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Exam: Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012
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    • Bharath from India 05 18 2013, 2:28 PM Report Spam

      Am upto get done with 70-483 exam (Programming in C#) on 21st may (Day after Tomorrow) in india !! I couldnt see more than 5 questions in the dumps. could you please provide me all the questions in a pdf file or am not sure i dont know to use the dump file :( could you please tell me how to view all the 60 questions ???

      Please tell me as soon as possible as am in an urge to view all those and get done with my exam which is nearing !!!!

      Awaiting for your response.. !!

      Thanks in Advance.. :)

    • Suresh Kumar from United States 03 25 2013, 11:34 AM Report Spam
      It is valid. Cleared it today with 875.(India)
    • vikram from India 03 21 2013, 12:55 PM Report Spam
      Passed the exam with 875 marks.
      Please add VCE file for 70-484 .
    • James from Australia 03 20 2013, 8:49 AM Report Spam

      This one is correct
      FROM amount IN loanAmounts
      WHERE amount % 2 == 0
      ORDERBY amount
      SELECT amount

      The reason for this is very simple. SQL by default orders by ASC. There is no need to tell it order by ASC. Adding ASC will still work fine, it is just redundant. That is why the above is the correct answer :)

    • aguy from Germany 03 19 2013, 2:56 PM Report Spam
      passed last week using ur vce as prep.
      Best regards and wishes !!! :)
    • Riz Virani from United States 03 13 2013, 8:56 PM Report Spam
      Q33, Can the answer not be C as well? Why not, if not?
    • matshj from Sweden 03 12 2013, 1:51 PM Report Spam
      FROM amount IN loanAmounts
      WHERE amount % 2 == 0
      SELECT amount


      FROM amount IN loanAmounts
      WHERE amount % 2 == 0
      ORDERBY amount
      SELECT amount

      Both are a correct answer. the later alternative returns the result sorted asc. Witch one MS considers right I dont know…

    • Eugene from United States 03 05 2013, 8:38 PM Report Spam
      For answer to Q62 to be correct option B must say:
      Insert the following code segment at line 10
    • Dementic from Hungary 03 05 2013, 7:50 PM Report Spam
      Q7: isnt the correct answer B and not A as shown in the test?
      var fs = File.Open(Filename, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read, FileShare.ReadWrite);
      Will throw an exception if the file dosent exist while
      var fs = File.Open(Filename, FileMode.OpenOrCreate, FileAccess.Read, FileShare.ReadWrite);
      Will create it and will not throw an exception?
      anyone can confirm?
    • Eugene from United States 03 05 2013, 7:03 PM Report Spam
      Q6 must be:
      FROM amount IN loanAmounts
      WHERE amount % 2 == 0
      SELECT amount
    • sophye from Canada 03 05 2013, 12:18 AM Report Spam
      OET : You are correct for Q63 the answer is C
    • Oet from Switzerland 03 04 2013, 4:18 PM Report Spam

      For Q63, I think the right answer is C not A.

      Because the question say "Not raise an exception".

      I'm right ?

    • Troopers from France 03 01 2013, 4:19 PM Report Spam
      Q8: InvalidCastException when accessing the Data property
      Answer D: dynamic dataContainer = obj;
      else the exception is thrown in the cast instruction
    • Rob Stark from South Africa 02 28 2013, 11:00 AM Report Spam
      K: Thanks. I wrote this today and noticed that in the exam we had that extra (crucial) bit of info.

      Thank you Sophye, and everyone else. This dump is still fantastic. All the best with your future pursuits.

    • K from United States 02 28 2013, 5:20 AM Report Spam
      Rob Stark: You are correct. Sophye is wrong. For Q18, the answer is BE. It is missing the requirement "The EmployeeType property value must be modified only by code within the Employee class."

      protected string EmployeeType
      private set;

    • Rob Stark from South Africa 02 27 2013, 12:59 PM Report Spam
      If I'm beating this to death, tell me to stop, but I figured we want to learn as much (more, hopefully) as we want to pass.

      From MSDN – Asymmetric Accessor Accessibility:

      Restrictions on Access Modifiers on Accessors

      Using the accessor modifiers on properties or indexers is subject to these conditions:

      You can use accessor modifiers only if the property or indexer has both set and get accessors. In this case, the modifier is permitted ON ONE ONLY of the two accessors.

      The above is copied from MSDN, verbatim, except for the capitalisation (which is my doing). Not the best grammar, of course, but it is patently clear – you cannot add access modifiers to both accessors, ever.

    • Rob Stark from South Africa 02 27 2013, 12:46 PM Report Spam
      Does no one else find adding access modifiers to BOTH accessors (get and set) disconcerting?

      According to the documentation, you CANNOT have an access modifier on both get and set – one if them has to retain the same access as declared for the property. Indeed, if you try this in with a simple test application, you will get the error message: Cannot specify accessibility modifiers for both accessors of the property 'PropertyName'.
      I have been taking Microsoft exams since the 90s, and there have always been dud questions, but it still bugs me.

    • ronie from France 02 26 2013, 1:07 PM Report Spam
      Still valid Dump. I passed it today with a few errors in the Dump:
      - The Linq answer is :
      SELECT amount
      - Protected Get and PRIVATE SET (and not protected set as mentionned in the dump)
      - The Lambda Expression question is different, there is only 2 choices and the answer is :
      User.Renamed += (sender, e) => {…};
    • Spartacus from Unknown 02 25 2013, 10:33 AM Report Spam
      Still valid dump .. I need the 484 please
    • sophye from Canada 02 24 2013, 12:28 PM Report Spam
      I passed my exam and the question Q18 was a little different.

      The EmployeeType property value must be accessed only by code within the Employee classor within a class derived from the Employee class.

      The EmployeeType property value must be modified only by code within the Employee classor

      answer : protect Get.. private Set

      The questions are not exactly the same. It has some difference it is just important to understand the kind of question

    • Rob Stark from South Africa 02 24 2013, 11:25 AM Report Spam

      I'm with you on that on.
      Firstly, if you set the accessors as protected when the property is set as internal, you get the following error: The accessibility modifier of the accessor must be more restrictive than the property.
      Secondly, only one modifier can be modified. Placing an access modifier on both get and set results in an error.
      Therefore, the answer, as given, cannot be correct.
      Of course, it would not be the first time that a Microsoft exam featured a wrong "correct" answer. :)

    • rbu from Germany 02 22 2013, 3:51 PM Report Spam
      why Q18's answer is 'AF' ( protected get / protected set ). It's not possible that the 'get' and 'set' accessor are declared as protected. so the it must be specified the access level from the property. i think the right answer must be 'E' (protected string EmployeeType) instead 'AF'
    • mon from Slovenia 02 21 2013, 9:54 AM Report Spam
      valid, 925
    • sophye from Canada 02 15 2013, 8:08 PM Report Spam
      Sorry bad drag an drop :
      the response Q6 is :

      from amount in loanamounts
      where amount %2 ==0
      order by amout ascending
      select amout

    • laplander from Russian Federation 02 15 2013, 11:55 AM Report Spam
      why Q6's answer is "orderby amount select ascending amount" instead
      "orderby amount ascending select amount".
    • Richard from France 02 15 2013, 9:33 AM Report Spam
      For Q44 the same, i'm a bit confused the way the question and answer have been designed….
    • Pete from United States 02 14 2013, 7:31 PM Report Spam
      Not sure I understand why Q9's answer is DataContractJSONSerializer instead of DataContractSerializer. There's no mention of JSON in any other part of the question.
    • Richard from France 02 14 2013, 3:46 PM Report Spam
      Thanks for the help !
    • SharpMaster from Canada 02 14 2013, 1:40 PM Report Spam
      Good job fixing it.


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