Saturday, 1 September 2012

Salesforce Dev 401 Dumps 7

Salesforce Dev 401 Dumps 7

1. In Master-Detail relationship scenario the fields of the parent object need to be displayed in the related list. How will a developer design this?
a. Cross-object formula field
b. Workflow rule
c. Validation rule
d. Assignment rule

Ans. a

2. In a Master-Detail relationship, what happens when the a record is deleted from the parent object?
a. Parent record alone gets deleted
b. Exception occurs
c. Parent and child record will not be deleted
d. All child records are deleted

Ans. d

3. What will cause the analytic snapshots run to fail? Please select three (3) choices.
a. The source report has been deleted
b. The target object has a trigger on it
c. The running user has been inactivated
d. The target object is a custom object
e. The source report is saved as matrix report

Ans. a,b,c

4. How does Salesforce enforce data access using role hierarchy?
a. Users are given access to the records owned by the users who are below them in the role hierarchy
b. Users are given access to the records owned by the users who share the same role in the role hierarchy
c. Users are given access to the records accessible by the users who are below them in the role hierarchy
d. Users are given access to the records accessible by the users who are above the role hierarchy

Ans. a

5. When you create a custom tab for a custom object, what are the features that are available by default? Please select two (2) choices.
a. Sidebar search object
b. Custom reporting
c. Recent Items
d. Ability to track activity

Ans. a,c


16 comments:

  1. 3 answer is A, C, E

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    1. Please Review again A, B and C are correct...
      http://na15.salesforce.com/help/doc/en/data_about_analytic_snap.htm

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    2. why E is not a right answer ? can u explain?

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    3. E is not correct because in that case we could not create the snapshot so there is no point to execute it.

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    4. wat happen "source report has been resaved as a matrx report"

      is it failed?

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    5. I reckon it is A C E. It fails only if it is a insert trigger on the target object.

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  2. 3: A,B,C,E options are correct

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  3. How does Salesforce enforce data access using role hierarchy?
    a. Users are given access to the records owned by the users who are below them in the role hierarchy
    b. Users are given access to the records owned by the users who share the same role in the role hierarchy
    c. Users are given access to the records accessible by the users who are below them in the role hierarchy
    d. Users are given access to the records accessible by the users who are above the role hierarchy

    Ans. a

    I think answer id D.

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    1. No it's a

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    2. no it's c
      " Users at any given role level can view, edit, and report on all data _owned_ by or _shared_ with users _below_ them in the hierarchy"
      http://login.salesforce.com/help/doc/en/admin_roles.htm

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  4. It seems to me that it is c.

    User above in Role Hierarchy can see what the user below that user can see.
    This is what I heard in a training.
    But I think Full Access will only for the records which the user which is below in Role Hierarchy owns.

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    1. It is A not C.
      User above in Role Hierarchy can see what the user below them can see, but they will not have access to those records, i.e., they cannot edit those records. They will have access, only if the user below them "owns" the record.

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