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Question No: 11 – (Topic 0)

What happens when you click Run Form Debug in Forms Builder?

  1. The form runs on your local machine using a debug executable client.

  2. The form runs in a three-tier environment using the application server URL that you

    specify in run-time preferences.

  3. The form runs in a three-tier environment using the application server URL that you specify in debug preferences.

  4. The form runs in a simulated three-tier environment using an applet viewer that is included with the product to enable debugging.

Answer: B

Question No: 12 – (Topic 0)

You are designing a menu that attaches to multiple forms in your application, and you want to add a menu item that enables remote debugging of the application. Which built-in must you include in the menu item code?

  1. BREAK

  2. MESSAGE

  3. DEBUG_MODE

  4. DEBUG.ATTACH

  5. DEBUG.SUSPEND

  6. DEBUG.INTERPRET

Answer: D

Question No: 13 – (Topic 0)

You are running a multiple-form application. The Customers form invokes the Orders form. When the Orders form launches, it displays orders for only the active customer from the Customers form.

Forms exchange data with the :GLOBAL.CUSTOMER_ID variable.

The Orders form should query orders for a customer only once after being launched from the Customers form. Which built-in helps you do this by setting the ONETIME_WHERE property to refer dynamically to the GLOBAL.CUSTOMER_ID?

  1. SET_APPLICATION_PROPERTY

  2. SET_FORM_PROPERTY

  3. SET_BLOCK_PROPERTY

  4. SET_RECORD_PROPERTY

Answer: C

Question No: 14 – (Topic 0)

Which list contains only those methods for using Java in Forms?

  1. JavaBeans, PJCs, Java Importer, JDAPI

  2. JavaBeans, PJCs, Java Stored Procedures, JDAPI

  3. JDAPI, PJCs, Java Importer, Java Stored Procedures

  4. JavaBeans, PJCs, Java Importer, Java Stored Procedures

Answer: D

Question No: 15 – (Topic 0)

Your Oracle HTTP Server is configured for the default port. You want to ensure that your Forms Listener Servlet can manage communication between the Forms Java Client and Oracle Application Server Forms Services. What action is required?

  1. Configure Forms Listener Servlet to listen on the default port 7000.

  2. Configure Forms Listener Servlet to listen on the default port 1949.

  3. Configure Forms Listener Servlet to listen on the default port 80.

  4. No action is required.

Answer: D

Question No: 16 – (Topic 0)

You are upgrading a Forms 6i application that was originally written in Forms 2.3. It uses LOVs extensively, many of which are the old-style LOVs that are not supported in the latest version of Oracle Forms. Which statement about this upgrade is true?

  1. The upgrade process automatically converts each old-style LOV by creating a record group and basing the LOV on that record group.

  2. You should convert the old-style LOVs in Forms6i prior to upgrading the application to the latest version of Oracle Forms.

  3. You can upgrade the application to the latest version of Oracle Forms and then manually convert the LOVs to record group LOVs so that the

    forms can compile successfully.

  4. You should have converted the old-style LOVs in Forms 4.5, because they cannot be

edited in Forms 6i and will prevent the application from upgrading successfully.

Answer: A

Question No: 17 – (Topic 0)

On Windows platforms, which two programs in the \BIN directory enable you to upgrade applications from Forms 6i to the latest version of Oracle Forms? (Choose two.)

  1. IFCMP90.EXE (or FRMCMP.EXE)

  2. IFWEB90.EXE (or FRMWEB.EXE)

  3. D2SCV90.EXE (or D2SCV.EXE)

  4. FNCHK90.EXE (or FNCHK.EXE)

  5. IFXML2F90.BAT (or FRMXML2F.BAT)

  6. RWBUILDER.EXE

  7. RWCONVERTER.EXE

  8. IFPLSQLCONV90.BAT (or FRMPLSQLCONV.BAT)

Answer: A,H

Question No: 18 – (Topic 0)

Which statement describes LOVs in forms that were developed in Forms 6i (or earlier versions)?

  1. LOVs required that a condition be specified before record retrieval.

  2. LOVs did not allow users to specify a condition before record retrieval.

  3. LOVs were not cancelable in cases where it was taking a long time to retrieve records.

  4. Validation on the item could not be performed to force the user to enter only those values retrieved by the LOV.

Answer: C

Question No: 19 – (Topic 0)

View the Exhibit.

You are upgrading an application to the latest version of Oracle Forms that was previously

deployed only in client/server. When you test the upgraded application, you notice that icons do not appear on the buttons (as shown in the exhibit). When you ran the application in client/server with Forms 6i, icons appeared on the buttons

Because there are many icon buttons, you are concerned about generating frequent round- trips to the application server to display icons on the buttons, so you convert the icons to

.gif files and place them in a JAR file. You modify the Forms Servlet configuration file to set IMAGEBASE to CODEBASE and include the name of the JAR file in the appropriate ARCHIVE parameter.

Where should you locate the JAR file on your application server machine so that it is downloaded to the client to reduce subsequent network traffic?

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  1. Place the icon JAR file in any directory on the application server machine, and set the UI_ICON environment variable to the physical location

    of the JAR file.

  2. Place the icon JAR file in the JAVA subdirectory of the FORMS90 (or FORMS) directory under the iAS $ORACLE_HOME on the application

    server machine.

  3. Place the icon JAR file in any virtual directory on the application server machine, and set ICONPATH in the Forms registry file to the virtual

    directory where the JAR file is located.

  4. Place the icon JAR file in any directory on the application server machine, and set the FORMS90_PATH (or FORMS_PATH) environment

variable to include that directory.

Answer: B

Question No: 20 – (Topic 0)

How does the Oracle HTTP Server handle a request for a Forms application?

  1. It routes the request by the Jserv component to OC4J.

  2. It routes the request by the mod_oc4j component to OC4J.

  3. It routes the request by the mod_oc4j component to the Forms CGI.

  4. It routes the request by the Jserv component to Forms Listener Servlet.

  5. It routes the request by the Jserv component to Oracle Application Server Forms Services.

Answer: B

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