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AD0-E709 Questions and Answers

Question # 6

An international merchant is complaining that changes are taking too long to be reflected on the frontend after a full product import. Thinking it may be database issues, the Adobe Commerce developer collects the following entity counts;

• Categories: 900

• Products: 300k

• Customers: 700k

• Customer groups : 106

• Orders :1600k

• Invoices: 500k

• Creditmemos: 50k

• Websites: 15

• Stores : 45

What is a probable cause for this?

A.

The combination of the number of orders, customers, invoices and creditmemos is too big. This leads to a huge amount of values being stored in the customer grid index which is too large to be processed at a normal speed.

B.

The combination of the number of products, customer groups and websites is too big. This leads to a huge amount of values being stored in the price index which is too large to be processed at a normal speed.

C.

The combination of the number of products, categories and stores is too big. This leads to a huge amount of values being stored in the flat catalog indexes which are too large to be processed at a normal speed.

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Question # 7

An Adobe Commerce Developer is tasked with creating a module which generates a sitemap by cron. While writing the module, they realize they will need to use environment emulation to ensure the data is generated from a frontend perspective. They notice that the Emulation: :startEnvironmentEmulation() method accepts a $force parameter.

Why would this be set to true?

A.

To reset the environment emulation configuration to the current store.

B.

To emulate a new environment while already emulating a different one.

C.

To ignore any exceptions which may otherwise get thrown during emulation.

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