TIBCO Rendezvous 7 Certification Exam
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TIBCO Rendezvous packets being broadcasted on the
network are .
A. sent only to the hosts on the subnet running RVD
B. sent to all the hosts on the subnet, even those
not running RVD
C. filtered out by the NIC of hosts on the subnet,
unless there is an RVD running
D. sent to all the hosts on the campus, regardless
of which subnet they are attached to
When using Reliable QoS, when can messages be lost?
A. when the receiver application does not process
them within 60 seconds
B. when all datagrams of a single message are not
received in order by the receiver RVD daemon
C. when a receiver RVD daemon does not acknowledge
all datagrams of a single message to the sender RVD
D. when there is a network outage between the publisher
and the subscriber that lasts more than the reliability
What is Direct Communication?
A. It is a communication mechanism used for point-to-point
communications using TIBCO Rendezvous daemon. It is
used to decrease message latency and context switching.
B. It is a variant of TIBCO Rendezvous point-to-point
communications with inbox. It allows you to avoid
using the inbox destination subject thereby allowing
one-to-many direct connections.
C. It is a communication mechanism for point-to-point
communications only. Without using the TIBCO Rendezvous
daemon, you must still specify the inbox message subject.
It reduces message latency and context switching.
D. It is a quality of service that provides a one-to-one
connection using TIBCO Rendezvous daemon between two
terminals. It provides a monitored environment between
the two programs, in addition to reducing the message
latency and context switching.
Which three statements are true about service group
usage? (Choose three.)
A. Inbound broadcast messages on the transport service
can arrive from any network, regardless of the transport
B. Once a network binds a service defined by service
parameter, outbound broadcast messages can only travel
within the network defined by thetransport's network
C. Point-to-point messages on the transport service
travel on the appropriate network (as determined by
the operating system) regardless of thetransport network
D. The program A, on the computer named TAHOE, has
a transport that communicates on the service 7400
over the network NET1. It is legal for anyprogram
to subsequently create a transport (connecting to
the same daemon process on TAHOE) to communicate on
7400 over any othernetwork, such as NET2.