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IBM 000-273 Exam -

Free 000-273 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
During acceptance testing of an integration solution, various errors in the mediation flows were discovered. While correcting these errors, the development team found that little or no error
handling was present within the mediation flows. Therefore, a new requirement is introduced to handle every exception within any mediation flow in exactly the same way by logging the exception
to a file. How can an integration developer implement this requirement?
A. Connect a trace primitive to each fail terminal.
B. Create a mediation flow containing the exception handling logic, and invoke it whenever an error occurs.
C. Create a mediation subflow containing the exception handling logic, and connect every fail terminal to this new subflow.
D. Create a mediation subflow containing the exception handling logic, and connect the error input node of each mediation flow to this new subflow.
Answer: D

Q: 2
An integration developer needs to allow an administrator to change some properties of a trace primitive in a mediation subflow at runtime. The subflow is used in a mediation flow of a mediation
module. How can the integration developer implement this requirement? Set the required properties of the trace primitive as promotable in the:
A. mediation flow
B. mediation module
C. mediation subflow
D. mediation subflow and the mediation flow
Answer: D

Q: 3
An integration developer needs to use the JMS Header Setter mediation primitive in the mediation flow logic. The mode of Header Setter primitive is set to Modify. While executing the flow, what is
the behavior observed by the integration developer? If the header is:
A. not found, a runtime exception is thrown.
B. not found, a new header is created by the runtime.
C. found, the runtime will recreate the header with the propagated values.
D. found, the runtime will copy the header to another location to save the old values, and create a new header with the propagated values.
Answer: B

Q: 4
An integration developer needs to implement a solution for a company, which has three different services based on the JMS protocol. The requirement is to have a single entry point exposed as a
JMS binding for all the services. Common processing will be performed on all requests entering this single entry point. Then, the request will be routed to the appropriate service endpoint. The
endpoint determination should be done at runtime using external registry lookup so that in the future, the company can associate new services without redeploying the solution. Which implementation pattern should the integration developer choose to meet the requirement?
A. A BPEL process with several Invoke activities.
B. A mediation flow created from a Dynamic Service Gateway.
C. A mediation flow with an interface that has an operation for each service.
D. A business state machine using different operations, such as different events.
Answer: B

Q: 5
Which context should an integration developer assign to the Service Message Object (SMO) for a mediation flow with aggregation primitives (fan-out and fan-in) to temporarily store responses from
service invocations?
A. Shared
B. FailInfo
C. Transient
D. Correlation
Answer: A

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