Oracle 1Z0-151 Certification Sample Questions and Answers

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Oracle 1Z0-151 Sample Questions:

01. When users enter address information, you want them to be able to select the state from a static list of values. You have not used a list of states before, and there is no database table that contains state information.
What is the first step in creating such a list of values as quickly as possible?
a) invoke the LOV wizard.
b) Create a new record group that is based on a SQL query.
c) Create a new static record group.
d) Create a list item instead; a list of values is not appropriate for a static list.
 
02. How can you programmatically determine which button a user pressed to respond to an alert?
a) Use the GET_ALERT_PROPERTY function.
b) Use the GET_ALERT_BUTTON_PROPERTY function.
c) Check the value returned by the SHOW_ALERT function to see if it is 1, 2, or 3.
d) Check the value returned by the SHOW_ALERT function to see if it is ALERT_BUTTON1, ALERT_BUTTON2, or ALERT_BUTTON3.
 
03. The menu that appears by default in a Forms application does not quite meet your needs, so you decide to create a custom menu.
You create and compile a menu module called Test with three submenus that contain PL/SQL code, and you attach the Test menu to a form.
How will the menu of the form appear and perform at rune time?
a) You will see only the three submenus from the Test menu (plus the Window menu that is usually displayed), and you will not be able to call code from the default menu in your form.
b) You will see the three submenus from the Test menu merged with the submenus of the default menu (plus the Window submenu that is usually displayed).
c) You will see only the submenus of the default menu (plus Window), but you will be able to call code from the Test menu in your form.
d) You will see only the Test menu submenus (plus Window), but you will be able to call code from the default menu in your form.
e) You will see only the submenus of the default menu (plus Window) until you issue the REPLACE_MENU built-in in the form.
 
04. In your Employee.fmb module you have an EMP block, which is currently on a content canvas. You want to display items from the EMP block on a new tab canvas.
What are two ways to achieve this?
(Choose two)
a) 1. Create a tab canvas in the Layout Editor.
2. For each item, associate the tab canvas by specifying the Canvas property.
3. Set the Rendered property of each item to Yes.
b) 1. Create a tab canvas in the Layout Editor.
2. For each item, associate the tab canvas by specifying the Canvas property.
3. For each item, associate the tab page by specifying the Tab Page property.
c) 1. Create a tab page in the Layout Editor.
2. Associate the content canvas with each item by specifying the Item Canvas property.
3. For each item, associate the tab page by specifying the Tab Page property.
4. Set the Visible property of each item to Yes.
d) 1. Create a canvas in the Object Navigator.
2. Set the Canvas Type property to Content.
3. For each item, associate the new canvas by specifying the Item Canvas property.
e) 1. Create a canvas in the Object Navigator.
2. Set the Canvas Type property to Tab.
3. For each item, associate the new canvas by specifying the Item Canvas property.
4. Set the Rendered property of each item to Yes.
f) 1. Create a new canvas in the Object Navigator.
2. Set the Canvas Type property to Tab.
3. For each item, associate the new canvas by specifying the Item Canvas property.
4. For each item, associate the tab page by specifying the Tab Page property.
 
05. Users do not want to see the "Working" message while a long query completes. You are designing a form with a query that takes o long time to execute.
What can you do to stop the "Working" message from appearing?
a) Before the line of code that executes the query, add the line: :SYSTEM.MESSAGE_LEVEL := '10';
b) Before the line of code that executes the query, add the line: :SYSTEM.SUPPRESS_WORKING : = 'TRUE';
c) Use the SET_APPLICATION_PROPERTY built-in to set the message level in a When-New- Form-instance trigger.
d) You do not need to do anything, the default behavior of Forms is to display the "Working" message only if you add code to do so.
 
06. An LOV must be displayed several times in your form; therefore, good performance when displaying LOV is essential. In a When-New-Form-instance trigger, you want to save the ID of the LOV in a global variable so that you can use it in any code to display the LOV.
Which built-in would you use to get the ID of the LOV?
a) SHOW_LOV
b) FIND_LOV
c) GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
d) GET_LOV_PROPERTY
e) GET_APPLICATION_PROPERTY
 
07. What type of message indicates a Forms message that cannot be suppressed?
a) A Busy message
b) A level 0 message
c) A Working message
d) A level 25 message
e) A level 50 message
f) A message with a level less than 0
g) A message with a level greater than 25
h) A message with a level greater than 50
 
08. Which built-in always starts a new Forms run-time session when you use it to invoke another form?
a) WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT
b) OPEN_FORM
c) NEW_FORM
d) CALL_FORM
 
09. On the Employees form, you do not want the cursor to enter the Employee_Id text item, which is the first item in the first block on the form.
You code a Pre-Text-item trigger for that item that uses the GO_ITEM built-in to navigate to the next item.
What happens when you run the form from Forms Builder?
a) You receive a compilation error.
b) The form starts to run, but immediately closes. So If an error message Is displayed, you are unable to see it.
c) The form runs, but as soon as it appears, you receive a runtime error.
d) The form runs, but as soon as you perform any navigation, a runtime error occurs.
e) The form runs with no problem.
 
10. You want to use WebUtil functionality in the Orders form. What three things must you do to integrate WebUtil into the Orders Form?
a) Copy the WebUtil object group from the WebUtil object library into a separate object library
b) Subclass the WebUtil object group from the WebUtil object library into the Orders form.
c) Ensure that the WebUtil block is the last block under the Data Blocks node in the Object Navigator.
d) Ensure that the WebUtil block is the first block under the Data Blocks node in the Object Navigator.
e) Attach the WebUtil library to the Orders form.
f) Copy the WebUtil library to the same directory as the Orders form.
g) in the When-New-Form-instance trigger, register the WebUtil javaBeans.
h) Set the Implementation Class Property for any items that will implement WebUtil JavaBeans.

Answers:

Question: 01

Answer: a

Question: 02

Answer: d

Question: 03

Answer: a

Question: 04

Answer: b, f

Question: 05

Answer: b

Question: 06

Answer: b

Question: 07

Answer: g

Question: 08

Answer: d

Question: 09

Answer: c

Question: 10

Answer: b, c, e

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