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Test C2170-050: IBM i2 COPLINK Detect V4.x


The test contains six sections totalling 55 multiple-choice questions. The percentages after each section title reflect the approximate distribution of the total question set across the sections. 

Section 1 - General IBM i2 COPLINK Application Knowledge (13%)


  1. launch and log in to the application

  2. determine how connections are made (i.e. What is Adaptive Analytical Architecture (A3)?)

  3. determine the type of information that can be found on COPLINK Detect

  4. normalization and consolidation of data in COPLINK


Section 2 - Application Navigation (16%)


  1. understand the components and location of the menu bar options

  2. identify the major search components tabs (i.e. person, vehicle, organization, location, media, firearms, property, securities, phones, events, documents)

  3. identify the concept of sub-tabs (filters) relating to each of the major tabs

  4. navigate the application using action buttons (i.e. find, create mug book, add and clear)

  5. navigate to association queries, including basic search, refined search, and Find Path

  6. understand how to use nodes selection boxes


Section 3 - Administrative Functions (20%)


  1. understand how to set up queries in an individual session (i.e. Matching (wild card or exact match), Soundex, Metaphone, Diminutive)

  2. differentiate between match unknowns and no unknowns

  3. differentiate between show all associations and show limited associations

  4. use hot keys to navigate the user interface

  5. understand how to set up preferences

  6. understand the user inactivity timeout function

  7. use the Document Count feature

  8. use the "search all" description

  9. understand and use history functions

  10. export types (e.g. print, export to a file, mug books, photo lineups, et cetera)


Section 4 - Data Search (Find) (20%)


  1. differentiate between types of phone searches

  2. identify different types of permissible wild cards in the query windows

  3. understand query constraints, including text fields and pull-down menu

  4. understand the function of the numeric range boxes

  5. understand select and deselect query features (i.e. checkboxes)

  6. locate and use the multi-select feature

  7. use and differentiate between filter capabilities

  8. understand the "less is more" search concept


Section 5 - Association Search (16%)


  1. conduct Basic Association Search

  2. conduct Refined Association Search

  3. conduct Find Path Search


Section 6 - Result Analysis (15%)


  1. understand and analyze query results

  2. understand and identify the summary table result icons

  3. sort search results

  4. interpret and narrow search results

  5. use mug books and photo lineups to identify potential investigative leads

  6. understand the maximum query result function



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