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XML Master I10-003 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

Free I10-003 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
Four separate operating requirements and four individual storage management methods for XML document data are listed below.
Considering the general characteristics, which individual management method ([Management Methods]) combines most optimally with which requirement ([Operating Requirements])?
[Operating Requirements]
1. Retrieve a portion of the XML document according to values in the XML document
2. Identify the XML document by unique values, and retrieve the entire XML document
3. Perform aggregation and statistical calculations of the values in the XML document
4. Continuously check the data types for the values in the XML document, and search through
data using queries on the XML document [Management Methods]
A) XML document file (text file) management via file system
B) Management via RDB (relational database), and program for storing data from an XML
document into the RDB (assume the RDB does not maintain an XML document tree structure)
C) Management via XMLDB, using XML Schema definitions
D) Management via XMLDB, without using XML Schema definitions
A. A-4, B-2, C-1, D-3
B. A-1, B-2, C-4, D-3
C. A-2, B-1, C-4, D-3
Answer: A

Q: 2
Assume that a certain XMLDB requires disk capacity in excess of the size of an XML document when storing the XML document to accommodate XML node information and other information (such as management considerations, etc.)
The following describes the capacity needed:
When eliminating ignorable whitespace in the XML document 1.5 times the XML document file size
When not eliminating ignorable whitespace in the XML document 2.0 times the XML document file size
At the initial stage, the total size of the XML document files to be stored is 1GB.
At the operating stage, repeated additions and deletions of XML documents will result in a projected disk requirement of plus or minus 10% compared to the prior year.
Assume that the disk size configured at initial stage cannot be changed for two years.
The required disk capacity will be calculated according to these conditions; however, to provide a safety margin, the decision has been made to set aside the equivalent of twice the maximum required disk capacity as calculated above.
Select the value representing the required disk capacity when ignorable whitespace is not eliminated from the XML document.
Do not consider any facts or conditions other than those given above.
A. 3.3GB
B. 3.63GB
C. 4.4GB
D. 4.84GB
Answer: D

Q: 3
Select which of the following is not a correct description regarding dynamic context defined by XQuery 1.0.
A. Dynamic context is information that is available at the time the expression is evaluated
B. The dynamic context consists of all the components of the static context (default element/type namespace, etc.), and additional components (context item, etc.)
C. The value of context size (one of the dynamic context components) can be obtained using the "fn:last()" function
D. Query prolog cannot be used to set the value for any of the dynamic context components
Answer: D

Q: 4
Select which of the following is not a correct description regarding XQuery 1.0 or SOL standards.
A. XQuery1.0 defines a method to output data within RDB (relational database) tables in XML format
B. XQuery1.0 does not define a method for partially updating XML data
C. SQL2003 (ISO/EC 9075) defines a method to output data within RDB (relational database) tables in XML format
D. SQL2003 (ISO/EC 9075) does not define a method for partially updating XML data
Answer: A

Q: 5
Assume that a certain XMLDB has an HTTP listener function, and can receive XML documents via HTTP protocol.
In this case, the XMLDB follows [Procedure] below to identify the character encoding method of the XML document received.
[Procedure]
(1) If the XML document character encoding method can be determined from the HTTP request header, process the XML document character encoding according to the HTTP request header information.
(2) If the XML document character encoding method cannot be determined from the HTTP request header, identify the character encoding from the XML document itself Select which is correct as the identified character encoding resulting from the procedure above
when the XMLDB receives a well-formed XML document according to [Conditions] below. Assume that the XMLDB follows RFC3023.
[Conditions]
The actual character encoding method for XML document is "UTF-16;" however, no XML declaration is specified.
The HTTP request header defines "Content-Type: text/xml." however, the charset parameter is not defined in this Content-Type header field.
A. US-ASCII
B. UTF-8
C. UTF-16
D. The character encoding method is determined from system locale, and is therefore undetermined
Answer: A


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