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Blue Prism ASD01 Designing Blue Prism Process Solutions Exam Practice Test

Demo: 8 questions
Total 27 questions

Designing Blue Prism Process Solutions Questions and Answers

Question 1

Which of the following accurately describes best practice when work is sourced from an application’s workflow system?

Options:

A.

There is no need to use a Blue Prism queue as workflow is managed within the application

B.

Even though there is a workflow system managing and allocating work, a Blue Prism Work Queue should still be used

C.

Blue Prism cannot source work from an application’s workflow system

D.

When sourcing work from an applications workflow system, case data should be stored in an excel document

Question 2

Consider the following high-level design.

The application concerned is prone to being sluggish or even unresponsive at times. As thesolution designer you should anticipate that there will be system exceptions and that after an exception case the application might not be in an ideal state.

What should you do? (Choose three.)

Options:

A.

Add ‘clean up’ logic to get the application in the rightposition after Apply Queue Item Result.

B.

Kill the application after each case and log back in to ensure the next case starts in the right position.

C.

Instruct the developer to build objects capable of navigating the application back to the home position.

D.

Restart the application if attempts to navigate back to the home position fail.

E.

Move Log Into Application to be before Work Step1 and move Log Out of Application to be after Step3.

F.

Add ‘clean up’ logic to get the application in the right position before Work Step1.

G.

Add ‘clean up’ logic to get the application in the right position after Work Step3.

Question 3

You are the Lead Developer tasked with delivering four processes for the same client. You have enough developers in the team to develop all the processes in parallel. All the processes have one application in common, another application is used by two processes and one process uses an application that none of the others do.

Which of the following statements is true?

Options:

A.

Other than the standard utilities, there should be 3 objects.

B.

Other than the standard utilities, there should be 4 objects.

C.

Other than the standard utilities, there should be 7 objects.

D.

It’s not possible to determine how many objects there should be.

Question 4

Which of the following statements about Blue Prism and Web Services is correct?

Options:

A.

Neither Blue Prism Processes or Business Objects can be exposed as a Web Service

B.

Only Blue Prism Processes can beexposed as a Web Service

C.

Only Blue Prism Business Objects can be exposed as a Web Service

D.

Both Blue Prism Processes or Business Objects can be exposed as a Web Service

Question 5

A process is required for a client in the banking sector that involves using an application to transfer funds between accounts. A strong security model is in place to prevent any malicious activity but the client is nervous about the risk of external problems, like a power cut leaving a case in an incomplete state or a fault in thesource data causing a case to be duplicated or an excessively large transfer to be made.

What should be included in the solution design? (Choose three.)

Options:

A.

A different queue for each major processing step.

B.

A different process for each majorprocessing step.

C.

A single queue that is cleared of all worked items at the start of each day.

D.

Rules to limit transaction values.

E.

A key value that will uniquely identify queue items.

F.

A requirement that the solution is never run on more than onemachine.

G.

An exception handling procedure to track manual referrals.

Question 6

ProSafe credit reference agency retrieves data from bank and other credit providers where customers have missed payments or gone into default. The data isvery sensitive and fed directly into a Blue Prism work queue via a web service. Blue Prism process must process the data within 4 hours. The Blue Prism solution runs continuously and each case takes approximately 30 seconds to process. It is expected thatan average of 10,000 cases per day will be required and up to 10 Blue Prism robots are available. The Blue Prism solution is sown below:

For each case of the process will access the customer account in the HotRisk system and, where an account exists, harvest the data which will be fed along with the Work Queue data into a rules engine. The rules engine is a Blue Prism process that does not interact with any target system. It merely consumes data and, via a complicated series of decision and choice stages, determines the new customer risk factor.

There is to be no scheduler used. Instead the Process Controllers who work in shifts to provide 24 hour support will stop and start process instances in line with Work Queue volumes.

As a Blue Prism process solution designer, who is reviewing the solution, which of the following would concern you? (Choose three.)

Options:

A.

The solution is not scalable.

B.

The process does not have an end stage.

C.

The rules engine has been built in a process not an object.

D.

Theprocess opens and closes the HotRisk system for each case.

E.

The data is too sensitive for automated processing.

F.

There is no scheduler.

Question 7

A process is required for a telecoms company to work cases supplied via a daily Excel file. Although the file will only contain around 1000 rows, the average case time is such that the workload is far too big for one machine to complete in a day, so the solution has been designed with multiple machines in mind. One machine will load the work queue while the others wait, then once the queue is ready all machines will work it together. The requirements state that the input file is machine generated, has a known format, is generally clean but may contain exceptions – rows with an empty cell, partial phone numbers, or accounts that don’t exist.

What should the solution do to combat this problem?

Options:

A.

The solution should read the file and load the queue without validating the data. The data validation should be the first step in working a queue item, with invalid cases marked as exceptions.

B.

The solution should open the file and delete any row with either missing, incomplete or invalid data. Then the ‘clean’ file should be read and the resulting collection added to the queue.

C.

The solution read the file and then loop through the resulting collection and discard any row with either missing, incomplete or invalid data. Then the ‘clean’ collection should then be loaded into the queue.

D.

The solution should validate the data and check that the accounts exist in the target applications beforehand, so that only clean cases are loadedinto the queue.

E.

The solution should apply a filter to the Excel file to hide any row with empty cells and only load the complete rows.

Question 8

Imagine a DR scenario where themain Production database goes down one afternoon. All processes use work queues and all new work is loaded first thing each morning. The database is backed up regularly but not in real time, so the restored back up will be slightly out of date, say by 1 hour.

If the backup was restored, and processes were restarted what would be the effect? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.

The processes would resume with the queue item being worked at the time of the incident.

B.

The processes would resume with the next available queue item.

C.

The queue item being worked at the time of the incident would be automatically marked as an exception.

D.

The queue item being worked at the time of the incident would need to be manually marked as an exception.

E.

The work queue would automatically ensure no cases is duplicated.

Demo: 8 questions
Total 27 questions