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000-296
IBM WebSphere MQ V5.3 Solution Design

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Question 1
Which of the following is a feature of using local queues with QSGDISP(SHARED) instead of QSGDISP(QMGR) on a z/OS queue manager?
A. Messages greater than 63KB are supported
B. Segmented messages are supported
C. Messages are available to other queue managers in the queue sharing group
D. The same message can be retrieved simultaneously from several queue managers
Answer: C
Question 2
After the acquisition of another company an enterprise needs to move a series of existing WebSphere MQ applications to the newly acquired group of distributed UNIX queue managers. Which of the following methods are MOST appropriate for loading the new WebSphere MQ object definitions to the remote queue managers?
A. Enter the definitions using RUNMQSC at each remote queue manager
B. Send the definitions in a text file to each remote queue manager and issue RUNMQSC on each queue manager with the file redirected as input
C. Create the definitions as series of PCF commands and send them to SYSTEM.ADMIN.COMMAND.QUEUE on the remote queue managers
D. Take a full backup of one of the existing queue managers, and restore that backup to each new queue manager.
E. Use the MAKEDEF command to accomplish this
Answer: B,C
Question 3
Abc .com is developing a messaging architecture using the WebSphere MQ API to interface with IMS on a z/OS host. Which of the following techniques is MOST appropriate to transfer data to an IMS application that is WebSphere MQ enabled?
A. Use the WebSphere MQ IMS bridge function
B. Use WebSphere MQ triggering to start IMS transactions
C. Have the WebSphere MQ application insert the IMS transaction code in the input message
D. Write an applet to transfer data from the message queue to an IMS input dataset
Answer: B
Question 4
On Windows and UNIX platforms, which process should be used to take a full backup of a WebSphere MQ V5.3 queue manager's data?
A. Take down the queue manager, then use operating system functions to back up the queue manager's data structures and log files.
B. Take down the queue manager, then use operating system functions to back up the queue manager's data structures
C. Run bkupqmgr from a command line, specifying the queue manager name and the name of the directory where the backup is to be created
D. Use operating system functions to back up the queue manager's data structures and log files.
Answer: A
Question 5
A large enterprise, running on a group of z/OS machines, wishes to produce and maintain a central configuration repository for WebSphere MQ from which reports can be produced and information generated about the structure of the system. Which of the following methods is MOST appropriate for gathering the data for this repository?
A. Enable CONFIGEV and redefine SYSTEM.ADMIN.CONFIG.EVENT as a remote queue on each queue manager, pointing to a single local event queue
B. Run the SAVEQMGR program and combine the various reports into a single file
C. Write a PCF program that issues INQUIRE commands and run it on each queue manager, sending the results to a central queue
D. Write an application program that issues MQINQ calls and run it on each queue manager, sending the results to a single queue
Answer: A
Question 6
Abc .com is creating a backup and recovery plan for a WebSphere MQ application to be implemented on a z/OS system. Which of the following is a disadvantage of a full backup?
A. A full backup requires dual logging
B. A full backup requires more DASD space than a fuzzy backup
C. A full backup page set cannot be used to recover if the logs are damaged or lost
D. A full backup requires a queue manager shutdown
Answer: D
Question 7
An architect has designed an AIX application that will update WebSphere MQ queues and a DB2 database within a single unit of work, using WebSphere MQ as the transaction manager. The architect wishes to be sure that all possible recovery options are covered within the application in the case of a failure of the transaction. In which of the following circumstances should the architect prepare additional manual recovery procedures?
A. If the application crashes within the unit of work before the MQCMIT
B. If the database crashes within the unit of work before the MQCMIT
C. If the database crashed during the MQCMIT, before the database indicates that it is prepared to commit
D. If the database crashed during the MQCMIT after the database indicates it is prepared to commit
Answer: D

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