsConfig.ScormVersion in config.js to 1.2.
Answer: B,E Explanation:
Note on B:
Note 2:Just created a LMS package without issue. But when publishing on our LMS (we’re using Oracle iLearn) the module would work fine until I try to run one of the simulations.
After clicking “See It”, “Try it” or “Know It”, nothing would happen.
Turns out the reason why not was because I’d built the package with the wrong version of SCORM. When publishing (and SCORM version is set when publishing, not as part of the UPK options), UPK defaults to SCORM version 1.3 (2004).
However our LMS is only at 1.2. So the reason why the simulations were not loaded was simply that the package and LMS could not communicate over progress/status.
Changing the SCORM version to 1.2 in UPK, and republishing the LMS package, resolved the issue. The package now presents, completes and tracks perfectly.
[Annoyingly, this setting is not saved so you have to remember to reset it each time you publish. Would be better as a global option – you listening Oracle?]
Question No: 68
While performing an Installation of UPK Developer, you choose to do a “Server and Clientquot; Installation. You are prompted to install the Microsoft Visual C 2008 Redistributable (MSVC ). You are not sure whether to let the installer install this third party application, so you cancel the Installation to do some research on it.
After deciding that it would be all right, you return to the installation. However, this time you decide to perform a quot;Serverquot; installation because you do not want any client files on your
server machine. This time the Installer does NO prompt you to install MSVC . Identify the reason for this.
In the original Installation, after the installer determined that MSVC was needed, it was installed even though you canceled the Installation. The next installation determined that it already existed on the system.
Because the Developer server contains no real user interface, the third-party applications including (MSVC ) do not need to be prompted and will be installed silently. The user will not seethem in use anyway.
MSVC is only a requirement of the Developer Client. Because the second installation was not installing the client files, the installer does not need to include MSVC when installing just the Developer server.
The installer determined that MSVC was already on the system during both installations. In the original installation, because the client files were being installed, and MSVC is a requirement of the client, the installer wanted to make sure they got installed. It will alwaysprompted to install MSVC when the client is installed.
Question No: 69
Before running the UPK Installation, the client#39;s Oracle DBA asks you to first run the database scripts from the web server so that the DBA can see the resulting database. The Oracle database is on a remote server farm. The DBA provides you with an account and the database server name.
How will you connect to the database?
Explanation: sqlplus – SQL*Plus is the command line application for Oracle Database.
Reference: OracleUser Productivity Kit, Installation And Administration Release 11.0, Additional Information for Oracle Database Users
Question No: 70
When using the developer interface in a multi-user installation, the status bar shows the status quot;Disconnected.quot; Identify the cause of this problem.
A single user has been installed instead of a client.
The local machine does not have access to the internet.
The local machine is not connected to the network on which the server is available.
The wrong profile is being used.
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