Managing the Oracle Internet Directory

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Questions derived from the 1Z0-311 – Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration I Oracle Self-Test Software Practice Test.

 

Objective: Managing the Oracle Internet Directory
SubObjective: Start and stop Oracle Internet Directory processes

 

Item Number: 1Z0-311.6.4.1
Single Answer, Multiple Choice

 

You store the authentication information for users in the Oracle Internet Directory (OID). Which statement about the orclUserObjectClass Directory Information Tree attribute is true?

 

 

  1. When creating user entries, the orclUserObjectClass attribute can be used to identify the available groups.
  2. When creating user entries, the orclUserObjectClass attribute can be used to identify the available object classes such as OrclUser.
  3. The orclUserObjectClass attribute contains all the user entries.
  4. The orclUserObjectClass attribute contains details of all subscribers in a hosted environment.

 

Answer:
B. When creating user entries, the orclUserObjectClass attribute can be used to identify the available object classes such as OrclUser.

 

Tutorial:
The option stating that when creating user entries, the orclUserObjectClass attribute can be used to identify the available object classes such as OrclUser is correct. The orclUserObjectClass attribute contains a list of object classes that are a part of the user entity and can be used to find object classes in an Identity Management Realm.

 

The option stating that when creating user entries, the orclUserObjectClass attribute can be used to identify the available groups is incorrect. The orclUserObjectClass attribute cannot be used to identify the available groups. The orclCommonGroupSearchBase attribute is used to identify the available groups.

 

The option stating that the orclUserObjectClass attribute contains all the user entries is incorrect. The orclUserObjectClass attribute does not contain all the user entries. All the user entries are contained in the orclCommonUserSearchBase attribute.

 

The option stating that the orclUserObjectClass attribute contains details of all subscribers in a hosted environment is incorrect. The orclUserObjectClass attribute does not contain details of all subscribers in a hosted environment. The orclSubscriberSearchBase attribute contains details of all subscribers in a hosted environment.

 

Reference:
Oracle Internet Directory Administrator’s Guide
Release 9.2
Part Number A96574-01
14 Oracle Components and Oracle Internet Directory
Ready-to-Use Default Configuration
The Subscriber Oracle Context
http://download-west.oracle.com/docs/cd/B10501_01/network.920/a96574/oracle_a.htm#392718

 

OCA Oracle Application Server 10g Administration Exam guide (Exam 1Z0-311)
Chapter 4: Managing the Oracle Internet Directory
Managing the Oracle Internet Directory
Identity Management Realm-Specific Oracle Context
pp. 185-186.

 

OCA Oracle Application Server 10g Administration Exam guide (Exam 1Z0-311)
Chapter 12: Configuring Oracle Application Server Components in Oracle Internet Directory
Identify Management Realm-Specific Common Entries
p. 12-13.

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