Identify the three common tasks required on the back end to support a mobile application.
A, C, D
Identify three correct behaviors of an amx:panelSplitter.
B, C, E
How does the REST data control wizard map REST web service resource URIs to HTTP method calls in
You have built a MAF application to manage service calls. The end users are company employees that
are deployed in the field and they must document the work they perform. To do this, they must take
high-resolution pictures of the equipment before and after repairs.
Which two strategies should you use to ensure that the application is optimized for performance
while keeping the memory usage at a reasonable level?
Select three common functionalities that are enabled when a MAF application is secured with Mobile
Application Management (MAM) solutionssuch as Oracle Mobile Security Suite.
A, B, D
Which four properties are exposed through expression language in Oracle MAF?
A, B, C, D
You have been asked to select the appropriate security policy to apply to a SOAP web service data
control. The web service is accessed over HTTPS. In addition, the web service calls must use the
same single sign-on infrastructure as the other web applications deployed on the network. That way,
users will not have to authenticate again if they navigate between remote URL features and AMX
features making web service calls.
Which policy would you choose?
You are developing the UI pages of your Oracle MAF application and you want the pages to be cross
platform-compatible and future-proof from changes to support the updated platforms.
Which is the best content type choice for developing your UI pages in MAF?
You have built a mobile application with features X and Y. You have implemented an application level
oracle.adfmf.application.LifeCycleListener named AppListener with methods start(), stop(),activate(),
oracle.adfmf.feature.LifeCycleListenerclasses for features X and Y named XListener and YListener with
methods activate() and deactivate().
A user has opened your application and the code is currently executing in feature X. The user then
performs the following steps:
1. Suspend the application (put it in the background).
2. Start the application.
3. Open feature Y.
Which option describes the methods and the specific order in which they are invoked when the user
performs these steps?
Which behavior results from this code inside an amx:listItem component?