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Question: 1

You create a Web application to process XML documents. The Web application receives XML

document files from several sources, reads them, and stores them in a Microsoft SQL Server

database. The Web application parses all incoming data files to ensure that they conform to an

XML schema. You need to find all validation errors in the XML document. What should you do?

A. Load the XML data by using an instance of the XmlDocument class and specify a location for

the application schema.

B. Configure the ValidationEventHandler in the XmlReaderSettings of the XmlReader object.

C. Read the XML file into a DataSet object and set the EnforceConstraints property to True.

D. Read the XML file into a DataSet object. Handle the DataSet.MergeFailed event to parse the

data that does not conform to the XML schema.

Answer: B

Question: 2

You load an XmlDocument named doc with the following XML.

<bookstore>

<books>

<book genre="reference" >

<title>Dictionary</title>

</book>

<book genre="reference" >

<title>World Atlas</title>

</book> </books>

</bookstore>

You need to change the value for the genre attribute to NA for all book attributes.

First, you add the following code segment to your class.

XmlElement root = doc.DocumentElement;

XmlNodelist nodes = root.SelectNodes("books/book");

Which additional two code segments can you use to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer

presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A. foreach (XmlNode node in nodes){ node.Attributes[0].Value = "NA";}

B. foreach (XmlNode node in nodes){ node.Attributes[1].Value = "NA";}

C. foreach (XmlNode node in nodes){XmlNode genre = node.SelectSingleNode("/genre");

genre.Value = "NA";}

D. foreach (XmlNode node in nodes){XmlNode genre = node.SelectSingleNode("@genre");

genre.Value = "NA";}

E. foreach (XmlNode node in nodes){XmlNode genre = node.SelectSingleNode("genre");

genre.Value = "NA";}

Answer: A, D

Question: 3

You are developing a Web application. The Web application uses a GridView control to display

data. You build your Web Forms for the Web application by dragging and dropping tables from

the Data Connections tree in Server Explorer. You need to add a connection to your data by

using the Add Connection dialog box as shown in the exhibit.

During the process, you need to configure the .NET Data Provider that you use to create the data

source objects. What should you do?

A. Right-click the connection, and click Properties. Modify the Provider property of the data

connection.

B. Click the Change button, and change the data provider for the selected data source.

C. Click the Advanced button, and change the Data Source property to the target provider.

D. Click the Advanced button, and change the Application Name property to the target provider.

Question: 4

You create a Web Form that contains a TreeView control. The TreeView control allows users to

navigate within the Marketing section of your Web site. The following XML defines the site map

for your site.

<siteMapNode url="~\default.aspx" title="Home"

description="Site Home Page">

<siteMapNode url="Sales.aspx" title="Sales"

description="Sales Home">

<siteMapNode url="SalesWest.aspx" title="West Region"

description="Sales for the West Region" />

<siteMapNode url="SalesEast.aspx" title="East Region"

description="Sales for the East Region" /> </siteMapNode>

<siteMapNode url="Marketing.aspx" title="Marketing"

description="Marketing Home">

<siteMapNode url="MarketNational.aspx" title="National Campaign"

description="National marketing campaign" />

<siteMapNode url="MarketMidwest.aspx" title="Midwest Campaign"

description="Midwest region marketing campaign" />

<siteMapNode url="MarketSouth.aspx" title="South Campaign"

description="South region marketing campaign" />

</siteMapNode>

</siteMapNode>

You need to bind the TreeView control to the site map data so that users can navigate only within

the Marketing section.

Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.

Choose three.)

A. Add a SiteMapDataSource control to the Web Form and bind the TreeView control to it.

B. Add a SiteMapPath control to the Web Form and bind the TreeView control to it.

C. Embed the site map XML within the SiteMap node of a Web.sitemap file.

D. Embed the site map XML within the AppSettings node of a Web.config file.

E. Set the StartingNodeUrl property of the SiteMapDataSource control to ~/Marketing.aspx.

F. Set the SkipLinkText property of the SiteMapPath control to Sales.

Answer: A, C, E

Question: 5

Your Web site processes book orders. One of the application methods contains the following

code segment.

XmlDocument doc = newXmlDocument();

doc.LoadXml("<book><discount>10</discount>"+"

<title>Dictionary</title></book>");

You need to remove the discount element from XmlDocument. Which two code segments can

you use to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. (Choose two.)

A. XmlNode root = doc.DocumentElement;root.RemoveChild(root.FirstChild);

B. XmlNode root =

dec.DocumentElement;root.RemoveChild(root.SelectSingleNode("discount"));

C. doc.RemoveChild(doc.FirstChild);

D. doc.DocumentElement.RemoveChild(doc.FirstChild);

Answer: A, B

 

 

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