|Question||Possible answers||Anwer and explanations|
|What restrictions are placed on content file formats stored in the Documentum repository?||A. must be Microsoft Office formats|
B. must be Microsoft Office formats or PDF
C. no restrictions - any format is supported
D. must install special software for some formats
Documentum does not make restrictions to the file formats
|Your department decides to make a major change to a survey document that you stored in the repository. Which actions should you use to replace the existing survey document with a new file?||A. check out and import|
B. check out and save as
C. check out and check in
D. check out and check in from file
Check out and import and check out and save as are not possible combinations. As the file on the server will be replaced by a new file residing outside the repository the checkin from file is the only option to make sense.
|A folder structure has a top level folder, sub-folder and files. What content is included when using the Import function under Webtop's File menu to import the top level folder?||A. only the files|
B. only the files and metadata
C. the top level folder, files and metadata
D. the top level folder, sub-folder and files
Importing the top level folder means importing all of its content.
|Which statement is true for checking in multiple documents to a repository with Webtop?||A. Multiple documents with the same object name cannot be checked in to a repository.|
B. Multiple documents with the same object name cannot be checked in to a repository if they are in the same folder.
C. Multiple documents with the same object name cannot be checked in to a repository if they have the same content format.
D. Multiple documents with the same object name can be checked in to a repository.
Unique identifier is the r_object_id. The object_name does not have to be unique
|Using a browser which components are needed to access content on a repository?||A. Index Server, Content Server|
B. Application Server, Index Server
C. Application Server, Content Server
D. Transformation Server, Content Server
|What action does the Content Server perform when a document is checked out?||A. It places a lock on the document.|
B. It adds a new rendition to the document.
C. It adds a minor version to the document.
D. It changes the location of the document within the repository
Decisions about new versions are taken by the user during checkin. So C is rubbish. Decisions about about locations are not taken by Content Server either. During checkout the document stays in the location it was checked out from. Content Server only places a lock on the document to indicate the checkout.
|A user with no system administrator privilege created a Saved Search in Webtop. Which statement is true about other users of the repository running this Saved Search?||A. By default, all users are allowed to run the Saved Search.|
B. Only the user who creates the Saved Search can run the Saved Search.
C. For other users to run the Saved Search, permission on the Saved Search (dm_smart_list) object must be modified.
D. For other users to run the Saved Search, the Saved Search (dm_smart_list) object must be moved to the sysadmin/saved search folder.
If public is selected when saving a search, it becomes available to all repository users no matter who saves it. The default value for a saved search is private. A private search is only visible to the user who has saved it.
|How are CenterStage search rankings presented to the user in the Score column?||A. Up to three bullets|
B. As a number from one to three
C. Up to five bars
D. As a percentage from one to hundred
Search results are presented as follows: CenterStage: up to three bullets, Webtop: percentage, TaskSpace: no ranking. Five bars illustrate e. g. the connectivity to a network.
|Full Text Search is not enabled in the repository. A user executes a Simple Search in Webtop for 'Journal Entry.' The search will return all the documents containing _____.||A. only the word 'Journal Entry' in the object_name, title AND subject attribute|
B. only the word 'Journal Entry' in the object_name, title OR subject attribute
C. only the word 'Journal' and the word 'Entry' in the object_name, title OR subject attribute
D. only the word 'Journal' and the word 'Entry' in the object_name, title AND subject attribute
The search words are matched against the values of object_name, title and subject, but this does not mean that only documents with the search words in object_name, title AND subject are returned. All documents with the search words in one of the attributes are returned. C describes advanced search.