WebSphere Message Broker V6.0 System Administration
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QUESTION NO: 1
A system administrator at Abc .com needs to write
a script to shutdown a machine where the message broker
is installed. What is the order in which the various
components need to be stopped in order to have a clean
shutdown of the broker?
A. Stop the broker, stop the database, stop the queue
B. Stop queue manager, stop the broker, stop the database.
C. Stop the dataflow engines, stop the database, stop
D. Stop the broker using the i (immediate option),
stop the queue manager the I (immediate option), stop
QUESTION NO: 2
There are two execution groups on a broker. An administrator
needs to remove three message flows from an execution
group and two message flows from another. How many
"mqsideploy" commands at the minimum are
required in order to remove these five message flows?
QUESTION NO: 3
When a publishing application writes its input to
a message flow, to what mandatory queue name is it
A. Any name not used for other purposes, yet.
QUESTION NO: 4
An applet needs to access a WebSphere Message Broker
message flow that implements the Real-timeInput node.
Because the client is on a different intranet than
the broker, how can the applet be connected through
its own firewall and into the broker, whose firewall
has been configured to allow client connections?
A. Using Quality of Protection (QoP) set to Channel
B. Using HTTP tunneling with no SSL authentication
C. Directly to a proxy that forwards the connection
to the broker
D. Using HTTP tunneling with SSL asymmetric (R) authentication
QUESTION NO: 5
What will be the outcome once the following command
mqsicreateexecutiongroup -i localhost -p 1414 -q MYQMGR
-b MYBROKER e EG1
A. The Broker's queue manager 'MYQMGR' receives a
request to create an execution group called EG1 over
B. The Configuration Manager sends a command to the
brokers queue manager 'MYQMGR' which then creates
an execution group called EG1 on the broker 'MYBROKER'.
C. The Configuration Manager creates an execution
group EG1 on the broker when it is next deployed.
D. A command is sent to the Configuration Manager
which creates the execution group EG1 on the MYBROKER
QUESTION NO: 6
A broker domain consists of a single broker MYBRK.
It contains two execution groups ExeGrp1 and ExeGrp2.
Message flow F1 is deployed in execution group ExeGrp1
and flow F2 is deployed in execution group ExeGrp2
respectively. From the broker administrative perspective,
the administrator right clicks MYBRK and selects the
option "Remove Deployed Children". What
is the result of this command?
A. Flows F1 and F2 are deleted from the execution
groups ExeGrp1 and ExeGrp2 respectively.
B. The flows F1 and F2 are deleted along with execution
group ExeGrp1 and ExeGrp2 respectively.
C. Execution groups ExeGrp1 and ExeGrp2 are deleted
and a default execution group is created.
D. There is no option "Remove Deployed Children"
for the broker.
QUESTION NO: 7
What kinds of messages appear in the WebSphere Message
Brokers Local Error log?
A. Installation errors
B. Deployment errors
C. Runtime errors
D. Migration errors
QUESTION NO: 8
In a test environment, there is only one execution
group EG1 on the broker BRK1 which is controlled by
the Configuration Manager CFGMGR1. What access authority
is given to the user johndoe after executing the following
command? Mqsicreateaclentry CFGMGR1 -u johndoe -a
-x V -p
A. View access to RootTopic.
B. Deploy access to the broker BRK1.
C. Full access to the execution group EG1.
D. Deploy access to Topology.
QUESTION NO: 9
In order to run an application that uses the Configuration
Manager Proxy API, which of the following statements
A. The application can not communicate with multiple
B. MQ classes for Java need to be added in the CLASSPATH.
C. The application and the Configuration Manager to
which it connects must be on the same machine.
D. A WebSphere Message Broker product is required
to be installed on the machine where the application