Question 1) Notes Domino 7 Application

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Objective: Application Architecture
SubObjective: What is a Replica Database

 

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

1) Which method is used to create a replica copy of a database?

A. File>Replica
B. File>Database>Replicate
C. File>Replication>Replicate
D. File>Replication>New Replica

Answer:
D. File>Replication>New Replica

Tutorial:
Replication is the process of synchronizing multiple copies of a database on multiple servers and workstations. In order for databases to replicate with one another, they must share the same replica ID. If you make a copy of a database through File>Database>New Copy, this will not maintain the same database ID. Without the matching replica IDs the databases cannot be synchronized. In order to create a replica copy of a database so that the IDs match, you must perform a File>Replication>New Replica on the database.

For example, you may have a survey being conducted via a Notes database, and there are several people in the Marketing team who want to read the surveys that have been added to that survey at the end of the week. Marketing team members have their own replica copy of that database on their workstation. They can replicate with the server that has the survey database and obtain the latest surveys that have been added to the database since its last replication.

File>Replication>Replicate begins the replication of a replica database. The other options given are not options from the File menu.

Reference:
Domino Designer 7 Help – search on: Creating one replica manually

Lotus Notes 7 Help – search on: Creating a full replica

RedBook – Domino Designer 6: A Developer’s Handbook – Chapter 3 http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246854.html?Open

These questions are derived from the Self Test Software Practice Test for Lotus exam 710 – Notes Domino 7 Application Development Foundation Skills

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