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Q111. What are two benefits of utilizing JSON-based Web services when compared to a solution that is XML-based? (Choose two.)

A. good namespace support

B. fast object de-serialization

C. plentiful selection of development tools

D. grammar defined by DTD

E. concise format

F. can be used for a wide variety of tasks

Answer: BE


Q112. Which statement is true about StAX?

A. StAX provides client parsing control with memory usage similar to DOM.

B. StAX allows clients to start, pause and resume the parsing process.

C. StAX is the only XML parsing approach supported with JAX-WS.

D. StAX is a more efficient version of SAX, based on newer XML technology.

Answer: B


Q113. An engineer is creating a RESTful Web service client and is working with JAXB data bound java.lang.Object requests. Which four message exchange protocols are supported when using the javax.xml.ws.Dispatch<T> interface? (Choose four.)

A. request-response

B. response-request

C. one-way

D. mailbox model

E. asynchonous polling

F. chronological sequencing

G. callback

Answer: ACEG


Q114. Which security specification can be used to allow single sign-on across multiple Web services?

A. SSL

B. XKMS

C. SAML

D. XACML

E. Federated PKI

Answer: C


Q115. Which two statements are true about the apt? (Choose two.)

A. The apt compiles classes and processes annotations added with JSR 175.

B. Ant tasks are NOT suitable to launch the apt.

C. The apt is an example of an external tool and not part of JAX-WS core libraries.

D. The apt is an annotation marshalling tool and works with a supplied annotation map.

E. The tool uses the command format: java apt <source files>.

Answer: AC


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Q116. A company has been evaluating the capabilities of JAXP. In addition to SAX and DOM, which two are supported by JAXP in Java EE 5? (Choose two.)

A. XSLT

B. JAXB

C. JSSE

D. JDBC

E. Xpath

F. JAXR

Answer: AE


Q117. Which two statements are true about the properties used to configure a JAXR ConnectionFactory?(Choose two.)

A. They cannot be configured by the client.

B. A JAXR provider can define a set of provider-specific properties.

C. Configuration properties must never be qualified by a package name.

D. There are a set of standard properties that all JAXR providers must support.

E. All of the properties are implementation-specific and may vary between JAXR providers.

Answer: BD


Q118. What is an accurate description of the handling of application exceptions thrown by a JAX-WS service endpoint?

A. Application exceptions can be mapped to faults in WSDL.

B. Application exceptions are NOT handled by JAX-WS clients.

C. Application exceptions are always propagated to JAX-WS clients as RemoteExceptions.

D. Application exceptions are always propagated to JAX-WS clients as WebServiceExceptions.

E. Application exceptions are always propagated to JAX-WS clients as SOAPFaultExceptions.

Answer: A


Q119. Click the Exhibit button.

***MISSING EXHIBIT***

<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAPENV="

http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">

<SOAP-ENV:Header/>

<SOAP-ENV:Body>

<SOAP-ENV:Fault>

<faultcode>SOAP-ENV:Client</faultcode>

<faultstring>

Invalid Message

</faultstring>

<faultactor>http://flashnsizzle.com/order</faultactor>

<detail>

<PO:order xmlns:PO="http://flashnsizzle.com/orders/">

Incomplete order

</PO:order>

<PO:confirmation xmlns:PO="http://flashnsizzle.com/confirm">

Invalid address

</PO:confirmation>

</detail>

</SOAP-ENV:Fault>

</SOAP-ENV:Body>

</SOAP-ENV:Envelope>

A developer is implementing a Java client for a Web service. Occasionally the Web service call fails unexpectedly, so the developer wants to print out the error messages being returned from the call. Which two code fragments retrieve the faultcode, faultstring, and faultactor from the message? (Choose two.)

A. try {

...

// business logic to access a Web service method ...

} catch (SOAPFaultException sfe) {

SOAPFault fault = sfe.getFault();

System.out.println("An error occurred:");

System.out.println("actor:"+fault.getFaultActor()); System.out.println("code:"+fault.getFaultCode()); System.out.println("message:"+fault.getFaultString()); } catch (Exception ex) {

ex.printStackTrace();

}

B. try {

...

// business logic to access a Web service method ...

} catch (SOAPFaultException sfe) {

SOAPFault fault = sfe.getFault();

FaultElement code = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultcode"); FaultElement string = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultstring"); FaultElement actor = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultactor"); System.out.println("An error occurred:"); System.out.println("actor:"+actor.getValue()); System.out.println("code:"+code.getValue());

System.out.println("message:"+actor.getValue()); } catch (Exception ex) {

ex.printStackTrace();

}

C. try {

...

// business logic to access a Web service method ...

} catch (SOAPFaultException sfe) {

SOAPFault fault = sfe.getFault();

NodeList code = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultcode"); NodeList string = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultstring"); NodeList actor = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultactor"); System.out.println("An error occurred:");

System.out.println("actor:"+ actor.item(0).getNodeValue()); System.out.println("code:"+ code.item(0).getNodeValue()); System.out.println("message:"+ string.item(0).getNodeValue()); } catch (Exception ex) {

ex.printStackTrace();

}

D. try {

...

// business logic to access a Web service method ...

} catch (SOAPFaultException sfe) {

SOAPFault fault = sfe.getFault();

Node code = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultcode"); Node string = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultstring"); Node actor = fault.getElementsByTagName("faultactor"); System.out.println("An error occurred:");

System.out.println("actor:"+actor.getNodeValue()); System.out.println("code:"+code.getNodeValue()); System.out.println("message:"+ string.getNodeValue()); } catch (Exception ex) {

ex.printStackTrace();

}

E. try {

...

// business logic to access a Web service method ...

} catch (SOAPFaultException sfe) {

SOAPFault fault = sfe.getFault();

System.out.println("An error occurred:");

System.out.println("actor:"+fault.getSOAPFaultActor()); System.out.println("code:"+fault.getSOAPFaultCode()); System.out.println("message:"+fault.getSOAPFaultString()); } catch (Exception ex) {

ex.printStackTrace();

}

Answer: AC


Q120. Given the Java fragment and schema:

1. //-- Java code fragment

2. public class PurchaseOrder{

3. public javax.xml.datatype.XMLGregorianCalendar orderDate;

4. }

5. //-- Schema fragment

6. <xs:complexType name="purchaseOrder">

7. <xs:sequence>

8. <xs:element name="orderDate" type="xs:anySimpleType"

9. minOccurs="0"/>

10. </xs:sequence>

11. </xs:complexType>

Which two statements are true about .Net and WCF interoperability for this data? (Choose two.)

A. The GregorianCalendar maps to an equivalent date type in both Java and .Net.

B. .Net will generate code with the calendar as a string that functions as well as a date.

C. .Net will generate code with the calendar as a string that is not type equivalent.

D. Use of the @XmlSchemaType annotation causes .Net to properly map to a date.

E. Casting in the case of WSIT services is an effective approach for the WCF client.

Answer: CD