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Exam: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Installation & Configuration
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    • Yoan from Bulgaria 06 29 2013, 11:51 AM Report Spam
      I got it … there are several sections like "Exam A" , "Verified" and "Corrected"
    • Yoan from Bulgaria 06 29 2013, 11:50 AM Report Spam
      Why before starting the test it is written that there are 95 questions and when you open in there are only 64 , where are the other 31 ?
    • anonymous1 from Brazil 06 27 2013, 11:53 AM Report Spam
      In my test part 4:

      You are designing a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application by using Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
      The application accesses a Windows Communication Service (WCF) service on a middle-tier server to retrieve sales invoice information.
      The information consists of a master record and severs detail records that are displayed by the application.
      The source data frequently changes.

      You need to ensure that the design meets the following requirements:
      - Memorizes the amount of network traffic.
      - Ensures that UI responsiveness is not impacted by WCF calls.
      - Ensures that data is always up-to-date.

      What should you do?

      (A). Use multi-thread in the application.
      B. Use data caching the client placation.
      C. Use the Dispatcher. Invoke method when making WCF calls.
      D. Use the Dispatcher. Begin invoke method when making WCF calls.

      ——————-

      X
      Something [...] to use from all application controls [...]

      What should you do?

      A. ControlTemplate
      B. DataTemplate
      C. HierarchicalDataTemplate
      D. ItemsPanelTemplate

    • anonymous from Brazil 06 26 2013, 6:47 PM Report Spam
      In my test part 3:

      You are designing a new feature for an existing Windows Forms application by using Microsoft .NET Framework 4.
      The application contains multiple forms that are loaded into a parent Multiple Document Interface (MDI) form.
      Your company policy does not allow the use of third-party controls.
      You need to ensure that the new feature meets the following requirements:
      - It provides a three-dimensional scale model.
      - It allows users to change the colors of the model and communicates the color selections back to the application.
      - It allows the model to scale, based on the user's client computer display resolution.
      - It is a child form in the MDI application.

      What should you do?

      A.
      - Design the new feature in the existing Windows Forms application as a Windows form.
      - Add the form as a child form to the MDI window.

      B.
      - Design the new feature in a new application by using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).
      - Invoke the new WPF application from the existing Windows Forms application.

      C.
      - Design the new feature in a new Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application.
      - Host the existing application inside the new WPF application by using the Windows Forms Host class.

      (D).
      - Design the new feature by using a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) user control.
      - Use the Element Host class to host the WPF user control in the existing Windows Forms application.

    • anonymous from Brazil 06 26 2013, 6:47 PM Report Spam
      In my test:

      You are creating a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application by using Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
      The application will consist of several data entry forms.
      Each data entry form requires a user to enter phone numbers and addresses.
      You need to design a solution that promotes code reusability.

      What should you do?

      A. Add multiple text boxes for each data entry form.
      B. Use the same style resource for each data entry form.
      (C). Create a new user control and reference it on each data entry form.
      D. Create a new merged resource dictionary and reference it from each data entry form.

      ————

      You are designing an application by using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft .NET Framework 4.
      The application consists of multiple data entry screens.
      You need to ensure that users can return to previous screens.
      You also need to ensure that users can view a history of screens.

      What should you do?

      A. Create buttons to allow a user to open a new Window for the data entry screens.
      B. Create buttons to allow a user to open a new Window as an MDI child window for the data entry screens.
      (C). Create hyperlinks to allow a user to move between data entry screens. Use the Navigation Service class to manage navigation history.
      D. Create hyperlinks to allow a user to move between data entry screens. Use the Navigation Progress Event Rags class to manage navigation history.

    • anonymous from Brazil 06 26 2013, 6:46 PM Report Spam
      In my test:

      You are designing an application by using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft .NET Framework 4.
      You create a control named Help Viewer to view the Help documentation of the application.
      The Help Viewer control must be available to all windows in the application.

      You need to ensure that the application allows users to perform the following tasks:
      - Bookmark their location in the documentation and return to the bookmark from any window
      - Hide the Help Viewer control
      - Dock the Help Viewer control

      You create a main window as a base class.

      What should you do next?

      A.
      - Add the Help Viewer control to the window at runtime.
      - Inherit all other window classes in the application from the main window base class.

      B.
      - Add the Help Viewer control to a Dock Panel control at runtime.
      - Inherit all other window classes in the application from the main window base class.

      (C).
      - Add the Help Viewer control and a Frame control to a Dock Panel control to the window at runtime.
      - Create all other windows in the application as pages and host them in the Frame control.

      D.
      - Add the Help Viewer control and a Frame control to a Stack Panel control to the window at runtime.
      - Create all other windows in the application as pages and host them in the Frame control.

    • anonymous from Unknown 06 23 2013, 7:16 PM Report Spam
      Failed with 660 points.. About 10 new questions from 49.
    • rc from Latvia 06 21 2013, 11:09 AM Report Spam
      Failed with 620 pts… 18 new questions from 45. Plus several conflicting with previous version of dump

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