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Question 56

A mule application designed to fulfil two requirements

a) Processing files are synchronously from an FTPS server to a back-end database using VM intermediary queues for load balancing VM events

b) Processing a medium rate of records from a source to a target system using batch job scope

Considering the processing reliability requirements for FTPS files, how should VM queues be configured for processing files as well as for the batch job scope if the application is deployed to Cloudhub workers?

Options:

A.

Use Cloud hub persistent queues for FTPS files processing

There is no need to configure VM queues for the batch jobs scope as it uses by default the worker's disc for VM queueing

B.

Use Cloud hub persistent VM queue for FTPS file processing

There is no need to configure VM queues for the batch jobs scope as it uses by default the worker's JVM memory for VM queueing

C.

Use Cloud hub persistent VM queues for FTPS file processing

Disable VM queue for the batch job scope

D.

Use VM connector persistent queues for FTPS file processing Disable VM queue for the batch job scope

Question 57

A finance giant is planning to migrate all its Mule applications to Runtime fabric (RTF). Currently all Mule applications are deployed cloud hub using automated CI/CD scripts.

As an integration architect, which of the below step would you suggest to ensure that the applications from cloudhub are migrated properly to Runtime Fabric (RTF) with an assumption that organization is keen on keeping the same deployment strategy.

Options:

A.

No changes need to be made to POM.xml file and CI/CD script should be modified as per the RTF configurations

B.

runtimeFabric dependency should be added as a mule plug-in to POM.xml file and CI/CD script should be modified as per the RTF configurations

C.

runtimeFabric deployment should be added to POM.xml file in all

the mule applications and CI/CD script should be modified as per the RTF configurations

D.

runtimeFabric profile should be added mule configuration files in the mule applications and CI/CD script should be modified as per the RTF configurations

Question 58

An organization if struggling frequent plugin version upgrades and external plugin project dependencies. The team wants to minimize the impact on applications by creating best practices that will define a set of default dependencies across all new and in progress projects.

How can these best practices be achieved with the applications having the least amount of responsibility?

Options:

A.

Create a Mule plugin project with all the dependencies and add it as a dependency in each application's POM.xml file

B.

Create a mule domain project with all the dependencies define in its POM.xml file and add each application to the domain Project

C.

Add all dependencies in each application's POM.xml file

D.

Create a parent POM of all the required dependencies and reference each in each application's POM.xml file

Question 59

A Mule application is being designed to do the following:

Step 1: Read a SalesOrder message from a JMS queue, where each SalesOrder consists of a header and a list of SalesOrderLineltems.

Step 2: Insert the SalesOrder header and each SalesOrderLineltem into different tables in an RDBMS.

Step 3: Insert the SalesOrder header and the sum of the prices of all its SalesOrderLineltems into a table In a different RDBMS.

No SalesOrder message can be lost and the consistency of all SalesOrder-related information in both RDBMSs must be ensured at all times.

What design choice (including choice of transactions) and order of steps addresses these requirements?

Options:

A.

1) Read the JMS message (NOT in an XA transaction)

2) Perform BOTH DB inserts in ONE DB transaction

3) Acknowledge the JMS message

B.

1) Read the JMS message (NOT in an XA transaction)

2) Perform EACH DB insert in a SEPARATE DB transaction

3) Acknowledge the JMS message

C.

1) Read the JMS message in an XA transaction

2) In the SAME XA transaction, perform BOTH DB inserts but do NOT acknowledge the JMS message

D.

1) Read and acknowledge the JMS message (NOT in an XA transaction)

2) In a NEW XA transaction, perform BOTH DB inserts

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Exam Name: Salesforce Certified MuleSoft Integration Architect 1 (SP24) Exam
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