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Data-Integration-Developer Questions and Answers

Question # 6

Which tab provides lines of code generated for the selected component in Telend Studio?

A.

Jobscript tab

B.

Code viewer tab

C.

Run consult

D.

Outline tab

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Question # 7

You designing a Job that can run in two contexts, Test and Production. You want to run it as a standalone job outside Talend Studio.

How do you accomplish this?

A.

Build the Job with the Context scripts option selected in the Build Job windows. Before running the Job, edit the script according to the context in which want to run the job.

B.

Set the desired context as the default, then build the Job. Rebuild the Job if you need to run it in a different context.

C.

Build the Job with the Context scripts option selected in the Build Job windows. You will be prompted for the context.

D.

Build the Job with the desired context selected in the Build Job windows. Build a separate copy if you need to run the Job in a different context.

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Question # 8

Which section in Talend Studio allows you to graphically connect components in a Job to run a dataflow process?

A.

Design workspace

B.

Component view

C.

Repository

D.

Code

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Question # 9

You are building a Job to run outsode Talend Studio that must run on both Linux and Windows.

Which action should you take when building the Job?

A.

Select Build Job because Jobs are runnable on all platforms

B.

Specify All for the Shell launcher option in the Build Job windows.

C.

Configure the Job properties building the Job.

D.

Build one package for each platform.

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Question # 10

Where do you access the option to create a Joblet from an existing Job?

A.

Selecting the File menu.

B.

Selecting the desired components and right-clicking.

C.

Adding a Joblet component to the Designer.

D.

Right-clicking the I oh in the Repository

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Question # 11

You are building a Job that consists of two subJobs being sequentially executedI he first subJob completes successfully.

Which component in the first subJob triggers the execution of the second subJob?

A.

Start component

B.

Final component

C.

Input component

D.

Any component

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Question # 12

Which method allows you to execute the compiled Job Talend Studio?

A.

Click the Export button in the Edit Properties window.

B.

Right-click the Job in the Repository and select Build Job

C.

Right-click the Job in the Repository and select Export items.

D.

Select Save As on the main File menu

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Question # 13

You created a Job to process a customer database. Next, you want to debug the Job using Traces Debug and pause the execution when it encounters any records for customers residing in the state of California.

A.

Add a breakpoint in the Advanced Settings tab of the Run view.

B.

Open the Debug Run tab of the Run view and click Traces Debug.

C.

Right-click the trace on the output of the input component and select Add Breakpoint.

D.

Right-click the trace on the output of the input component and select Show Breakpoint Setup.

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Question # 14

Which methods car you use to specify the schema in a tFilelnputDelimited component?

Choose 3 answers

A.

Drag a generic schema metadata item onto the Designer.

B.

Add the component then drag and drop a generic schema metadata item onto the component.

C.

Add the schema to the component using the Schema Editor

D.

Drag a File delimited metadata item from the Repository onto the design workspace.

E.

Add the component, open the Component view, select the Built-in schema type, then click the Edit schema button.

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Question # 15

You have two Talend Jobs. Job A need to call Job B. After Job B is complete, processed data stored in the tBufferOutput buffer memory must be transferred back to Job A.

How can you achieve this requirement?

A.

Select the Transmit whole context in the basic settings of the tRunJob when calling Job B from Job A.

B.

Select the Transmit whole context in Advanced settings of the tRunJob when calling Job B from Job A.

C.

Select the Propagate the child result to output schema in Advanced settings of the tRunJob when calling Job B from Job B.

D.

Select the Propagate the child result to output schema in the Basicsettings of the tRunJob when calling B from Job A.

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Question # 16

In Talend Studio, you have access to a references project named project_ref. You need to reuse a Job named testJob from the project_ref in your main Job.

A.

Right-click Job Designs and click import items.

B.

Navigate to Metadata, @ project ref, Job Designs, Standard, then select testJob.

C.

Right-click Job Designs, click Crete Standard Job, and enter testJob as the Job name.

D.

Navigate to @ Referenced project, @ project_ref, Job Designs, Standard, then select testJob.

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