Free C2040-910 Exam Braindumps

  • Exam Number: C2040-910
  • Provider: IBM
  • Questions: 44
  • Updated On: 23-Jun-2022

Which of the following statements is true about client-side aggregation?

A. Client-side aggregation is generally slower than server-side aggregation because more
processing happens on the client computer, which is generally less powerful than the server.
B. The portal built-in Page Builder theme allows you to configure whether that page is rendered
in client-side aggregation mode or in server-side aggregation mode for each page.
C. Client-side aggregation can be enabled for all existing portlets.
D. Client-side aggregation cannot be used on Firefox browsers.

Answer(s): B
What is a portal farm?

A. A portal farm is a series of portal clusters used in high availability production environments.
B. A portal farm refers to a series of identical y configured, standalone server instances.
C. A portal farm is an edition of WebSphere Portal customized for the agricultural industry.
D. A portal farm is a setup of servers that are tightly coupled for failover and recovery.

Answer(s): B
Which of the following is NOT true regarding WebSpere Portal v7.0 and VMware support?

A. VMware can only be used when WebSphere Portal v7.0 is not clustered.
B. VMware can be used in a clustered WebShere Portal v7.0 environment.
C. VMware can be used in a non-clustered WebSphere Portal v7.0 environment.
D. VMware and WebSphere Portal v7.0 allow mass-replication of identical operating systems

Answer(s): A
Which option best describes valid aspects of deleting wikis and wiki pages?

A. A wiki page deleted directly in the wiki can be restored.
B. Deleting the wiki page also deletes the Web Content Viewer portlet and the web content
C. To delete a wiki, you must delete the Web Content Viewer portlet and web content mapping
from the portal page where the content is rendered, and then delete the template library used to
create the wiki.
D. Statements A, B, and C are valid.
E. Only Statement A and Statement B are valid.

Answer(s): D