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An Architect is configuring the preload.keys for Redis on an Adobe Commerce on-premise instance.
The Architect discovers that the following cache keys are loaded on each frontend request: eav_entity_types,
GLOBAL_PLUGIN_LIST, DB_IS_UP_TO_DATE , SYSTEM_DEFAULT.
• The id_prefix of the frontend =>page_cache is set to 061_.
• The id_prefix of frontend => default: is not set.
• The Architect has enabled and configured Redis L2 caching.
How should the preload.keys be configured?
The preload.keys should be configured as shown in option A. This will allow Redis to preload the cache keys that are loaded on every page request, such as eav_entity_types, GLOBAL_PLUGIN_LIST, DB_IS_UP_TO_DATE , SYSTEM_DEFAULT. The keys should include the database prefix (061_) and the :hash suffix for L2 caching. The :hash suffix tells Redis to load only the hashes from Redis and the data from local storage. This will reduce the pressure on Redis and improve the performance of Magento.
While reviewing a newly developed pull request that refactors multiple custom payment methods, the Architect notices multiple classes that depend on \Magento\Framework\Encryption\EncryptorInterf ace to decrypt credentials for sensitive data. The code that is commonly repeated is as follows:
In each module, the user_secret config is declared as follows:
The Architect needs to recommend an optimal solution to avoid redundant dependency and duplicate code among the methods. Which solution should the Architect recommend?
To avoid redundant dependency and duplicate code among the methods, you need to use the following solution:
An existing Adobe Commerce website is moving to a headless implementation.
The existing website features an "All Brands" page, as well as individual pages for each brand. All brand-related pages are cached in Varnish using tags in the same manner as products and categories.
Two new GraphQL queries have been created to make this information available to the frontend for the new headless implementation:
During testing, the queries sometimes return out-of-date information.
How should this problem be solved while maintaining performance?
This option would allow caching GraphQL query results using Varnish or Fastly with proper invalidation and differentiation mechanisms.
To solve the problem of out-of-date information in GraphQL queries, the Architect should specify a @cache (cacheIdentity: path\T\identityClass) directive for each GraphQL query, corresponding to a class that adds cache tags for relevant brands and associated products. This will allow Varnish to invalidate the cache for these queries when the brand or product data changes. Option A is incorrect because it will make the queries cacheable without any cache tags, which will not solve the problem. Option B is incorrect because it will disable caching for these queries entirely, which will degrade performance. References: https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.4/graphql/caching.html
An Adobe Commerce Architect needs to create a new customer segment condition to enable admins to specify an 'Average sales amount' condition for certain segments.
The Architect develops the custom condition under vendor\Module\Model\Segment\condition\AverageSalesAmount with all of its requirements:
During testing, the following error appears:
Which two steps should the Architect complete to fix the problem? (Choose two.)
According to the Adobe Commerce Developer Guide1, to create a new customer segment condition, the custom condition class must implement the Magento\CustomerSegment\Model\Segment\Condition\Combine\Interface interface. The class must also have a constructor that accepts an array of data and a context object that contains the required dependencies. Therefore, option B is correct because the constructor is missing the context object parameter. Option E is also correct because the class does not implement the required interface. The other options are not relevant for this problem.
A merchant asks for a new category attribute to allow uploading an additional mobile image against categories. The merchant utilizes the content staging and preview feature in Adobe Commerce and wants to schedule and review changes to this new mobile image field.
A developer creates the attribute via a data patch and adds it to view/adminhtml/ui_component/category_form.xml. The attribute appears against the category in the main form, but does not appear in the additional form when scheduled updates are made.
To change this attribute when scheduling new category updates, which additional action should the Architect ask the developer to take?
This is because, in order to change the attribute when scheduling new category updates, the attribute must be added to the view/adminhtml/ulcomponent/catalogstagingcategoryupdateform.xml file in order to be displayed in the additional form when scheduling updates. This additional form is used to set the values for the category attributes when scheduling updates.
To change the new category attribute when scheduling new category updates, you need to add the attribute to view/adminhtml/ui_component/catalogstaging_category_update_form.xml. This file defines the form fields that appear in the Schedule New Update form for categories. By adding the attribute to this file, you will be able to schedule and review changes to the new mobile image field using the content staging and preview feature in Adobe Commerce. Reference: 1