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Saturday, 2 March 2013

SAP Basis/Netweaver Certification Question Set 9

Please note most of these questions are gathered by me from students who have already taken certification exam and from google. 

 Hope you will find these useful !! All the best!

Software Logistics

Mark each statement as true or false.  If the statement is false, correct it or explain why.

1.    Each R/3 client is stored in separate tables from other clients.  

2.    Two different R/3 systems must utilize two different databases, but can reside on the same host.

3.    The term “customizing” generally refers to the configuration of entries in a series of tables that affect how the R/3 applications (such as FI, SD, MM) function.

4.    Customizing activities are generally performed through the Implementation Guide, or “IMG”.

5.    The IMG is considered part of the ABAP Development Workbench.

6.    The change management roles of Project Team Leader or Project Team Member are enforceable through standard authorizations in R/3.

7.    Change Requests do not actually store changes, they only record pointers to changed objects.

8.    SAP-owned objects are never considered originals in a customer’s R/3 system.

9.    Data is exported from the database whenever a Task is released to a Change Request.

10. All users making customizing changes through the IMG must register through OSS.

11. If registration of an object is required, it is also required in the Quality Assurance and Production systems before the object is imported using tp.

12. Once a new client number has been defined in table T000, it is possible to log into that client using SAP*/PASS without performing any kind of client copy action.

13. A client transport involves the creation of one or more Change Request-type lists.

14. A client transport must always involve the transport of client-independent customizing.

15. The client copy is a “pull” process; that is, you copy data from another client into the client that the copy is initiated from.

16. It is possible to copy application data without customizing data when performing a client copy.

17. The term “application data” refers to both master file data and transaction data.

18. Client independent customizing tables have a Delivery Class ‘C’.

19. The DOMAIN.pfl file is automatically created by the TMS system when a new Transport domain is created.

20. The RFC connection TMSADM allows for the update of information from one system to another in a TMS domain.

Select all that apply:

1.    Customizing changes are automatically recorded in a change request ________.
a.  always.
b.  only if the customizing change has an associated development class .
c.  only if the user has the Project Team Leader authorization.
d.  only if indicated by the client change option settings in table T000.
2.    Registration of an object through SSCR is required __________.
a.  each time a given Repository object is modified.
b.  each time a given customer-owned object is created.
c.  only the first time a given SAP-owned object is modified.
d.  only the first time a given SAP-owned object is transported.
3.    If the client change option is Automatic recording of changes and a Project Team Member without the authorization to create change requests wants to save a customizing change but does not have an open (modifiable) Task in a Customizing Change Request, what happens?
a.  A Change Request is automatically created.
b.  A Task is created in another team member’s Change Request.
c.  The user must exit the customizing transaction without saving the change.
d.  The above scenario could never occur.
4.    In SAP’s recommended project roles, the role of Project Team Leader _________.
a.  does not need to be assigned to someone who is actually a project manager.
b.  is the role that most, if not all, users should receive.
c.  has the ability to create and release Change Requests.
d.  has the ability to create, but not release, Change Requests.
5.    Under what conditions may the number range values be reset to initial values in the target client during a client copy?  (Select only one.)
a.  The number range values are always reset.
b.  Only if the client copy involves customizing data without application data.
c.  Only if the client copy involves customizing and application data.
d.  The number range values may never reset.
6.    The Import process of moving Change Requests into another system, whether from STMS or from the OS
a.  requires  proper authorization for the action on the target system.
b.  defines and executes a background job in R/3 specifically to perform the desired actions.
c.  requires that the TRBAT and TRJOB tables be empty on the target system.
d.  executes R3TRANS .
7.    Import logs can be viewed within R/3 from:
a.  the Development system only.
b.  the Development and QA systems only.
c.  any system in the Transport Domain .
d.  Import logs cannot be viewed from within R/3; you must go to the operating system.
8.    What is the purpose of the Data Dictionary adjustment tool used during an upgrade?
a.  allow customer-added fields to be re-added to the new table definition.
b.  prevent loss of data.
c.  convert customer business application data before the upgrade to allow for adjustments needed for legal requirements.
d. there are no tools to adjust the Data Dictionary during an upgrade.

9.    Although you will typically perform a full backup after completion of an upgrade, which upgrade strategies require an offline backup?
a.  A_on
b.  A_off
c.  A_switch
10. There is a debate about whether a given table contains customizing data or application data.  How can you obtain the answer?  (Select only one.)
a.  Find out which development class the table belongs to.
b.  Examine the table’s delivery class in SE11.
c.    All customizing tables are cluster tables.
d.  It is not possible to tell conclusively.

11. When should the SAPGUI version be upgraded?  (Select only one.)
a.  After completion of the R/3 system upgrade.
b.  Before start of the R/3 system upgrade.
c.  The R/3 system upgrade automatically upgrades the SAPGUI for you.
d.  Only after all systems in the TMS domain have been upgraded.
12. What objects will be identified for adjustment in the upgrade adjustment tools?
a.  All customer-owned objects.
b.  All SAP-owned objects.
c.  Only customer objects that have been modified since the last upgrade.
d.  Only SAP-owned objects that have been modified since the last upgrade.

13. With respect to client/server technology, the R/3 System requires
a.      multiple clients and servers.
b.      a database server only.
c.      three separate servers providing database, application and presentation services.
d.      a database layer, an application layer, and a presentation layer.

14. The R/3 database houses which of the following:
a.                  the R/3 Repository
b.                  transaction data
c.                  customizing data
d.                  all of the above

15. Which statement best describes an R/3 client?
a.  The R/3 client is an organizational independent unit in an R/3 System that has its own set of customer data and programs not accessible to other clients with the same R/3 System.
b.  An R/3 client has its own set of application, customizing and user data. It shares all Repository objects and client-independent customizing with all other clients in the same R/3 System.
c.  R/3 clients provide a method by which you can separate application data from customizing data.
d.  An R/3 client contains system specific data and therefore can never be transported to another system.

16. Which of the following statements concerning SAP’s client
concept are correct?
a.              All customizing settings are client-independent.
b.              A client has a unique set of user data.
c.              A client has its own Repository objects.
d.              All Customizing changes must be transported in transportable change requests.

17. Change requests in an import queue are
a.              sequenced according to their change request number.
b.              sequenced in the order in which they were exported from the development system.
c.              ordered according the user who released the requests.
d.              not sequenced by default but can be ordered by user or objects  based on TMS settings.

18. After change requests are successfully imported into the quality assurance system,
a.              the change request must be released and exported to the production system.
b.              the data files containing the extracted changes are deleted from the common transport directory.
c.              the change requests need to be manually added to the import queue of the production system.
d.              the change requests are automatically added to the import queue of the production system.

19. In TMS there are 2 types of transport routes:
a.  CUST and SYST.
b.  Workbench and Customizing.
c.  Consolidation and Delivery.
d.  Local and Transportable.

20. Which of the following are found in the usr/sap/trans/bin directory?
b.  ALOG.
c.  cofiles.
d.  SLOG.

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

SAP Basis/Netweaver Certification Question Set 8

Please note most of these questions are gathered by me from students who have already taken certification exam and from google. 

 Hope you will find these useful !! All the best!

1.            The program SAPSTART reads the:
a.             User Profile.
b.             Instance Profile
c.              Start Profile
d.             Default Profile.
e.             All of the above

2.            Which of the following is a true statement?
a.               saposcol is started directly from the startsap script.
b.               Sapstart creates the dispatcher, collector, and the sender.
c.                The UNIX init process has the process ID 1.
d.               The dispatcher creates child processes including the gateway reader.
e.               All of the above.

3.            Which of the following write to the startdb.log? 
a.              The Oracle start utility. 
b.              sapdba.
c.              The Oracle alert script called by startsap.
d.              The script startdb called by startsap.
e.              All of the above.

4.         The standard error files of SAPSTART are written to :
a.              dev_disp.
b.              dev_ms.
c.              dev_w0.
d.              sapstart.log.
e.              None of the above.

5.       Which of the following is read first by the dispatcher during startup of an R/3 instance?
a.              The default profile.
b.              The instance profile.
c.              The start profile.
d.              The kernel instance parameters.
e.              The start parameters stored on database tables.

6.            Which of the following statements are true?:
a.            There must be 2 dialog workprocesses defined on each R/3 instance.            
b.            The background scheduler uses a dialog workprocess.
c.            A minimum of 2 background workprocesses are required for the transport system.
d.            The combination of Job# and Job name make a job unique in the sytem.          
e.            All of the above.

7.    The background scheduler:

a.              checks the job-scheduling table.

b.              checks jobs scheduled on the event-based job table.
c.              is only active on R/3 instances that have background workprocesses. 

d.              when activated, passes control to the dispatcher which assigns a BTC wp.

e.              All of the above.

8.    Which of the following are true statements?
a.              If a target server is designated on a background job, there will be no automatic workload balancing for that job.
b.              Jobs that have been selected for execution but cannot run because a BTC workprocess is not available, may be selected for execution by another server when that server’s background scheduler starts.
c.              For event-based jobs, the message server checks its table of servers to determine where the available BTC work processes are and then selects an appropiate server to service the request.
d.              If immediate or event-based jobs are cannot be executed due to lack of resources, they are placed in the job scheduling table and processed as date/time scheduled jobs.
e.              None of the above.

9.         Operation modes:
a.              are used to reserve background workprocesses for class C jobs.
b.              cannot be activated manually.
c.              are used to change the distribution of dialog and background work processes without having to start and stop the R/3 instance.  
d.              stop jobs that are running when the switch occurs.
e.              All of the above.

10.         To trigger an event on an external system, the following operating system executable is needed:
a.              sapxpg
b.              sapxpg and sapevt
c.              sapevt  
d.              sapxpg and RFC
e.              SAPCPIC

11.         To prevent automatic unlocking of user records at midnight, set the following instance profile parameter to 0:
a.              login/fails_to_user_lockout.
b.              login/failed_user_auto_unlock.
c.              login/failed_user_lock_reset . 
d.              login/automatic_reset.
e.              None of the above.

12.         S_tcode:
a.              is an Object class.
b.              is an SAP authorization.
c.              is an SAP profile.
d.              is an SAP authorzation object.
e.              is checked at transaction start.

13.         The R/3 spool system stores the following information for spool requests in the R/3 database:  
a.              Origin of the request.
b.              The Logical printer.
c.              The IP address of the network printer that printed the request.
d.              Author of the print request.
e.              Date the request was created. 

14.         TemSe:
a.              can only be stored in the RDBMS.
b.              stores spool request data.
c.              stores the print ready output stream before it is sent to the OS spooler.
d.              is automatically reorganized by an event-based background job.
e.              None of the above.

15.         Which of the following directories holds the local system log?  
a.              /usr/sap/<SID>/<instance name>/work
b.              /usr/sap/<SID>/<instance name>/data
c.              /usr/sap/<SID>/<instance name>/log/SLOG<instance number>
d.              /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/log/SLOG<instance number>
e.              None of the above.

16.         Which of the following is a true statement ?  
a.              the saposcol writes data in the local instance STAT file.
b.              the sapocol must be running in order to start an R/3 instance.
c.              the saposcol is an ABAP program that must be run hourly.
d.              the saposcol and collector_for_perforrmance_monitor read entries in table TCOLL to determine what collector programs must be run each day.
e.              All of the above.

17.         Which of the following are true statements?  
a.              A logon group is a group of R/3 instances.
b.              Logon groups enable the distribution of workload on R/3 instances more efficiently.
c.              If properly configured, logon groups contribute to better overall system performance.
d.              A user will automatically be routed to the instance with the best performance if the user logs on to a logon group.
e.              All of the above.

18.         Which of the following transaction codes can be used to update instance profile parameters?:
a.              TU02
b.              RZ11
c.              SA38
d.              RZ10.
e.              All of the above.

19.         Which of the following programs delete old spool requests?:
a.              RSPO1043
b.              RSUSR003
c.              RSPARAM.
d.              RSPO1041
e.              RSCOLL00