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Question No.11

A BizTalk Server 2010 solution sends out XML invoices to a customer on a regular basis. The customer has sent you the public key part of their certificate. You installed this certificate on the server and set up a send port to use this certificate. The certification authority for the certificate is one that you already trust. You need to ensure that all invoices sent to the customer are encrypted using the provided public key. What should you do?

  1. Create a custom pipeline that uses the MIME/SMIME encoder component. Set the Enable encryption property of the component to True.

  2. Create a custom pipeline that uses the MIME/SMIME encoder component. Set the Add signing certification to message property of the component to True.

  3. Create a custom pipeline that uses the MIME/SMIME encoder component. Set the Content transfer encoding property of the component to Base64.

  4. Create a custom pipeline that uses the default XML assembler component. Use the default values for all properties of the component.

Correct Answer: A

Question No.12

An existing BizTalk Server 2010 messaging solution for processing orders has a send port group that contains two send ports. Send Port A is for Supplier A and Send Port B is for Supplier B. Each supplier receives only one copy of each order message. The order schema has a promoted property named OrderAmount that contains the total amount of the order. The send port group subscribes to all messages where a promoted property OrderAmount exists. The send ports do

not have a filter defined. Messages with an order amount less than or equal to 1000 must be sent to Supplier A. Messages with an order amount greater than 1000 must be sent to Supplier B. Only a single message can be sent to either Supplier A or Supplier B. You need to modify the solution to route each order message to either Supplier A or Supplier B. What should you do?

  1. Delete the existing filter condition on the send port group. Add a filter condition on the send port group to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is lt;= 1000. Add a filter OR condition on the send port group to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is gt; 1000.

  2. Keep the existing filter condition on the send port group. Add a filter condition on the send port group to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is lt;= 1000. Add a filter OR condition on the send port group to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is gt; than 1000.

  3. Set a filter on Send Port A to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is lt;= 1000. Set a filter on Send Port B to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is gt; 1000. Stop and start the send port group.

  4. Set a filter on Send Port A to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is lt;= 1000. Set a filter on Send Port B to subscribe for messages where OrderAmount is gt; 1000. Delete the send port group.

Correct Answer: D

Question No.13

You are developing applications for BizTalk Server 2010. The application processes orders for two vendors. These vendors have different message formats for their orders. You define BizTalk schemas for both vendors in separate projects and name the projects VendorA and VendorB. You promote the OrderType property in the schema of VendorA and the PurchaseType property in the schema of VendorB. Then you deploy the application. You need to log messages to disk for shoe orders for VendorA and bike orders for VendorB. What should you do?

  1. Add a FILE send port with the filter: VendorA.OrderType==Shoes OR VendorB.PurchaseType==Bikes

  2. Add a FILE send port with the filter: VendorA.OrderType==Shoes Or VendorB.PurchaseType==Bikes

  3. Add a send port group with the filter: VendorA.OrderType==Shoes Or VendorB.PurchaseType==Bikes

  4. Add a send port group with the filter: VendorA.OrderType==Shoes And VendorB.PurchaseType==Bikes

Correct Answer: A

Question No.14

A supplier sends messages that they sign with a certificate to a BizTalk Server 2010 application. You need to ensure that the received messages are signed with the certificate. What should you do?

  1. Use the XMLTransmit pipeline.

  2. Use a custom pipeline that leverages the MIME/SMIME encoder component.

  3. Use a custom pipeline that leverages the MIME/SMIME decoder component.

  4. Use the XMLReceive pipeline.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.15

A BizTalk Server 2010 solution transmits messages to a suppliers FTP server. The solution uses an FTP send port. The transport URI points to the main FTP server location. The supplier needs to receive the message immediately if the connection with the main FTP server cannot be established. You need to enable transmission redirection to an alternative FTP server. What should you do?

  1. Set the Retry count to 1. Set the Backup Transport Type to FTP and the Backup Transport URI to the alternative FTP server location.

  2. Enable ordered delivery for the send port.

  3. Set the Retry count to 0. Set the Backup Transport Type to FTP and the Backup Transport URI to the alternative FTP server location.

  4. Enable failed message routing for the send port.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.16

A BizTalk Server 2010 application sends purchase orders. Current applications use an existing mail server to send mail. The purchase order application should use a distribution list that is managed by a new mail server. Company IT policy does not allow you to create a new host for the new mail server. You need to create a BizTalk port that sends orders to the email distribution list through the new mail server. What should you do?

  1. Create an SMTP send port configured to send to the email distribution list. Create a filter on the send port with the SMTP.SMTPHost context property equal to the new mail server.

  2. Create an SMTP send port configured to send to the email distribution list. Specify the name of the new mail server in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

  3. Create an SMTP send port configured to send to the email distribution list. Override the current SMTP send handler settings by entering the new mail server in the SMTP server name field in the Handler Override section of the port.

  4. Create a send port group with an SMTP send port configured to send to the email distribution list. Create a filter on the send port group with the SMTP.SMTPHost context property equal to the new mail server.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.17

In a Microsoft Visual Studio solution, you include an existing shared BizTalk Server 2010 project that is used by more than one BizTalk application. You specify that the shared BizTalk project will be deployed to the same BizTalk application as the other BizTalk projects in the solution. During deployment of the BizTalk project from Visual Studio, you receive the following error: Failed to add resource(s). Resource (-Type=quot;System.BizTalk:BizTalkAssemblyquot; – Luid=quot;Contoso.SharedComponent, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=c4b6d1ca34bb90c0quot;) is already in store and is either associated with another application or with another type. You need to deploy the projects of the solution that reference the shared BizTalk project without errors. What should you do?

  1. Open Configuration Manager and clear the Deploy check box for all BizTalk projects. Then build

    and deploy the solution.

  2. Use the BizTalk Administration console to import a copy of the MSI package of the shared component into every BizTalk application.

  3. Use the BizTalk Administration console to export the assemblies as a Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) package for the BizTalk solution.

  4. Open Configuration Manager and clear the Deploy check box for the shared BizTalk project. Then build and deploy the solution.

Correct Answer: D

Question No.18

You are configuring a BizTalk Server 2010 environment with one server running Microsoft SQL Server for the BizTalk databases and Enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO) store. There are two BizTalk servers. All software has been installed. Both BizTalk servers will share a BizTalk group. You need to complete the installation in this environment. You start the BizTalk Server Configuration wizard on both BizTalk servers. What should you do next?

  1. On BizTalk Server 1, select and apply Basic Configuration. On BizTalk Server 2, select and apply Basic Configuration.

  2. On BizTalk Server 1, select Custom Configuration. Create a new SSO system and BizTalk group on the server running SQL Server. On BizTalk Server 2, select Custom Configuration. Create a new SSO system and BizTalk group on the server running SQL Server.

  3. On BizTalk Server 1, select Custom Configuration. Create a new SSO system and BizTalk group on the server running SQL Server. On BizTalk Server 2, select and apply Basic Configuration.

  4. On BizTalk Server 1, select Custom Configuration. Create a new SSO system and BizTalk group on the server running SQL Server. On BizTalk Server 2, select Custom Configuration. Join the existing SSO system and BizTalk group.

Correct Answer: D

Question No.19

A BizTalk Server 2010 solution contains multiple applications. One of the applications sends EDI messages to trading partners. The trading partners are defined as parties in the BizTalk Administration console. You need to extract the binding and party information for only the EDI application in an XML file so that you can store that information in source code control. What should you do?

  1. Create a binding file for one of the assemblies in the EDI application.

  2. Create a binding file that contains the binding for the BizTalk group.

  3. Create a binding file for the EDI application and include the party information.

  4. Create a Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) file for the EDI application and include the party information.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.20

A BizTalk Server 2010 application contains an orchestration with one receive port and one send port. You evaluate the runtime behavior of the orchestration by viewing the promoted properties of any inbound and outbound messages of the orchestration. You need to modify the application so that you can view these promoted properties on the BizTalk Server Group Hub page. What should you do?

  1. In the BizTalk Administration console, modify the orchestration properties. Under Track Message

    Properties, select the check boxes for incoming and outgoing messages.

  2. In the BizTalk Administration console, modify the orchestration properties. Under Track Message Bodies, select Before orchestration processing and After orchestration processing.

  3. In Orchestration Designer, change the Report To Analyst property to True. Redeploy the orchestration.

    Create filters on the receive port receive location that evaluate the messages promoted properties.

  4. In Orchestration Designer, change the Type Modifier property to Public. Redeploy the orchestration.

Correct Answer: A

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