C_taw12_740: chapter 16 user interfaces (web dynpro)

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C_taw12_740: chapter 16 user interfaces (web dynpro)

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Sample questions from book "ABAP 7.4 Certification Guide"

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Phreak
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Creation Date:
13/09/2017

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Each component has an interface; of what does this interface consist? Select all that apply. Interface view Interface context Interface controller.
What is a plug? Select all that apply. Can be defined as inbound, outbound, or both Forms the basis of navigation within a Web Dynpro Can be defined as default inbound Can be defined as a startup Can be defined as an exit Can be assigned to multiple views Can be defined as outbound controlling multiple inbound plugs Can be defined as inbound and be controlled by multiple outbound plugs.
What does a Web Dynpro component contain? Select all that apply. Multiple views within a window UI elements Component controller A context Exactly one interface controller.
What does a view do? Select all that apply. Contains other views Can be contained in a window Contains windows If entered by an inbound plug, can cause an event handler method to be called Contains a view controller.
Identify the types of controller. Select all that apply. Component controller Custom controller Consumer controller Configuration controller View controller Window controller.
Identify the types of layout managers. Select all that apply. FlowLayout RowLayout ColumnLayout MatrixLayout GridLayout TreeLayout.
The binding between a UI element and a context attribute is a two-way relationship. True False.
Identify the ways to map context structures. Select all that apply. Direct context mapping External context mapping Dynamic context mapping.
What is the Web Dynpro programming model is based on? Classic Dynpro programming Business Server Pages (BSPs) Model View Controller (MVC) Internet Transaction Server (ITS).
When does the lifetime of a Web Dynpro component begin and end? It begins when instantiated and it ends when the program ends or the object is freed. It begins the first time it is called at runtime, and it ends with the Web Dynpro application that called and instantiated the component ends. It begins each time it is called, and it ends when the component completes.
When does the lifetime of a component controller begin and end? It begins with the Web Dynpro component and ends with the Web Dynpro application that called it. It begins the first time the Web Dynpro application is called at runtime and ends when the Web Dynpro application that called and instantiated the component ends. It lasts from creating data within the controller to cover the whole period during which the component is in use.
In addition to the visible part (the layout), a view also contains a controller and a context. True False.
A view can only be displayed in which circumstances? It has been embedded in a window. It contains an inbound and outbound plug. It can always be displayed.
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