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Question No. 1) What are three typical benefits of modeling business rules isomorphically (in a way that matches the source material) in Oracle Policy Automation?
A) ability to automatically create rules from source documents
B) decision reports that match the structure of source material
C) easier verification that the business rules match the source documents
D) no need to create custom interview screen
E) direct access to object models in code
F) reduced development and maintenance effort
Question No. 2) You have a number attribute “the child’s age in years”. In an interview, you want to ensure that the user is only able to enter ages between 0 and 15. What are the three methods to achieve this?
A) Specify the maximum and minimum values within the Edit Attribute dialog box.
B) Write a warning event rule.
C) Use a regular expression within the Edit Attribute dialog box.
D) Write an error event rule.
E) Create a number value list with the allowed ages, then associate the list with the child’s age attribute.
Question No. 3) Which three statements about Error rules are true?
A) Error rules can only be written in English.
B) An Error rule can include substitution (for example, the person’s name) in the error text.
C) The conditions on an Error rule could include attributes from more than one entity.
D) An Error rule could be used to ensure a document has been uploaded.
E) An Error rule could prevent the person from answering that they are both male and pregnant.
Question No. 4) You configured an interview to resume from a saved checkpoint, and are getting a SessionResumeError. What are the three reasons for this?
A) The format for the resume session URL is invalid.
B) Screens have been deleted, so the interview cannot be resumed.
C) The policy data model has changed such that the data cannot be loaded.
D) The GetCheckpoint web service is unavailable.
E) The interview is completed so it cannot be resumed.
Question No. 5) Which three statements about checkpoints are correct?
A) Checkpoints can be configured for web interviews, but not Policy Automation Mobile interviews.
B) Interviews can have checkpoints after every screen.
C) Interviews must have at least one checkpoint.
D) Checkpoints can be configured for Service Cloud connections, but not for other web service connections.
E) A data connection is required to configure checkpoints for an interview.
F) Interviews can have checkpoints after hosen screens.
Question No. 6) You created a policy model and now want to deploy the current project to the Hub. You also want to restrict the interview so that it cannot be utilized anonymously by end users. Which two steps are required to accomplish these two goals?
A) Through Policy Modeling, click Deploy Snapshot and enter your credentials to deploy your project.
B) Through Policy Modeling, click Mapping Settings and configure which group should be able to access the interview.
C) Through the Hub, click Deploy New Project and navigate to your project to deploy your project.
D) Through the Hub, click Access Settings and configure which group should be able to access the interview.
Question No. 7) Which example of a single Boolean attribute text uses a conjunction (and) correctly?
A) the person is hot and the person is in the sun
B) the person’s favorite color combination is blue and yellow
C) the person drank the coffee and the person ate the cake
D) the person satisfied either eligibility criteria
E) the person satisfied both eligibility criteria
Question No. 8) Consider the following excerpt from source material for a building permit: “The City believes that the beauty of its lands is important. Any owner of an existing building that exceeds threes stories within city limits must pay an additional yearly fee. The fee is $100 for every story in excess of 3.” A rule concludes: An owner must an additional fee fee if pay yearly ________. Which three options complete the conditions for this rule based on the requirements?
A) the building is an existing building
B) the building is located within city limits
C) the city believes the beauty of its lands is important
D) the number of building stories > 3
E) the fee = (the number of building stories – 3)*100
Question No. 9) You are working on a project where you need to develop a rule to calculate the currency attribute “the person’s total monthly school cost”. This attribute is calculated as follows: (1) Add “the annual cost of the tuition” and “the annual cost of lodging”. (2) Subtract “the total annual scholarship amount” from the attributes previously summed. (3) Divide the result by 12. How should you achieve this?
A) the person’s total monthly school cost = Sum((the annual cost of the tuition + the annual cost of lodging), Subtract(the total annual scholarship amount) /12
B) the person’s total monthly school cost = Sum(( the annual cost of the tuition, the annual cost of lodging) – the total annual scholarship amount)) /12
C) the person’s total monthly school cost = Sum(( the annual cost of the tuition, the annual cost of lodging) – the total annual scholarship amount))Div12
D) the person’s total monthly school cost = Sum(( the annual cost of the tuition + the annual cost of lodging), Subtract(the total annual scholarship amount)) /12
E) the person’s total monthly school cost = (( the annual cost of the tuition + the annual cost of lodging) – the total annual scholarship amount) /12
Question No. 10) When creating your rules, you have used the attribute “the gun fired accidentally”. When adding this input to a screen, you notice that the question form of this attribute is "Is the gun fired accidentally true?”. In which way should you resolve this issue to ensure that the word “true” is not included in any text shown to the interview user (including explanations)?
A) Add the verb “to fire” and change the attribute sentence forms in the Edit Attribute dialog box.
B) Remove the word ‘accidentally” from the attribute text.
C) Create a custom attribute text in the Edit Attribute dialog box.
D) Add the verb “to fire”.
E) Change the question text on the screen.
Question No. 11) After deploying a new version of a policy model to production on the Policy Automation Hub, you have been advised there is a problem and you need to roll back to a previous version. Using the minimum number of steps, what instructions would you give your Hub Administrator to achieve this?
A) Go the Repository page in the hub, click the policy model and delete the current version.
B) Go the Deployments page in the hub, click the policy model and delete the current version.
C) Go the Repository page in the hub, click the policy model, click Activate on the previous version.
D) Go the Deployments page in the hub, click the policy model, click Activate on the previous version.
E) Download the previous version from the Hub, open it in Policy Modeling and then upload and deploy it directly from Policy Modeling.
F) Go the Deployments page in the hub, click the policy model and select Deactivate from the Actions menu.
Question No. 12) You are about to begin a Policy Automation project. Which two aspects of this project are reasons to use Collaboration?
A) The project will require sharing rules across multiple policy models.
B) Communications with the client and policy experts will be frequent.
C) The project will involve highly complex source policy that is sometimes subject to interpretation.
D) More than one policy modeler will be working simultaneously on the project.
E) The policy model will handle large amounts of data after it is deployed into production.
Question No. 13) Which three statements indicate a need for entities in the policy model?
A) Calculate the total subsidy amount, based on the applicant’s age.
B) Collect the family’s income details, but only for family members over 18 years of age.
C) Determine if the child is allowed on the roller coaster, based on the child’s height.
D) Calculate the total compensation across all injuries, based on the impairment level of each injury.
E) Calculate the total price reduction across all assets, based on the discount percentage for each asset type.
Question No. 14) Which two statements comply with the principles for writing Boolean attributes in Policy Modeling?
A) the product manufacture date
B) the employee is eligible for retirement
C) the customer order does not qualify for free shipping
D) nobody attended the team meeting
E) the applicant has provided proof of their identity and signed the declaration
Question No. 15) The federal poverty level for a family is the minimum amount of gross income that a family needs for certain basic necessities, such as transportation, food and shelter. This level is determined according to the number of members in the household. A household of one member has a federal poverty level of $11,700.00, while a household with two members has a federal poverty level of $15,930 and a household of three members has a federal poverty level of $20,090. Your policy model needs to determine the federal poverty level for the family. Which option is the input attribute based on the above source material?
A) the federal poverty level
B) the income that the family needs for certain basic necessities
C) the minimum amount of gross income of the family in U.S. Dollars
D) the minimum amount of gross income
E) the number of members in the household
Question No. 16) You have a source material for your policy model that reads as follows: “Only families who meet the minimum work and education requirement are eligible for the competitiveness credit. A family meets the work and education requirement if all of its members are either gainfully employed or enrolled in a full-time study program. Families in which a member does not meet the requirement but is actively searching for a job can apply for a waiver”. Which statement describes the entity structure that your policy model should have?
A) The rules will infer the necessary entities by using automatic data types.
B) Create an entity for “the family member” an entity for “the family”, and an entity for “the minimum work and education requirement”.
C) Create an entity for “the family member” and use the global entity.
D) Create an entity for “the family member” and an entity for “the family”.
Question No. 17) You have created a policy model which adjust employee shift start and end times, to align with an existing payroll system. If an employee clocked in at 09:22, what will the value of the adjusted employee’s clock in time be?
Question No. 18) You have removed an entity instance in the Debugger using the Delete instance option shown. You also want to delete the single entity instance belonging to the relationship “the brands” using the same method. Why can’t you do this?
A) At least one entity instance of the relationship “the brands” must be retained.
B) The entity instance is inferred, and can only be deleted using the Decision tab in the Debugger.
C) The entity instance is inferred, and can only be deleted by modifying the rules or attribute values which caused it to be created.
D) The entity instance can only be removed using the Interview tab in the Debugger.
Question No. 19) Assuming that no relationship text has been manually defined or changed, what type of relationship is “all instances of the store”?
A) a containment relationship with the employee as the target entity
B) a containment relationship with Global as the target entity
C) a reference relationship with the store as the target entity
D) a containment relationship with the store as the target entity
E) a self-referential relationship with the store as both the source and target entity
F) a reference relationship with Global as the target entity
Question No. 20) The source material for your policy model says: To be eligible for the program, there must be at least one child in the family under 18 years of age. The payment amount for the family is based on the total income of all family members. If a family member has multiple jobs, include income from all jobs. Which two steps should you perform?
A) Create two entities: the family member, the family member’s job.
B) Create an interred entity for “the job” to allow for family members with multiple jobs.
C) Create three entities: the family member, the family member’s age, the family member’s job.
D) Create three attributes (the first job, the second job, the third job) to allow for family members with multiple jobs.
E) Create two entities: the family member, the family member’s age.
F) Use an entity function to calculate a family member’s total income from all their jobs.
Question No. 21) Which five statements are valid ways of writing a rule condition using a comparison?
A) The customer’s age > 18
B) The ticket price = $15
C) 10 < = the cost of the item
D) The number of pictures in the gallery > 10000
E) The customer’s membership level = Gold
F) The person’s date of birth < the spouse's date of birth
Question No. 22) When building test cases in Policy Modeling, when should you add a “Keep” column?
A) saving test data to a separate spreadsheet
B) preventing values in the Actual column from being replaced
C) comparing results from a baseline version of the policy model against a newer version
D) saving a test case
E) saving an input value
Question No. 23) The policy model you are creating will be used by developers to automate decisions by calling the OPA Determinations API Assess Service. Which elements of the project data model must be given names?
A) attributes, entities, and relationships only
B) attributes, entities, relationships, screens, and forms only
C) attributes and relationships only
D) attributes, entities, and screens only
E) attributes and entities only
F) attributes only
Question No. 24) Which two statements are true regarding the use of logical connectors in rules?
A) A rule may use both "and” and “or” connectors to link conditions for the same conclusion.
B) If a Boolean conclusion uses three conditions joined by “and” connectors, the conclusion is true if at least one condition is satisfied.
C) The “and” connector may be used at multiple condition levels within the same rule.
D) The “or” connector increases the number of conditions that must be met for a conclusion to be satisfied.
Question No. 25) You just developed a policy model and need to test a discrete portion of the rules without using screens. Identify the correct process.
A) Go to Build > Test Data Model and enter the discrete portion of the rules that you want to test and assign values.
B) Go to Build > Build and Debug and select Build and Debug without screens in the Oracle Policy Modeling Testing window.
C) Go to Test > Discrete data Sets > and set the entity and attribute values that you want to test in the Rule Testing window.
D) Go to Debug > Data > and set the entity and attribute values that you want to test in the Oracle Policy Modeling Debugger window.