|Exam Name||:||IBM WebSphere Datapower SOA Appliances(R) Firmware V3.8.1 Solution Implementation|
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D. The error message was left over from the original device and can be ignored.
Refer to the Exhibit.
The WebSphere DataPower Appliance is transferring a file to a target directory via FTP.
The solution is implemented using a Multi-Protocol Gateway with a dynamic backend and an FTP URL is created dynamically.
The FTP server is listening in passive mode.
A file of 0 size is created on the target directory.
The same behavior is observed after repeated tests. Which of the following is the most likely cause of the error?
The FTP URL is incorrectly formed.
DataPower does not support passive FTP mode.
The target directory permissions do not allow for file transfer.
A firewall is preventing a data port to be opened on the FTP server.
Refer to the Exhibit.
The text in the Exhibit shows a WebSphere DataPower log: Which of the following are TRUE for the log shown above?
Shows two failed attempts at authentication.
A userdefined XML Firewall called map is being used for RBM authentication.
This log is a userdefined log target subscribing to both a userdefined log category and the ldap category.
This log indicates that custom RBM LDAP Authentication is being used to authenticate DataPower users.
This log can be obtained by switching RBM logging to On from the Troubleshooting panel in the default domain.
Refer to the Exhibit.
The text in the Exhibit shows a snippet of one of the logs available on a WebSphere DataPower Appliance: Which of the following is TRUE for the log above?
It is the compilelog for the appliance.
It is the CLI log for the default domain.
It is the audit log for the appliance.
It is the WebGUI log for the appliance.
A solution implementer has enabled the Probe to determine the cause of an error in a Processing Rule. Which of the following are valid Service Error variables that would be available in the Probe?
var://service/errorcode The assigned error code from the Result Code table. var://service/errorrulename The name of the Error Rule that has been run to handle this error.
var://service/errorcompletioncode A boolean field to indicate if the rule completed successfully. var://service/formattederrormessage The formatted error message that will be written to the log file.
var://service/errormessage A message showing the error condition that stopped multistep processing. var://service/errorsubcode An additional error code that can give more specific details of the error.
var://service/errorreasoncode The assigned reason code from the Result Code table. var://service/backenderrorcode An error code passed as a result from a backend to DataPower as a response message.
A DataPower Processing Policy has been coded to use DataPower variables. To analyze an error in one of the Rules a solution implementer has enabled the Probe. Which of the following are valid DataPower variable scopes visible in the Probe with the correct lifetimes?
Context (Lifetime: Single processing rule) Error (Lifetime: Single processing rule)
Context (Lifetime: Single transaction) Service (Lifetime: Multiple transactions)
Service (Lifetime: Single transaction) Local (Lifetime: Spans repeated transactions)
Service (Lifetime: Single transaction) System (Lifetime: Spans repeated transactions)
Refer to the Exhibit.
A solution implementer has enabled the Probe to debug a Processing Rule. The exhibit shows the Probe results for a Request Rule when a test message has been sent to the
service. Which of the following is a valid description of Probe results and a suitable action that can be taken to provide more information from the Probe?
The Probe is showing successful processing of the message. The implementer could click on the yellow (righthand) magnifying glass to see the data sent to the backend.
The Probe is showing successful processing of the message but that an error has been returned from the backend. The implementer could click on the yellow (righthand) magnifying glass and then on the Content tab to be shown the Error Message returned from the backend.
The Probe is showing successful processing of the message but a failure to connect to the backend. The implementer could click on the yellow (righthand) magnifying glass and then on the Local Variables tab to be shown Error Codes to diagnose the connection failure.
The Probe is showing a failure in the Rule to processing the message. The implementer could click on the yellow (righthand) magnifying glass and then on the Service Variables tab to be shown Error Codes to diagnose the Rule processing error.
Refer to the Exhibit.
A solution implementer has enabled the Probe to debug a Processing Rule. The exhibit shows the Probe results for a Request Rule when a test message has been sent to the service. Which of the following is a valid description of Probe results?
The Probe is showing the message was successfully processed by the Rule but the Service then failed to connect to the backend.
The Probe is showing that the Rule created by the implementer contained only one Filter Action and that this Filter Action rejected the message.
The Probe is showing that no Match Rule existed in the Processing Policy that matched the message sent in so the message was rejected using a Filter created by DataPower.
The Probe is showing that no Rule has been executed for this message. This is because the service that this Rule is associated with has the Request Type set to PassThru mode.
A solution implementer needs to write part of the information contained within a request message to a log in order to keep a record of the receipt of this message before sending the message to a backend for processing. The log message should be written to the system log. Which of the following could be used to provide this functionality?
A Log Target with Target Type set to the system log and an Object Filter referencing the Service handling the request.
Two Results actions defined within the request rule for the message, the first of which sets the Destination field to be the location of the log.
A Transform action in the request rule for the message to pull the appropriate data from the request followed by a Log action to write the data to the log.
A Transform action containing a customized XSL message extension element setting the priority, category and selected contents of the message to be written to the log.
A solution implementer has created a Multi-Protocol Gateway to pass messages to a backend. The full contents of all request messages should be logged completely; performance is a high priority but the action should not fail if the log server is down. Which of the following logging mechanisms would satisfy both of these requirements?
Add an SQL action to the start of the request rule for the message using an INSERT statement.
Add a Log action to start of the request rule for the message and set the Asynchronous option to On.
Create a Log Target for the request message with an Object Filter referencing the Service handling the request.
Add an Extract action to the start of the request rule for the message setting the XPath field to "/" to extract the whole Request message.
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