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Q51. Eclipse-based source control clients work on physical files, and they work with the IBM Domino Designer projects elements on the physical files. Which statement describes these elements?
A. They only work with projects that are saved on disk.
B. They work with projects that are available on the network.
C. They work with projects that have source controls defined.
D. They only work with projects that are registered as source control compatible.
Q52. If a document is created with a form containing a Text field that has the "Allow multiple values" property set and multiple values are entered into the field, how are those values stored within the document?
A. They are stored as a text list.
B. They are stored as a CD records.
C. They are stored as delimited items.
D. They are stored as a delimited string.
Q53. Charles is designing a database agent with IBM LotusScript that will display the name(s) of the folder(s) that a specific document is in, if it is in one or more folders. He is using the FolderReferencesEnabled property of the NotesDatabase Class. Which statement is true regarding the FolderReferencesEnabled property?
A. The database must have the $FolderInfo hidden view to support folder references.
B. The database must have $FolderRefInfo defined in the database profile to support folder references.
C. The database must have the $FolderInfo and $FolderRefInfo hidden views to support folder references.
D. The database must have $FolderInfo and $FolderRefInfo forms defined in the database profile to support folder references.
Q54. Which three options are available to use for the content of a column? (Choose three.)
D. Java Script
E. IBM LotusScript
F. Simple functions
Q55. James has been asked to write an agent using IBM Domino Component Object Model (COM). Which statement describes COM?
A. COM does not support the New modifier for classes used on the server.
B. COM allows for connections to the backend classes to access or modify data.
C. COM allows support for the concept of web related access such as document context.
D. COM allows for access to the database by using the current environment (for example: current database, current agent, or document context).
Q56. Brian wants to manage his Java resources, but he is unable to find the tool to do this. What could be the issue?
A. Brian does not have access to this tool.
B. Brian is in the wrong Workbench window.
C. Brian does not have access to the Java resources.
D. Brian is not using the Java perspective in the Workbench.
Q57. Lauren is creating a new form in a database and wants to add an action to that form for her users. How does Lauren add the action to her form?
A. Lauren is not able to add an action to a form as actions are available for views only.
B. Lauren would right-click in the QueryOpen event of the form and choose Insert Action.
C. Lauren would right-click while in the Action section under Code in the Application Eclipse view and choose New Action.
D. While Lauren has that form open in the IBM Domino Designer client, choose the menu option Create > Action > Action.
Q58. Charles has decided that he will add highlighting to a navigator object and has chosen the option "Highlight when clicked". What will be the result of choosing this option?
A. The object remains highlighted while the user clicks the object.
B. The object remains highlighted until the user clicks another object.
C. The object remains highlighted until the user double-clicks the object.
D. The object remains highlighted while hovering over the object until the user clicks on the object.
Q59. The process by which a control on an XPage is configured so it can write/read data to/from an IBM Notes database is described by which process?
A. Data binding
B. Source control
C. Source binding
D. resource management
Q60. Ian is creating a database with document encryption. Where are document encryption keys stored?
A. on each document
B. within the keys.properties file
C. within the database header note
D. within each user ID file that has access