Question No 1:
When using Control Room, which of the following statements are correct? (Choose three.)
A. A process can be run on multiple resources at the same time
B. A resource can run multiple processes at the same time
C. Only one instance of each process can run at any one time
D. A resource PC can only run one process at time
E. A process must be published before it can be run in Control Room
Answer: C D E
Question No 2:
Which of the following comments about Wait Stages are correct?
- After a Navigate stage which moves an application from one screen to another, it is good practice to
configure a Wait Stage to detect the screen change has successfully completed.
- It is good practice to hold the timeout values to be used in Wait Stages as a set of global data items on a Business Object’ initialise page
- It is good practice to ensure that a Wait Stage times out to another stage – normally an Exception Stage
- There is no need to configure a Wait Stage, at the start of a Business Object action, to validate the application is on the correct, screen if the previous action called by the Process has validated a successful screen change.
A. 1 only
B. 1 and 2
C. 1, 2 and 3
D. All of the above
Question No 3:
Which of the following attributes should be checked in order to improve the performance of interaction with a Java element?
A. Java Text
B. Ancestor Count
D. Allowed Actions
Question No 4:
Which of the following statements about Tagging of Work Queues are correct? (Choose three.)
A. Tags can only be added to a Work Queue case at the time the case is added to the queue
B. Tags can be used to categorise the ‘Completion Type’ of a case.
C. Tags can be used to filter the items retrieved from a work queue
D. Tags can be used to categorise the source of a work queue item
Answer: B C D
Question No 5:
When using Surface Automation which of the following is a valid Action within a Read Stage to read a numeric value from a field which has been identified as a Region?
A. Read Text
B. Recognise Text with OCR
C. Get Current Value
D. Get Window Attribute