1.- Which settings are necessary for activating the integrated ITS?

Configure the HTML cache of the SAP Web AS Java True False Activate the service/defauld_host/sap/public/bc/its/mimes in transation SICF True False Set the profile parameter itsp/enable to 1 True False Set the profile parameter rdisp/optimize_web_app to 1 True False On operating system level you need to deploy the necessary HTML-Templates. True False

2.- Concerning the processing time, what are the recommendations of SAP? Processing time should never be lower than 45% of the dialog response time. True False CPU time should always be higher then processing time. True False Processing time should normally contribute about 40% to dialog response times True False Processing time should always be kep below 200ms. True False

3.- In the process monitor (SAM50) you can find different “actions” displayed. Identify possible actions done by work processes? Direct read. True False Insert. True False Database wait. True False Buffer wait. True False Load program. True False

4.- Which traces can be switch on and off from within the SAP system whithout restarting the instance? SQL Trace for ABAP-based applications. True False Database trace. True False SQL Trace for Java-based applications. True False SYSLOG Trace. True False Buffer Trace. True False

5.- The following situations are to be seen as critical: On Unix-based (32-and 64-Bit systems): True False On all SAP systems: Usage of more than 250 MB of “Heap memory”. True False On all SAP systems: “On disk” for Extended Memory exceeds 20% of “In Memory”. True False On all SAP systems: “Max. use” of Roll area exceeds 80% of “In Memory”. True False On Windows-based SAP systems with Zero Administration Memory Management activated: “Max. use” of Extended Memory exceeds 80% of “In Memory”. True False

6.- A real-live scenario: A customer experiences right now a dramatic decline in performance. By combining the funtions of SM50 and ST04 you are able to anwer the following questions: You can identify the user that put the highest load on the system, but only for the last 60 minutes. True False Using ST04 you can identify what kind of table access is used to retrieve data from the database. True False You find what select statement accesses what table, and you can get an “Explain” for it. True False You can find what report is accessing what table. Also you can identify the user who started this report. This information is only a snap-shot information. True False For the current day you can easily identify the transaction with the highest load on the system. True False

7.- What can you find out using the transaction profile in transaction ST03N? What transactions are causing high wait times. True False The average dialog response time for each user. True False The index used for data access on database level. True False What transactions are causing high load on the database. True False What transactions cause the highest load with respect to the total dialog response. True False

8.- Please identify the correct statements dealing with some answer components Roll wait is counted as a sub-component of GUI time. GUI time is measured during a round trip to the front end. True False High Roll Wait times always indicate that there is a hardware bottieneck (most likely the CPU) on the application server you are logged on to. True False High RFC+CPIC time indicate that either the network connection to the remote component is weak or that the processing of your request on the remote component takes a long time. True False High GUI time is of no relevance, because GUI time is no part of the dialog response time. True False Roll wait time is counted as a sub-component of RFC+CPIC time that is measured during synchronous RFC communication. True False

9.- Please identify the correct statements dealing with some answer time components Load (+generation) time during a round trip to frond end. True False Spool time. True False Wait time True False Compiling time. True False Database (request) time. True False

10.- If you would like to access buffered data you should follow these rules. The statement “SELECT…USING BUFFER” always accesses buffered data. True False SAP tables content is not buffered by default. You are required to active buffering as you see the need. True False You need to use “SELECT SINGLE…” statements to access partial buffered (single record buffering) data. True False Native SQL statements do not make use SAP buffers. True False The statement “SELECT…BYPASSING BUFFER” does not make use of the SAP buffers. True False

11.- What World you do if receive a customer complain that his / her SAP Web AS Java has crashed? I will schedule a NetMeeting and try to browse through the customer logs and traces to find the problem. I will ask the customer to install a Central Log Viewer on his computer and try to find the problem browsing the logs. I will ask him to send me via e-mail the logs and traces from his /her /log directory so that I can have a look at them. I will ask the customer to start a Remote Server on his host and I will then connect to his Remote Server with my Central Log Viewer and try to find the problem.

12.- Which of the following statements regarding the Basic idea of the SLD is correct? SLD is only available with the shipment of the SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI). SLD is based on an SAP proprietary product standard called Solution Manager. SLD is the landscape-wide information provider for system landscape data acts as a foundation of many SAP applications. SLD is a Java application. Therefore, ABAP applications can’t make use of the information provided by the SLD.

13.- Which of the following statements are correct regarding the UME authorization concept?. UME actions are directly assigned to roles. True False UME roles can be assigned using the Visual Administrator. True False ABAP roles can be used as groups in UME. True False UME permissions are defined by an administrator. True False

14.- The SAP Web AS Java is using the Java startup and control framework to start and stop. Which statements are correct in respect to the Java startup and control framework?. The Java startup and control framework doesn’t support Java processes under Unix and Unix flavors. To stop the Java Engine running under Unix and other Unix flavors the administrator has simply to kill the corresponding processes. True False The Java startup framework can be used to monitor the Java processes. True False In an SAP Web AS Java Add-in Installation, the ICM Monitoring can be used to start and stop the SAP Web AS Java. True False On Windows operating systems the SAP Management console can be used to start/stop and monitor a SAP Web AS Java (only). True False

15.- What happens during or after a successful central activation, which can be triggered by the developer, after checking in to the Design Time Repository (DTR) using the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio?. Within the Design Time Repository (DTR) the corresponding versions of the source files will be transferred to the inactive workspace of the Development Configuration. True False The archives created during the activation will be deployed to the runtime system (for example the central development system) belonging to the Development Configuration. True False Within the Component Build Service (CBS) the created archives will be transferred into the buildspace. True False Within the Design Time Repository (DTR) the corresponding versions of the source files will be transferred to the active workspace of the Development Configuration. True False

16. whereas traces contain exceptional events.40 has been greatly improved. True False Multiple activity log. True False Display of aggregated distributed statistics record. True False There is one development configuration registered for each track in the SLD. True False Logs contain normal events. Which of the following functionalities can be used in a pure SAP Web AS Java 6. But what are the differences between logs and traces?. especially in the Java world.Logs and traces are important information sources..e. True False 18. True False State Monitoring. True False Logging is switched on during normal operation. True False Development configurations must exist for every system of a track (i. SQL Trace. True False By default the traces are written in separate files.The monitoring functionality of an SAP Web AS Java 6. Development configurations are required for track creation. Log messages are also visible in the corresponding trace. True False Notification in case of a CCMS alert. for the central development system.. True False Development configurations are generated on track creation. the test system and the production system).. the consolidation system. True False . True False 17.Which of the following statements regarding development configurations are correct?.40 environment?. True False Development configurations consist of two DTR workspaces and one CBS bulldspace.

c. True False A DTR server and a CBS server used by the new track must exist and have been configured. d. 2. 20. Which of the following are true for the Integrated Log Viewer? 1. a. Which of the following statements regarding the prerequisites are correct? The software component version to be deployed in the new track and their dependencies to the software component version required by them are defined in the SLD True False The SAP NetWeaver Development Studio used by the administrator is installed.19. some prerequisites must be fulfilled.. b... 21.Activate the performance trace for all the components and try to find where bad results appear.The Integrated Log Viewer is presented as a service of the SAP Web AS Java.The Integrated Log Viewer merges logs within one SAP Web AS Java instance. 3..Activate Session trace on each running application to see which of the causes the problem. actions or users that cause the problem. It provides a runtime control for working with log messages. True False Required Software Components for the new track has already been approve in the predecessor track.. True False Four Workspaces and two buildspaces used by the new track must exist..Use the Distributed Statistics to systematically go through the data generated for the last several hours and try to find the components.Log Viewer is the right tool for setting and modifying Severity levels. True False .. You can add new locations and categories and change the configuration of the existing ones..Prior to the track creation.What should you do if the systems shows a slow performance? Please choose the correct answer.The Integrated Log Viewer provides options for log and trace configuration...Use the application tracing to start all deployed Java application in modified mode to.

True False Within the Design Time Repository (DTR) the corresponding versions of the source files will be transferred into the active workspace of the Development Configuration of the PROD-system. True False Offline Configuration Editor needs a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) 1.22. True False The corresponding DB must be offline.Identify the correct statements on the successful import of the a track into the production system (PROD).x to run.Which of the following statements should be considered when using the Offline Configuration Editor? The SAP Web AS Java has to be offline. True False Within the Component Build Service (CBS) the created archives will be transferred into the buildspace of the Development Configuration of the production System. Within the Desing time Repository (DTR) the corresponding versions of the source files will be transferred into the inactive workspace of the Development Configuration of the PROD-system True False The archives will be deployed into the runtime environment of the production systems..5. True False High risk of corrupting the system if Configuration Editor used without deep administration knowledge. True False . True False 23. single activities won’t be imported. True False Only complete software components (SCs) will be imported into the production system..

Using System --> Status in SAP GUI 26. a.52008 e.80002 c.Configuration Editor.50208 .... d.50802 d..Within the file java_vers in the work directory of the Central Services Instance.Using the service /sap/monitoring/Systeminfo of SAP Web AS Java.Visual Administrator b..The patch level of SAP Web AS Java is always identical to the current Kernel patch level... You can find this value in transaction SMICM in the SAP System.. for example. 25.On operating system level using “java-version” b.System Info web Page. Which is the default Telnet port number? Please choose the correct answer. d..Console access by Telnet.Which of these Administration tools has a text based interface? Please choose the correct answer.. c.20008 b. e..If your instance number is 02.How can you determine the current patch level of your SAP Web AS Java? Please choose the correct answer... a. c...24. a..

True False 28. or are set to an Error severity level.. .The SAP Web Application Server 6.It is always installed in a separate database from the SAP Web Application Server ABAP system.. True False During a normal operation traces are usually turned off.It is installed in the same schema and same database as the SAP Web Application Server ABAP system. c. True False Traces are mainly addressed to an administrator of a customer system.The Logging API introduces two types of messages – logs and traces.40 now contains a Java stack. b. True False According to the Logging API traces are written to categories. Which of the following descriptions are true for traces? Traces are used for understanding the program execution path and the internal status of a system component or an application.It is installed in the file system. a. True False Traces write all significant events that occur on a cluster node of the Java Cluster....27. Which of the following is a correct statement about the installation of the SAP Web AS Java? Please choose the correct answer.

.. a.What is the purpose of the operation modes? Please choose the correct answer. True False One or more roles can be assigned to a user master record.Operation modes provide the possibility to dynamically distribute jobs over all application servers with background work processes. c..Operation modes provide the possibility to increase the overall number of work processes. True False An authorization profile can be assigned to a user master record. d.Operation modes provide the possibility to automatically restart the SAP system.Which of the following statements are true for user master record in clients of SAP systems? A single authorization value can be assigned to a user master record.. True False 30.29..Operation modes provide an advanced logon load balancing. True False An user master record can be generated from transaction PFCG.. e.. b. .Operation modes provide the possibility to dynamically switch between different types of work processes.

True False ...It is not possible to logon to a server group using “group logon” e.You can no longer successfully start the SAP system DEV that you administer. dev_disp and others can explain problem situations.. True False A careful analysis of the syslog (Transaction SM21) can provide information about possible causes. After a few minutes during which no login would have been possible.The user gets a dialog work process assigned in each instances.Depending on the load of servers. Which resources can you use to search for the causes of this behavior? The log files of the SAP Startup Manager (SSM) in the home directory of the user devadm contain important information for solving problems.. True False The instance-dependent developer traces in the directory \usr\sap\DEV\<instance_ID>\work (or /usr/sap/DEV/<instance_ID>/work): the files dev_ms.. dev_disp and others can explain problem situations.. only one of these dialog work processes is active. d.If a user is already logged on to a logon group using logon load balancing. True False The system-wide developer traces in the directory \usr\sap\DEV\logging (or /usr/sap/DEV/logging): the files dev_ms.Different dialog work processes of the same instance of the SAP system will work sequentially for the user.31.The user remains assigned to the same dialog work process. True False The database logs should be analyzed in great detail. a. Depending on the load of the server.. b. c. 32. the startup process terminates. different dialog work processes of different instance will work for this user. how are dialog work processes assigned to this user? Please choose the correct answer.

True False By default (without special configuration). True False Monitoring all instances of one SAP system with one Alert Monitor.Which of the following types of Remote Function Call (RFC) are supported by SAP System? bRFC – background RFC True False tRFC – Transactional RFC True False qRFC – queued RFC True False pRFC – procedural RFC Synchronous RFC (sometimes Know as sRFC) True False 34. True False Thresholds can be configures that determine whether an alert for a performance attribute is raised or not. True False . True False Monitoring several complete SAP systems with one Alert Monitor..33. when an alert is raised.Which of the following actions are possible using the CCMS Alert Monitor (Transaction RZ20) ? Instances of SAP systems can be restarted directly from the Alert Monitor. the administrator automatically receives an Email by an Auto-Reaction method..

True False The transport directory is given by the parameter DIR_TRANS. True False A new (and empty) created change requests always has one or more tasks. True False .Which of the following statements are correct regarding background job scheduling in SAP systems? The background jobs scheduler runs in the dispatcher process. True False A background job can only be triggered by time True False The parameter “rdisp/btctime” determines how frequently the background job scheduler is started True False 36. True False All customizing needs a customizing change request.Which of the following statements concerning the Change and Transport Systems are correct? Small corrections on ABAP programs can be done safely in the production system. True False The import in the database of the target systems is started automatically.35... True False A background job can be triggered either by time or by event. True False A background job scheduler runs only on the central instance.

.37..Operation modes must be defined as either productive..Operation modes can be used to startup/shutdown instance of SAP systems.When an external program triggers an SAP system event. or demo.. which operating system executable of the SAP system is used in triggering the event? Please choose the correct answer.disp+work . a.Productive operation modes can be scheduled for specific dates and times. e..... test.. 38.msg_server.saposcol b.Operation modes can be switched according to a factory calendar. a.exe c.Which of the following is true of the operation modes in SAP systems? Please choose the correct answer..sapxpg e..Productive operation modes may only be switched manually..sapevt d. c. b. d.

4. 2. Dispatcher. 3. The system administrator will then be notified of your request for a new password. True False . Dispatcher 40. 2. Database Process(es). 3. 2. 3.1. ICM c.. Dispatcher.. True False To provide users with authorizations.1.. 4. Message Server.Which statements concerning the SAP user management are correct? By setting the parameter login/max_password_lng you can set the maximum allowed length for a user’s password. 4. Message Server.. Dispacher. Database Process(es). ICM. True False By setting the parameter login/min_password_lng you can set the minimal required password length for a user’s password True False A user with user type “System” can not log on to the system by using the SAP GUI. ICM b.1. Database Process(es). Database Process(es). True False If you forgot your password you can use the “User-> New Password” menu on the logon screen. 4. 2. Message Server. it is not enough to assign roles to users. a. ICM e. Enqueue Work Process. 3. 3. only the chronological sequence of the selected processes is considered here. 2..39. Database Process(es). One answer is correct..1. Message Server.. You also have to do a “user comparison”.1. 4.Message Server. Dsipacher d.Which of the following process start sequences can be typically be observed when starting an SAP system? Note that the specified sequence does not need to be “complete”.

high volume print.Which statements are true for the system log of the SAP system? By switching to the expert mode in the system log transaction (SM21) you get the possibility to filter system log messages using the message ID. you can configure a central system log. . to optimize throughput. True False 42. True False If you use a Windows operating system for your SAP system. True False If you use a UNIX oprating system for your SAP system you can configure a central system log. and run report RSPO1041 as a background job daily... to enable them to be used from the WAN.41.Which of the following task might be performed to increase spooling performance? Configure printers as network printers wherever possible on the operating system level. and desktop print. True False Deactivate the option “Delete after output” under “Defaults” in the user master record (transaction SU3). True False Assign all printers with access methods “U” or “S”. True False By default the system log files are written to the directory /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/global. True False Assign printers to spool server classes: production print. True False Activate the option “ Allow load comparison” for logical spool servers.

True False By default the system log is recorded for each instance of the SAP system separately.. The name of this system profile can be freely chosen during the installation of the SAP system. What is de name of the system profile in which the parameter rdisp/mshost is specified? Please choose the correct answer. and an additional instance (Host: HOST2. c.What security relevant communication protocols and methods are supported by an SAP Web Application Server? Secure ABAP Protocol (SAP) True False Secure Java Protocol (SJP) True False Secure Network Communication (SNC) True False Secure Store and Forward (SSF) True False .DEV_DVEBMGD00_HOST1 44. Instance ID D00) and a large number of frontends logged on. True False 43... Instance ID: DVEBMGS00.The parameter rdisp/mshost is specified in the start profile of the message server. SAPSID: DEV)...DEFAULT:PFL e.There is a system with the following configuration: Central instance with database (Host:HOST1. a..DVEBMGS00 d..START_DVEBMGS00_HOST1 b.

. Decide whether each answer is true or false.Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) True False 45.. An output device can be directly allocated to a specific SAPlpd process. True False . a) Saposcol b) Gwrd c) Sapevt d) Sapxpg e) disp+work 46. True False An output device does not need to be allocated to anything. True False An output device can be directly allocated to a real spool sever.Which are possible allocations when setting up output devices in SAP systems? More than one answer is correct.What is the name of the program at operating systemlevel that is used when an ABAP program calls an external program? Please choose the correct answer. True False An output device can be directly allocated to a logical spool sever True False An output device must be allocated to a specific spool work process.

.Once web applications are up and running. It is used only in Java-only systems. True False The users used for the RFC connections for the CUA need to be of type “SYSTEM” with authorization SAP_ALL True False The naming convention recommended by SAP for both. e. True False The required RFC connections have to be named identical with the logical system they are connecting to. It is used in all configurations of the SAP Web AS: ABAP. more SAP Web Application Server may be added to the landscape to help process the load.only systems. True False 48. Which of the following is a correct statement about the usage of the Web..g. RFC connections and logical system names. True False You need to use trusted RFC connections for setting up a CUA environment. and ABAP/Java systems . To balance the web application load across several SAP Web Applocation Server. Select which of the following answers are true and which are false.40-based system you are required to observe the following: The is more than one correct answer to this question. It is used only in ABAP-only systems It is used only in ABAP+Java systems. CUA_DEV. SAP offers the SAP Web Dispatcher as a software load balancing mechanism.While setting up the RFC connections for a Central User Administration (CUA) in an SAP Web AS 6. The required RFC connections have to be named in capital letters. Java-only systems.47. Please choose the correct answer. is the following: “CUA_<SID>”.

Local True False Redistribution True False Central True False Fixed True False Global True False 50. True False The data for CUA will replicated to the daughter systems every 60 minutes. when will your changes to user datase become effective in the daughter systems? Please consider also the options that the Application Link Enabling technology (ALE) offers! There is more than one correct answer to this question.When maintaining the user distribution field selection (transaction SCUM) you can choose the following options: There is more than one correct answer to this question. if no other setting/configuration overrides this default value. Select which of the following answers are true and which are false. True False Choose the button “Distribute all data” in transaction SCUA.. True False The IDocs transporting the changes to user master data in the daughter systems can be collected and transferred at a later time. Select which of the following answers are true and which are false.. The changes can be replicated by the background job “CUA_Distribute” in the central system.49. True False . True False The changes can be replicated immediately.When using the Central User Administration (CUA). triggered by a background job.

What do you need to consider? More than one answer is correct. using the naming convention <SID>CLNT###. where <SID> signifies your system ID and ### signifies a client numner. You need to create RFC connections using the identical naming convention. You should define logical systems.When implementing Central User Administration..51. Both cannot be used at the same time for the same clients. True False CUA used ALE to distribute user master data True False CUA can only be set up between two clients True False .Which kernel parameter is responsible for enabling/disabling the integrated ITS? Please choose the correct answer a) em/address_space_MB b) em/global_Area_MB c) itsp/memory_check d) itsp/enable 52. Decide whether each answer is true of false.. True False Authorization profiles generated by role definitions are distributed along with role definitions. True False You have to decide: either you want to user CUA or you want use a directory server for user management.

Select which of the following answers are true and which are false.If you would like to create a new user in a remote client by using the Central User Administration. More than one answer is correct Systems True False Address True False Groups True False Roles True False Logon data True False 54. There is more than one correct answer to this questions.By implementing the Central User Administration (CUA) you can maintain the following information centrally for all clients connected to the CUA.53... Which user is allowed to logon to what client True False Authorization profiles can be replicated to other systems True False The lock status of users True False Initial (new) passwords True False Complete definitions of “User Roles” True False . you can assign the new logical system by fields on the following tabs.

using the parameters icm/min_threads).g. n SAP fields are related to m attributes of the directory server) are possible True False The mapping between SAP Fields and attributes of the directory server uses function modules.g. from 1 to 2 by using the parameter rdisp/no_of_ICM).. True False . Select which of the following answers are true and which are false.55.. Select which of the following answers are true and which are false.g.Which statements concerning the mapping between SAP Fields and attributes of the directory server are correct There is more than one correct answer to this question. True False By using ICM processes from other SAP systems as well True False By using the stand-alone ITS for the corresponding application as well True False By increasing the number of instances on which the ICM is configured True False By increasing the number of ICM processes per instance (e. Complex mapping rules (e.How can the internet Access to SAP systems from Web Browsers using the ICM be scaled? There is more than one correct answer to this question. By increasing the number of threads of the ICM (e. True False SAP fields for which there exist no attributes on the directory server can be synchronized using schema extensions True False SAP fields for which there exist no attributes on the directory server cannot be synchronized for principal reasons True False For every SAP Field there has to be exactly one attribute of the directory server True False 56.

At system start up applies only to “import all” True False At start time.-To perform a modification in an SAP-System.57. Select which of the following answers are true and which are false. True False . True False The customer must fax or e. applies to “import all” and “import single” True False After event. More than one answer is correct.mail an object modification request to SAP. True False All modifications must be registered in the SAP Service Marketplace.How can an import of transport requests be scheduled from within the transport management system? There is more than one correct answer to this question. applies to “import all” and “import single” True False 58. the following requirements must be met. This is checked by SAP. True False The developer for whom a modification key is requested must have attended the course BC400. Decide whether each answer is true or false Transaction SE06 (System Change Option) must be set globally to “modifiable” in the SAP –System where the modification should be executed. applies to “import all” and “import single” True False Inmediate.. applies to “import all” and “import single” True False Periodically.

. True False Table contents can be compared between different clients in the same SAP-Systems True False Table contents can be compared between different clients in different SAP-Systems.Which of the following statements are correct using the transaction SCU0 (CrossSystem Viewer) and transaction SM30 (Maintain Table Views) to compare clients? More than one answer is correct. True False Table contents can be compared between SAP R/2 and SAP ECC Systems.59. Table contents can only be compared directly on the database level. a) dev_tp.. Decide whether each answer is true or false.In which of the following operating system files does the Transport Management System (TMS) set transport parameters for SAP-Systems? Please choose the correct answer.PFL d) DOMAIN_<SID>.pfl b) trans.CFG e) DOMAIN_DSC 60. True False Customizing data can be adjusted across clients using transaction SM30 (Maintain Table Views).ini c) TP_<domain>. True False .

True False All SAP-System in a transport domain must belong to the same transport group True False All SAP-Systems within one transport domain have RFC destinations (names beginning with “TMS…”) to the same transport domain controller. A transport domain consists of the client-independent table TDOM (the transport domain table) into which all transports (exports or imports) in the SAP-System are logged. Decide whether each answer is true or false.Which of the following statements are correct in regard to planning and executing an SAP-System upgrade? More than one answer is correct Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False Use the tool PREPARE to detect modifications and plan possible modification adjustments during the upgrade. as all programs used during upgrade log all results. True False . it does not matter which SAP-System you upgrade first. A new kernel for the SAP-System is installed during to upgrade.Which of the following statements is correct regarding transport domains and transport groups in SAP-Systems? More than one answer is correct. True False All SAP-Systems within one transport group have a common transport directory.61. True False 62. True False In a two system landscape. True False A transport domain can only be set up if more than one application server is installed.. True False SAP Support Package can be integrated as part of the upgrade True False Planning an upgrade is not required..

request owner) that have to perform the quality assurenace. True False .. Imports must be started on OS level using transport program tp. request owner) that have to perform a quality assurance. Select which of the following answers are true and which are false. True False You defined different groups of users (system asministrator. a quality assurance system (QAS) and a production system (PRD). True False You can define different groups of users (system administrator.63.Which of these statements are correct. ALL three groups have to approve a transport request so that it can be imported (according to the QA) True False Transport request that have been rejected will automatically appear in the inbox of the special transport workflow for further decision. Using the transport management system (TMS). As soon as the first user rejects a transport request. department.A three system landscape consists of a development system (DEV). From none of the three systems. from which system can an import into the quality assurance system (QAS) be started? Please choose the correct answer. Only from the quality assurance system (QAS) Only from the production system (PRD) From all three systems Only from the development system (DEV) 64. With the help of the special transport workflow it is possible to import a released transport request from the development system directly into the productive True False You defined different groups of users (department and request owner) to perform quality assurance. no further decision is possible to approve this transport request.. department. concerning the QA (quality assurance) and the special transport workflow within the transport management system? There is more than one correct answer to this question.

The text-oriented transport route editor within the Transport Management System.Which of the following tools can be used to define transport routers in an SAPSystem landscape? More than one answer is correct.Which of the following are tools offered by the CTS in SAP-Systems? More than one answer is correct. 66. True False Use tp to configure the transport domain and the transport routes within. Decide whether each answer is true or false. This information is stored in file Domain.65. Decide whether each answer is true or false CTU Organizer True False Client Organizer True False Upgrade Organizer True False Transport Management System True False Transport Organizer True False . True False It is recommended to use transaction SM31 (Maintain Table Views) to adapt the transport tables. True False The graphical transport route editor within the Transport Management System. True False The new tool “Java-based Transport Management System” (JTMS)...cfg.

the rest cannot be identified from the screenshot provided) .67. b) Twdf0090 c) DEV d) 560 e) Twdf0090_DEV… (Unfortunately. Please choose the correct answer a) This question cannot be answered with the information available.From the screenshot.. The associated logon was performed in English. find the machine on which the database for this system is running.

68.What reasons can prevent a successful logon to An SAP System? More than one answer is correct.Which SAP product does not use SAP NetWeaver Please choose the correct answer a) SAP for Aerospace&Defence b) mySAP All-in-One c) mySAP CRM d) mySAP ERP e) SAP Business One 69.. The network connection to the SAP system is broken... True False Passwords must be in capital letters True False The client you would like to log on is set to “inactive” mode True False You tried to log on to an non-existing client True False Mistyped user name True False .What catch-phrase describes SAP’s software maintenance strategy best? Please choose the correct answer. a) “3-3-1 maintenance” b) “5-1-2 maintenance” c) “Support included” d) “Lifetime guarentee” e) “4-2-2 maintenance” 70.

and the contents can be displayed using the ABAP dictionary. …Part of the SAP Enterprise Portal technology that is shipped and installed automatically with SAP Netweaver... Queries. Pages. the lock operationis performed by the message server process.SAP Business Content is … Please choose the correct answer. If a dialog work process request a lock.Which of the following statement are correct regarding the usage of the lock table in an SAP system with several instances? More than one answer is correct. 72. Info Objects. etc. iViews. …an “add-on” to the SAP Business Information Warehouse that provides predefined Roles. Worksets. True False The lock table is located in the shared memory of the message server. Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False The lock table is located in the shared memory of the computer where the enqueue work process is running True False If a dialog work process from another instance (without enqueue work process) requests a lock. True False The lock table is a transparent table located in the SAP system. True False .71. …The predefined content of an SAP Business One installation …Part of the SAP Business Information Warehouse technology that is shipped and installed automatically with SAP Netweaver. etc. …an “add-on” to the SAP Enterprise Portal that provides predefined Roles. the lock operation is performed by the enqueue work process on the central instance. and can be accessed by all work process through the message server.

NET True False mySAP SCM True False . Customers are authorized to have only one SAP Service Market Place user per SAP system. Customer system administrators may create additional SAP Service Market Place users. This user is identified as “sapadm” and may be used by anyone with the correct password.. a document runs through the following steps (in the given order): Please choose the correct order Mapping Logical routing Technical routing Logical routing  Mapping  Technical routing Logical routing Technical routing Mapping 74. More than one answer is correct. SAP HR True False Application Platform True False People Integration True False Microsoft ..73. Customers are required to list all SAP Service Market Place users in their SAP system´s license contract..In the XI pipeline. 75.The SAP Netweaver consists of several components. Customers must request the additional users by creating a message in the SAP Service Market Place.What method should be used when a customer want to obtain additional SAP Service Marketplace users for their organization. Please choose the correct answer Additional users are created using R3SETUP after the customer requests the apropiate keyword from an SAP Note. Identify the components that are part of SAP NetWeaver.

True False You find information on sizing issues on http://service. The answer will contain a sizing proposal. True False Open a call with SAP. DB2 UDB True False Max DB True False Oracle True False MS Acces True False MS SQL Server True False 77.SAP systems can be installed in different database types.You will find the initial sizing of your SAP systems hardware. You find minimum hardware requirements within the installation guide. True False The initial sizing recommendation for all SAP systems is: 256MB if RAM and at least one CPU of 1000 Mhz-equivalent processing power. True False Your hardware supplier can help you finding an initial sizing for your hardware..sap. True False . More than one answer is correct. More than one answer is correct.com/sizing.76.. Please identify the correct ones.

Make the installation CDs available for installation (copy on disc. mounting. True False . True False Within an MCODE database you can mix Unicode and non-Unicode-based SAP systems. True False Unicode is supported since SAP Web AS 6. During the installation of an Unicode-based SAP system you have to activate the multi national language support (MNLS) to have a full Unicode enabled system. new Database” or “Yes. True False Migrations of non-MCODE systems to MCODE systems are possible. existing database” True False Unicode or MNLS SAP ECC installation.During the installation selections screens with the following choices appear: More than one answer is correct.10 True False In an MCODE installation the SAP systems uses the same database user but different tables to store similar data. True False Install Microsoft´s active directory or install generic LDAP directory during installation True False Default installation or expert installation of an SAP system True False Usage of existing Database: “No.78.. sharing). True False 79.Concerning multiple components in one database (MCODE) and Unicode which of the statements are true? More than one answer is correct..

True False Creating a new secondary index on ZLARGE always solves the problem without any impact to rest of the SAP system.com. Which of the following statements is a correct option to solve the problem? More than one answer is correct. sharing).80. changing the expensive statement in the code ZZSLOW is preferable to (has priority over) creating an index on table ZLARGE. Manually prepare the \sap\db\<dbtype>. Get more details on installation problems by checking http://service. e.sun. “ora” for Oracle). an expensive SQL statement on table ZLARGE was identified in report ZZSLOW. creating an index on table ZLARGE is preferable to (has priority over) changing the expensive statement in the code ZZSLOW. True False . Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False By SAP recommendation..During a workload analysis session. True False Dropping and recreating all indexes of ZLARGE solves the problem. resp. Make the installation CDs available for installation (copy on disc.sap.During To be prepared as best as possible for an SAP system installation you should: One answer is correct.g. 81. True False Creating a new secondary index on ZLARGE has an impact on the cost based optimizer which can lead to bad optimizer decisions. Always download and install the newest Java SDK available at http://www. Make sure that enough memory is available to avoid rebooting the server during installation.. mounting. /sap/db/<dbtype> -directory for the database installation (where <dbtype> stands for the database type. By SAP recommendation.com/installationproblems.

because it shows more than one million buffer gets. because it is on top of the list.. The statement is an expensive statement. .Which of the following is true for the SQL statement highlighted on the “Shared SQL” screen ? Please choose the correct answer. because the buffer gets in this statement exceed 5% of the total buffer gets (reads) in this system.82. because the buffer gets in this statement exceed 5% of the physical reads (disk reads) in this system. The statement is an expensive statement. The statement is an expensive statement. The statement is an expensive statement. The statement is not an expensive statement.

Which Oracle component dynamically maintains information about the status of the database redo logs. The SGA definition file.ora? More than one answer is correct. the database mode.Which of the following Oracle parameters should never be modified in the file init<DBSID>. 84. row_cache_cursors True False db_block_buffers True False db_block_size True False shared_pool_size True False db_name True False ..ora Each tablespace data file contains this data for the whole database. init<DBSID>. the names and paths of database files. cntrl<DBSID>. The Oracle control file. and is essential during a database recovery? Please choose the correct answer..def.dbf. Decide whether each answer is true or false. The sapdba parameter file.83. init<DBSID>.dba The Oracle parameter file. sgadef<DBSID>.

In an SAP system standard installation. Decide whether each answer is true or false.What information can be found in the Oracle alert log file? More than one answer is correct. True False Locating online redo logs on slow disk directly impacts the response time of SELECT operations.. redo log members of each redo log group.85. True False The instance startup and shutdown messages of SAP system instances. True False . there are 2 redo log groups with 4 members each. True False Information about aborted ABAP programs. True False BD error messages caused by an archiver stuck. True False Each redo log group should have at least 2 members. Information about backups with brbackup. Decide whether each answer is true or false.. True False Information about redo log switches. True False 86. True False To provide a secure configuration.Which of the following rules apply when you are configuring online redo logs? More than one answer is correct. True False The total combined size of all online redo log files must be at least as large as the maximum amount of redo log data generated by a single transaction. must be on two different physical disks.

. Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False Information about when the last backup failed True False . …the NEXT extent size will be automatically adapted by SAP tool brconnect –f next.. …the next extent size is determined automatically by Oracle.Find the options listed below that complete the following sentence correctly. …the extent size set by Oracle can be adapted through storage parameters INITIAL and Next.… More than one answer is correct. In locally managed tablespaces. Complete path names and file sizes for all data files. 88. …less fragmentation occurs compared to dictionary managed tablespaces. True False The tables and indexes with the most free space True False Space-critical objects.Which of the following kinds of information are provided by the database system check “brconnect –f check” ? More than one answer is correct. True False Values of all active database configuration parameters. Decide whether each answer is true or false.87.

For tablespaces administration with BRSPACE. True False When creating a datafile using BRSPACE. True False After an online backup failed abnormally. True False To enlarge a tablespace. SAP recommends to use the export/import facility of BRSPACE for reorganization. True False The default and recommended method to reorganized tables using BRSPACE can be performed online. True False Using BRSPACE you can select to create a dictionary or locally managed tablespace. free space in the sapreorg directory must be more the size of the tables being reorganized. you can use BRSPACE to reset the backup status.For reorganization(of tables without LONG fields) using BRSPACE. the file can be placed into any directory (for example because the existing disks containing sapdata directories is full). the only possible way to do so is to add a data file. Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False For the default and recommended method to reorganize tables using BRSPACE. Decide whether each answer is true or false.89. which of the following statements are true? More than one answer is correct. Using BRSPACE. True False .. True False BRSPACE can be used to transform dictionary managed tablespace into locally managed tablespaces. you can select to create autoextensible or fixed size data files. which of the following statements are true? More than one answer is correct. True False 90..

The tablespace should be reorganized. Storing the offline redo log files. . Providing a work area for specific tasks of the central instance of the SAP system (e..g. Storing the online database backups instead of writing them to tape.When an update task of an SAP system aborts with an Oracle error ORA1653failure to allocate an extent for a table in a specific tablespace – what action needs to be taken? Please choose the correct answer. 92. The table should be reorganized. Storing the online redo log files.What is the primary purpose of the “sapreorg” directory? Please choose the correct answer. The tablespace should be increased (add new data file or resize existing data file).91.. central logging) Providing a work area for BR*Tools. The table should be moved to another tablespace. The storage parameter MAXEXTENTS must be increased.

True False 94.. the undo tablespace can be set to be autoextensible. Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False Checking that the archive directory contains enough free space. True False Undo segments are overwritten earliest after undo retention time. Storage parameters of all undo segments should be equal. Checking for tables with more than 100 extents. True False Checking that the cost based optimizer (CBO) statistics are refreshed once a week according to the strategy recommended by SAP.For UNDO table spaces. Decide whether each answer is true or false. True False Transformation of rollback – to undo tablespace can be performed with BRSPACE. True False Checking the data buffer quality. True False . True False Checking the shared cursor cache for expensive SQL statements.Which of the following checks are useful for database performance monitoring? More than one answer is correct. which of the following statements are true? More than one answer is correct.93.. True False To avoid a tablespace overflow.

-Within a working Oracle 9.-Complete the following sentence: “Offline redo logs are written by…” …the log writer LGWR …the database writer DBW0 …BRARCHIVE triggered by the checkpoint process CKPT …the archiver ARC0 97.x database? Connect / as sysoper True False Connect sap<sid>/<password> True False Connect system/<password> True False Connect sys/<password> True False Connect / as sysdba True False .20 database you can find the following elements (among many others).ora True False The directory saptrace True False Ther Oracle agent processes True False The directory “/usr/sap/trans” True False 96.-Which of the following connect options enables the user to start and stop an Oracle 9. Please identify the correct ones.95. The Data Files True False File init<DBSID>.

its shadow process performs some or all of its tasks In an SAP system. when the background process is busy for more than 300 milliseconds or even fails.98. In the MOUNT mode of an Oracle instance. the administrator can… …access the Oracle V$” views True False …recreate the missing control file True False …change the ARCHIVELOG mode of the database True False …access the Oracle DBA_“views in tablespace SYSTEM True False …do a media recovery True False 101. one shadow process is started for each connection to the Oracle Instance An Oracle shadows process is created for each Oracle background process.-Which of following is true for an SAP system with an Oracle database: ORACLE_HOME is …an system environment variable defined just on the Oracle database server …an user environment variable defined on the Oracle database server and each SAP application server …an user environment variable defined just on the Oracle database server …an system environment variables defined on the Oracle database server and each SAP application server 100.-Which of the following statements is true? In an SAP system.-The ability to start and stop the database is granted through… (please complete the sentence with one of the options below) …Database Role SYSDBA …System privilege START_STOP_DATABASE …Database role DBA …Database privilege SYSOPER .-Decide which of the entries listed below can completed the following sentence correctly. one shadow process is started for each SAP instance 99.

-Please complete the following sentence using one of the options listed below. without force True False In BRTOOLS: Shut down database with close mode abort and force True False SQL> SHUTDOWN ABORT True False 103. its work process connect to the Oracle database with database user… …SYSTEM …SYS …SAP<SCHEMA_ID> …<sapsid>adm (on UNIX) or SAPService<SAPSID> (on Windows) …SAPR3 . without force True False In BRTOOLS: Shut down database with close mode inmmediate. SAP recommendsto change passwords of critical database users as SYS. When an instance of a Web Application Server 6.-With which of the following methods or commands you can shut down an Oracle instance in an SAP system even if work processes of SAP instance have connections to the Oracle instance? SQL> SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE True False In BRTOOLS: Shut down database with close mode inmmediate and force True False In BRTOOLS: Shut down database with close mode abort.20 starts.-Please complete the following sentence using one of the options listed below. SYSTEM or SAP<ECHEMA_ID> with help of… …BRBACKUP …SQL “Plus ant the command CHANGE PASSWORD …SQL “Plus ant the command ALTER USER …BRCONNECT …BRRESTORE 104.102.

-SAP recommends checking the database for corrupt data blocks at least once per backup cycle.ora must be available True False 107. because this method checks all blocks for corruption True False . undamaged BRBACKUP and BRARCHIVE logs must be available True False To use this option.105. at least one member of each redo log group must be intact True False You can also use this option for incomplete recoveries to an earlier point in time True False To use this option.-Which of the following statements are correct in regard to the restore and recovery option “Complete database recovery”? To use this option. and the database control file Offline redo log files and the SAP system’s SYSLOG file 106. database online redo log files. which files are saved by brbackup to ensure that the Oracle database can be restored to an internally consistent state? Database online redo log files and the SAP system’s transport files Oracle executable files Oracle database online redo log files and offline redo log files Tablespace data files. the complete. How can this be done? Use the verify option (-w |verify use_dbv) when running brarchive True False Oracle always checks for corrupted data blocks when a backup is performed True False The tool brbackup always checks for corrupted data blocks when a backup is performed True False Use the verify option (-w |verify use_dbv) when running brbackup True False You can perform a level 0 backup using the Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) together with SAP tools. the SYSTEM tablespace must be intact True False To use this option. all of the control file copies defined in the configuration file init<DBSID>.-During an offline backup.

8 p.m. Perform a restore and recovery using the point-in-time recovery scenario of BRRECOVER to recover the database until Friday. Each online redo log has a mirrored copy.108. Perform a whole database reset using the offline backup taken on Thursday.-Which of the following statements is correct regarding online Oracle database backups? Online database backups are not supported by Oracle Users may only read data and may not enter data while the backup is running The database must be running in archivelog mode The database does not write to online redo log files during online backups A complete online backup consists of tablespace data files and the control file. 3:00 p. The ARCH process is triggered to begin backing up the recently closed redo log The database switches between writing to the original redo log files and the mirrored redo log files 111. in the case? Perfom a whole database reset using the offline backup taken at..-What is the primary function of the “sapbackup” directory Providing a work area for SAP system database utilities during database reorganizations Storing database redo logs files temporarily before they are automatically written to tape Providing a work area for SAP system instance tasks Storing the offline redo log files Storing database backup log files 110. 109.m. The last backup taken was an offline backup taken on Thursday. 3 p.-An SAP system’s Oracle database has four online redo logs.m. also known as database transaction logs. 8 p.m.-During the upgrade you encounter a serious problem and decide to restore and recover the database until the time when you started the upgrade.m.m. Which is the correct recovery scenario from BRRECOVER. What is the effect of a log file switch? The current SAP system´s SYSLOG file is copied to the SAPARCH directory and a new SYSLOG file is created The current online redo log is copied to its mirrored copy. then perform a manual recovery until Friday. Perform a restore and recovery using the complete database recovery scenario of BRRECOVER to recover the database until Friday.m. then the next online redo log become open for writing The database alternates between writing to the online and offline redo log files The current online redo log is closed and the next online redo log becomes open for writing. which was Friday. 3 p. all that are necessary for restoring the database to a consistent status . 8 p. 3 p.

not online backups True False You can backup the database using multiple tape devices in parallel True False The database backup and the backup of the offline redo log files must fit on one tape because changing tapes is not supported True False 114.112.-You perform backups on local tapes using automatic tape selection on database C11. tape having volume C11B19 is no longer usabe. Because of a defect.-Which of the following statement are correct in regards to using a single run of BRBACKUP to save both the database files and the offline redo log files? The tapes used must have have initialized by BRBACKUP True False BRARCHIVE is started immediately after the database backup is complete: no further intervention by the database administration is necessary True False This technique can only be used for offline database backups. you checked that the tape for the next backup is tape volume C11B19. sometimes after being written to the database files After being written to the database files After a transaction failed At the same time as being written to the database files . The next backup will accept this tape. In transaction DB13. the volume will not be renamed 113.-When is data written to the Oracle redo log files? Before being written to the database files Sometimes before. the next backup will accept this tape True False You can initialize a new tape with volume name scratch. the volume will be automatically renamed to C11B19 True False You can initialize a new tape with volume name scratch. Which of the following statements is true? The backup will accept tape volume C11B20instead True False You can insert any unlabeled tape to perform the next backup True False You can initialize a new tape with volume name C11B19. the next backup will accept this tape.

which files must be saved to ensure that the Oracle database can be restored to an internally consistent state? The tablespace data files.-During an online database backup. which of the following statements are true? The check can be customized by maintaining table DBCHECKORA in transaction DB17 The check can be customized using parameters in init<DBSID>. Oracle automatically perform a media recovery True False In the mount phase. and the Oracle executables 115. and all database redo logs written during the online backup Oracle online redo log files and the database control file The Oracle executables.ora True False . the database control files. and the Oracle executables 116. and all database redo logs written during the online backup Oracle online redo log files and the database control file The Oracle executables. the database control file.-What happens during the startup of an Oracle database? The Oracle shadow processes are created True False As the last step. the online redo log files are cleared and the data files are opened True False At every startup. the database parameter file. the database control file. which files must be saved to ensure that the Oracle database can be restored to an internally consistent state? The tablespace data files.-For the database system check performed by BRCONNECT.115.sap Threshold values for the condition must be maintained exclusively in the CCMS alert moni-tor Check conditions are hard coded into BRCONNECT and cannot be changed 117. the database control files are evaluated True False The SGA is created in shared memory according to the parameter settings in spfile<DBSID>. and the tablespace data files Offline redo log files. and the tablespace data files Offline redo log files.-During an online database backup. and the database parameter file Tablespace data files. the database parameter file. the database control file. the database control file. the database control file. and the database parameter file Tablespace data files.ora or init<DBSID>.

.-Which of the following statements is correct in regard to OPS$connect? OPS$connect is an Oracle command enabling whoever executes it to Administer the database without using the Oracle tool SQL *Plus True False OPS$connect enables the R/3 saposcol process to communicate and exchange data with the Oracle database True False OPS$connect authorization is required for all users connecting to the Oracle database True False BR*Tools uses the OPS$connect by default to connect to the database True False OPS$connect authorization allows an operating system user to connect to the database without being prompted for a password True False 120.-Which of the following statements are correct for the SAP-recommended strategy for creating and updating table statistics used by the cost-based optimizer? Statistics are created for all transparent tables that have no statistics True False The table DBSTATC controls the update of the statistics for the crost-based optimizer.What happens during the shutdown of an Oracle database? . Method and sample defined for a table in the DBSTATC table are used instead of the default method for collecting statistics True False The update for table statistics refreshes all transparent tables True False Table DBSTATC contains all statistics and therefore only this table is updated True False There are tables in SAP systems that must not have statistics True False 119.118.

When you shutdown the database with the NORMAL or IMMEDIATE option. the database system disconnects all user before shutting down the database. True False When you shutdown the database with the NORMAL option. True False When you shut down the database with the ABORT option. the database system writes a checkpoint before shutting down the database. True False Shutting down the database with the IMMEDIATE option requires an instance recovery at the next database startup. open transactions are rolled back before the database is shut down. True False When you shutdown the database with the IMMEDIATE option. too. True False . The SAP system is shut down.

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