138: Which of the following is not a use case of SAP API Business Hub? Release your business APIs Integration with SAP Cloud Platform development tools Discover, test and learn about APIs across different SAP solutions Access to APIs in sandbox systems for immediate trial Access documentation of APIs based on OpenAPI format.
139: Which of the following areas of functionality can be most appropriately extended through side by side extensibility? ((3)). Process Integration Custom Apps Vertical Solutions Custom Fields Custom Reports .
140: Where are destination referenced during design time? xs-security.json xs-app.json package.json web.xml manifest.yml .
141: Which of the following base classes contains the generic configuration of the data source and the generic Hibernate parameters? Please choose the correct answer. AbstractEntityManagerFacade CurrentTenantIdentifierResolcer Erp Command SchemaPerTenantProvisioner .
142: Which tools are supported by the SAP Cloud SDK Pipeline for performance testing? ((2)). JMeter Gatling Predator LoadRunner .
143: What operations can be performed at runtime when UI adaptions are enabled? ((4)). Change the field labels. Create new custom fields and groups, remove existing fields, cut and paste fields from the UI. Add a new field from the existing list. Combine two or more fields Change the UI process flows.
144: In which continuous delivery stage contains the performance tests? Quality Checks Local Tests Deployment Third-Party Checks Remote Tests .
145: In which format are event topics composed in SAP S/4HANA Cloud? channel topis space/service topic space/specific topic specific topis/channel topic space/service topis space service topic space/channel topic space/specific topic service topic space/specific topis/channel topic space .
146: What are Scopes used for? For assigment to users For functional authorization checks For instance-based authorization checks For a grouping of roles For description of roles.
147: What's the correct description for an end-to-end tests? -
They are run when the application is deployed to production, to verify that the deployment was successful. -
The idea is to simulate a typical user workflow. An automated web browser clicks through the application's web interface and verifies that the expected screens appear. Tests at this level show that the application´s features work. However, these tests are expensive to create and run because, for example, interacting with the browser consumes many resources. In addition, it is usually difficult to specify the interaction with the browser so that it can handle minor changes in the structure of the application´s user interface. -
The have reduced complexity. They skip the user interface and work direct on the defined backend APIs. They test the integration between software modules or systems. Although they have reduced complexity they still have medium cost. They still have overhead such as network communication or spawning a small server to make the backend APIs available. You should use them to verify that your backend services can communicate with your SAP S4HANA system and to test that the services behave as the user interface expects. -
They have the small granularity. They can be defined directly at he programming level, for example by calling methods of your Java classes. Dependencies on other modules or systems can be mocked to ensure they run quickly and test only the code under test. These tests are usually inexpensive. You should use them to verify that your software modules, such as classes, behave as expected. .
148: Which of these are not main use cases to be covered using side-by-side extensibility? ((2)). You need to react to events triggered from a process You need to change the label of a field in an existing screen You need to build an application to preprocess data before a process is triggered You need to retrieve data in a way the system doesn´t offer out-of-the-box. .
149: For which performance testing tools has the SAP Cloud SDK pipeline integrated support? ((2)) LoadRunner LoadNinja NeoLoad Gatting Jmeter .
152: What characterizes reactive systems? ((4)). Elastic Responsive Resilient Message-Driven Microservices .
153: What are the benefits of using the caching features of SAP Cloud SDK? ((3)). Reduce load on system and network Reduce latency Minimize failures by providing default values Avoid redundant request to down-stream systems Provide high availability.
154: Which statement regarding custom business objects is correct? The key user tool for custom business objects doesn´t allow defining custom code lists that contain values for dropdown lists. Custom business objects (CBOs) refer to self-contained type definition with a set of customer-specfic fields that are coupled to SAP business contexts. Custom business objects allow you to store arbitrary data in sap-specific tables A custom business object first of all consists of a root node with a set of fields that can be freely defined using the key user tools. Entries for custom business objects can be created and modified through a UI within SAP S4HANA. .
155: Which environment is abstracted by the SAP Cloud SDK? SAP CPQ SAP HANA Cloud SAP Sales Cloud SAP Cloud Platform Neo.
156: What are NOT advantages of the SAP Cloud SDK and it's virtual domain model (VDM) for OData services? ((2)). You get easy access to create, update and delete operations as well as function imports You get access to an object representation of a specific OData service You can easily mock SAP S4HANA services during testing based on the service interface interface in Scala You get type safety for functions like filter, select and orderBy You get easy access to database queries .
157: What does a JWT contain? Any granted authorization as OAuth scopes Tenant the user belongs to All of these Format user name.
158: Which of the following statements regarding extensions for the cloud versions of SAP S/4HANA are correct? ((2)). Extensions that you can make in the S4HANA application are supported. A limited set of allowed extensions that do not affect the core application´s integrity when a software upgrade occurs. These are referred to as in-app extensions. Extensions that you develop and run on a different platform are supported. Interaction with the SAP S4HANA cloud system takes place via a set of standard APIs. These are called side by side extensions. Extensions that modify the source code of the application are not supported These are referred ato as in-app extensions, Extensions that modify the source code of the application are supported. This type of extension is called "classic extensibility.".
160: Which of the following are pillars of cloud-native extension applications? ((3)). Events Containers API management Continuous delivery Microservices.
161: What is an abstraction that the SAP Cloud SDK can easily access and that, combined with the connectivity service's multi-tenancy concept, allows us to write our code once without worrying about different tenants or integrating with on-premise or cloud systems? Destinations Routes Channels Roles Role Collections .
162: Which of the following is a key component that issues and authenticates access tokens to client applications that request access to users's data? Please choose the correct answer. Application´s OAuth2 client Application´s OAuth2 authorization server Application resource server Corporate identity provider .
163: A call from your app to an external system is repeatedly failing. What pattern is used to detect failures and encapsulates the logic of preventing a failure from constantly recurring, during maintenance, temporary external system failure or unexpected system difficulties? Circuit Breaker Bulkhead Caching Event-Sourcing Multi-Tenancy .
164: Which Java application frameworks are provided by the SAP Cloud SDK Maven archetypes? ((2)). Struts Hibernate TomEE Spring NodeJS .
165: On what should an UI be built to be adaptable? ABAP Core Data Services SAP Digital Core Extension Services Custom Field and Logic Enablement Code SAPUI5 flexibility services .
166: What are typical Ops activities? ((3)). Verify Release Package Configure Monitor .
167: What are the main integration techniques used by side-by-side applications? ((4)). BAdIs SOAP Services Events BAPIs OData Services GraphQL Services.
168: Why is the Continuous Delivery Toolkit future proof? Isolation of the builds Having a local download cahe The code of the pipeline the lifecycle management script, and the required docker images can be update easily Pipelines running everything in parallel, so given enough computing resources builds run fast A project generated through the provided archetypes already includes a Jenkins file which loads the CI.CD pipeline automatically. .
169: Which benefits do you have by using In-App Extensibility in SAP S/4HANA Cloud? ((3)). They cover the last mile of adaptation They provide performance testing tools They provide powerful key user tools. They loosely couple custom adaptations They enable microservice-based development.
170: In the Custom Fields and Logic SAP Fiori app you can manage the usage of custom fields in? ((4)) Business Scenarios Reports Forms Communication Arrangements Service interfaces Other Uis.
171: Which of the following SAP Cloud Platform services stores configuration information to connect to another cloud service? Connectivity service Destination service Credential store service OData Provisioning service.
172: Which connection type exchanges messages between SAP S/4HANA and SAP Cloud Platform? An Https connection An RFC connection A socket connection A channel.
173: Which of these are NOT fundamental design principles of SAP S/4HANA Cloud and SAP S/4HANA? ((4)) Focus on monolithic architecture Coupled Extensions Compatibility Automation and Al first Out-of-the-box integration with other cloud solutions Angular and GraphQL.