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Question ID 10043

You are helping an organization’s executive team to design an automated approval process to standardize certain documents. You have the following requirements: The documents must be reviewed and approved by multiple teams in the approval chain. Each reviewer must provide feedback as part of completing a review. Each reviewer must either approve or reject the documents. After review, the document status must be changed; an e-mail must be generated to the document author and the next reviewer in the approval chain; and a task should be created for the next reviewer in the approval chain. You must design a custom workflow solution for the document approval process on a SharePoint 2010 site. What should the solution include?

Option A

An initiation form to collect the reviewer’s feedback and a Simple activity to approve and reject the document.

Option B

An association form to collect the reviewer’s feedback and a Composite activity to support conditional activitiessuch as approval and rejection

Option C

A task form to collect the reviewer’s feedback and a Composite activity to support conditional activities such as approval and rejection

Option D

A task form to collect the reviewer’s feedback and a Simple activity to approve and reject the document.

Correct Answer C
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Update Date and Time 2017-08-22 10:45:04

Question ID 10045

You are designing a SharePoint 2010 feature. The feature includes a feature receiver that executes code on activation and deactivation. The feature receiver code interacts with a Web Service, which could cause errors beyond your control. You need to ensure that the feature does not activate or deactivate if the Web Service causes an error. Which approach should you recommend?

Option A

Wrap your code in a try-catch block. Log the error and issue another request to the Web Service in the catch block.

Option B

Wrap your code in a try-catch block. Log the error and throw an exception in the catch block

Option C

Wrap your code in a try-catch block. Only catch exceptions of type SPException.

Option D

Wrap your code in a try-finally block. Log any issues your code encounters in the finally block

Correct Answer B
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Update Date and Time 2017-08-22 10:46:02