Test 000-270: IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V7.5, Integration Development
The test consists of seven sections containing a total of 56 multiple-choice questions. The percentages after each section title reflect the approximate distribution of the total question set across the sections.
Section 1 - Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model and solution design (16%)
- Demonstrate understanding of Service Component Architecture (SCA) concepts.
- Effectively organize a solution into modules, mediation modules, and libraries taking into consideration component reuse, versioning, and application maintainability.
- Determine the appropriate use of long-running processes, microflows (short-running processes), mediations, and business state machines.
- Design and use business objects (including the business object framework API).
- Design and use interfaces.
- Effectively use quality of service (QoS) qualifiers.
- Understand and apply performance considerations for business integration solutions, including business processes.
Section 2 - Business solution development (21%)
- Design and implement Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) processes using the business process editor.
- Design and implement business state machines using the business state machine editor.
- Use correlation sets in business process development.
- Demonstrate understanding of transaction behavior (including parallel activities, scopes, and generalized flows).
- Configure dynamic invocation using selectors.
- Design and use business rules in solution development.
- Implement custom logic using the visual snippet editor and Java code.
- Implement error handling and compensation within a business process.
- Understand events for Common Event Infrastructure (CEI) and audit logging.
Section 3 - Human tasks (20%)
- Understand the human task life cycle and use event handlers.
- Understand the appropriate use of inline and stand-alone tasks.
- Distinguish the different types of tasks (including invocation, to-do, administration, and collaboration tasks).
- Apply people assignment criteria (including the use of work baskets).
- Use follow-on tasks and subtasks.
- Implement escalation and notification
- Define and develop Query tables for searching and filtering human tasks.
- Implement appropriate user interfaces for human tasks (including Human Task Manager API custom clients, HTML-Dojo for Business Space, and generated JavaServer Faces clients).
Section 4 - Mediation (14%)
- Describe the Service Message Object (SMO).
- Develop mediation flows using the mediation flow editor.
- Use mediation primitives in mediation flows.
- Transform data using XML maps.
- Design and implement subflows.
- Perform common processing on messages through a service gateway.
- Implement fault handling in mediation modules.
Section 5 - Connectivity and integration (11%)
- Connect to the Process Center repository, discover Business Process Definition (BPD) processes, and invoke them through SCA components.
- Use and configure technology adapters, including the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), FTP, email, and flat file adapters.
- Configure import and export bindings (for example, JMS, MQ, Web Services, HTTP, and SCA).
- Understand different SCA invocation styles (synchronous and asynchronous).
Section 6 - Testing and troubleshooting (13%)
- Use test projects, suites, and cases to test business integration solutions.
- Configure and use the integration test client tool to test components.
- Use Business Process Choreographer (BPC) Explorer for testing and troubleshooting business processes and human tasks.
- Use the integrated test environment and understand the implications of running in development mode.
- Use appropriate server logs and traces for problem determination.
- Use cross component trace (XCT) for troubleshooting.
- Use the integration debugger to debug business integration components.
Section 7 - Packaging and deployment (5%)
- Use Process Center to manage assets and deploy process applications.
- Understand different deployment options for Service Component Architecture (SCA) applications.
- Understand artifacts generated in process applications and modules.
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