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QUESTION NO: : 98

The size of WebSEAL generated HTTP headers that are inserted in requests to junctioned

back-end servers can be limited by using the max-webseal-header-size option in the

[junction] stanza of the WebSEAL configuration file. Which two statements are true?

(Choose two.)

A. The back-end application automatically recognizes split HTTP headers.

B. The back-end application must be modified to recognize split HTTP headers.

C. The max-webseal-header-size option set to a value higher than 0 makes WebSEAL

truncate any header inserted in the junction if the header size is higher than that value in

bytes.

D. The max-webseal-header-size option set to a value higher than 0 makes WebSEAL split

any header inserted by WebSEAL in the junction if the header size is higher than that value

in bytes.

E. The max-webseal-header-size option set to a value higher than 0 makes WebSEAL split

any header inserted by WebSEAL in the junction, except the HTTP-Tag-Value headers, if

the header size is higher than that value in bytes.

Answer: B,E

Explanation:

QUESTION NO: : 75

What is a supported Single Sign-On method used with WebSEAL and WebSphere

Application Server?

A. SSL

B. DNS

C. TAI

D. LTPA

Answer: C

Explanation:

QUESTION NO:158

In the process of developing a hybrid application, the QA team finds a bug with the user interface that is

noticeable only on an iOS device. What can the developer use to debug the application?

A. Use the Xcode debugger console.

B. Use the Mobile Browser Simulator.

C. Use iWebInspector and/or Weinre.

D. Use WL.Logger.debug() and WL.Logger.error().

Correct Answer: C

QUESTION NO:44

A solution implementer needs to configure SSL mutual authentication between DataPower and a

secure backend server. The secure backend server requires the client to send a certificate for

authentication. What step must the solution implementer take to allow SSL mutual authentication

when DataPower acts as the client in this scenario?

A. Set the ciphers list to “HIGH” in the crypto profile.

B. Configure the SSL proxy profile to be in “two-way” mode.

C. Configure an identification credentials object to allow the verification of client identity.

D. Enable the “Permit Connections to Insecure SSL Servers” setting in the SSL proxy profile.

Answer: C

Explanation:

QUESTION NO:11

The solution implementer configured a multi-protocol gateway (MPGW) service to process

WebSphere MQ messages using the same MQ queue manager object for both the front end and

back end. A request rule in the processing policy sends a message to queue A and then to queue

B in a single transaction by using a “Result Action”. The MQ URL for the back end contains the

“Transactional=true” tag. The output type of the “Result Actions” is set as “Binary” and the

OUTPUT context has a named variable. What are the additional configuration options that the

solution implementer needs to guarantee message delivery for both back-end queues?

Specifically, if any one message fails, the entire transaction will roll back.

A. Configure two phase commit in the backend WebSphere MQ queue manager.

B. Configure “Units of Work = 1” and “Automatic Backout = off ” in the MQ queue manager object.

C. Configure “Units of Work = 1” and “Automatic Backout = on”; “Backout Threshold” and

“Backout Queue” defined in the MQ queue managerobject.

D. DataPower cannot support this use case as an MQ queue manager object only works with

global transactionality.

Answer: C

Explanation: