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Question 32

A corporation has deployed Mule applications to different customer-hosted Mule runtimes. Mule applications deployed to these Mule runtimes are managed by Anypoint Platform.

What needs to be installed or configured (if anything) to monitor these Mule applications from Anypoint Monitoring, and how is monitoring data from each Mule application sent to Anypoint Monitoring?

Options:

A.

Enable monitoring of individual Mule applications from the Runtime Manager

application settings.

Runtime Manager sends monitoring data to Anypoint Monitoring for each deployed Mule application.

B.

Install a Runtime Manager agent on each Mule runtime.

Each Runtime Manager agent sends monitoring data from the Mule applications

running in its Mule runtime to Runtime Manager, then Runtime Manager sends

monitoring data to Anypoint Monitoring.

C.

Leave the out-of-the-box Anypoint Monitoring agent unchanged in its default Mule

runtime installation.

Each Anypoint Monitoring agent sends monitoring data from the Mule applications

running in its Mule runtime to Runtime Manager, then Runtime Manager sends

monitoring data to Anypoint Monitoring.

D.

Install an Anypoint Monitoring agent on each Mule runtime.

Each Anypoint Monitoring agent sends monitoring data from the Mule applications

running in its Mule runtime to Anypoint Monitoring.

Question 33

An organization is designing a Mule application to periodically poll an SFTP location for new files containing sales order records and then process those sales orders. Each sales order must be processed exactly once.

To support this requirement, the Mule application must identify and filter duplicate sales orders on the basis of a unique ID contained in each sales order record and then only send the new sales orders to the downstream system.

What is the most idiomatic (used for its intended purpose) Anypoint connector, validator, or scope that can be configured in the Mule application to filter duplicate sales orders on the basis of the unique ID field contained in each sales order record?

Options:

A.

Configure a Cache scope to filter and store each record from the received file by the order ID

B.

Configure a Database connector to filter and store each record by the order ID

C.

Configure an Idempotent Message Validator component to filter each record by the order ID

D.

Configure a watermark In an On New or Updated File event source to filter unique records by the order ID

Question 34

Refer to the exhibit.

A Mule application is deployed to a multi-node Mule runtime cluster. The Mule application uses the competing consumer pattern among its cluster replicas to receive JMS messages from a JMS queue. To process each received JMS message, the following steps are performed in a flow:

Step l: The JMS Correlation ID header is read from the received JMS message.

Step 2: The Mule application invokes an idempotent SOAP webservice over HTTPS, passing the JMS Correlation ID as one parameter in the SOAP request.

Step 3: The response from the SOAP webservice also returns the same JMS Correlation ID.

Step 4: The JMS Correlation ID received from the SOAP webservice is validated to be identical to the JMS Correlation ID received in Step 1.

Step 5: The Mule application creates a response JMS message, setting the JMS Correlation ID message header to the validated JMS Correlation ID and publishes that message to a response JMS queue.

Where should the Mule application store the JMS Correlation ID values received in Step 1 and Step 3 so that the validation in Step 4 can be performed, while also making the overall Mule application highly available, fault-tolerant, performant, and maintainable?

Options:

A.

Both Correlation ID values should be stored in a persistent object store

B.

Both Correlation ID values should be stored In a non-persistent object store

C.

The Correlation ID value in Step 1 should be stored in a persistent object store

The Correlation ID value in step 3 should be stored as a Mule event variable/attribute

D.

Both Correlation ID values should be stored as Mule event variable/attribute

Question 35

An organization is creating a set of new services that are critical for their business. The project team prefers using REST for all services but is willing to use SOAP with common WS-" standards if a particular service requires it.

What requirement would drive the team to use SOAP/WS-* for a particular service?

Options:

A.

Must use XML payloads for the service and ensure that it adheres to a specific schema

B.

Must publish and share the service specification (including data formats) with the consumers of the service

C.

Must support message acknowledgement and retry as part of the protocol

D.

Must secure the service, requiring all consumers to submit a valid SAML token

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