0
Q:

You are the administrator of a SQL Server 2000 computer. The server contains a database named Inventory. The database has a Parts table that has a field named InStock.When parts are shipped, a table named PartsShipped is updated. When parts are received, a table named PartsReceived is updated. The relationship of these tables is shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

You want the database to update the InStock field automatically. What should you do?

A) Add triggers to the PartsShipped and the PartsReceived tables that update the InStock field in the Parts table. B) Use a view that creates anInStock field as part of an aggregate query.
C) Create stored procedures for modifying the PartsReceived and the PartsShipped tables that also modify the InStock field in the Parts table. Use these procedures exclusively when modifying data in the PartsReceived and the PartsShipped tables. D) Create a user-defined function that calculates current inventory by running aggregate queries on the PartsShipped and PartsReceived tables.

Answer:   A) Add triggers to the PartsShipped and the PartsReceived tables that update the InStock field in the Parts table.

Explanation:

Triggers are a special class of stored procedure defined to fire automatically when an UPDATE, INSERT, or DELETE statement is issued against a table or view. They are powerful tools that can be used to enforce business rules automatically when data is modified. Triggers can extend the integrity checking logic of SQL Server constraints, defaults, and rules, although constraints and defaults should be used instead whenever they provide all the needed functionality. In this scenario an AFTER UPDATE trigger can be used to update the tables to update the PartsShipped and the PartsReceived tables that update the InStock column in the parts table.

Q:

Which operating system(s) can you upgrade to Windows 2000 Server?

A) Windows 95 B) Windows 98
C) Windows for Workgroups D) Windows NT Server 4.0
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Windows NT Server 4.0

Explanation:

The only operating systems that can be upgraded to Windows 2000 Server are Windows NT Server 3.51 and Windows NT Server 4.0 E is the only correct answer.

Report Error

View Answer Workspace Report Error Discuss

0 407
Q:

You are installing Windows 2000 on a computer that already has another operating system installed on it. You choose to install Windows 2000 in a different folder than the previously installed operating system. What will Windows 2000 do?

A) Abort the installation process B) Delete the previously installed operating system
C) Display an error message indicating that windows 2000 cannot be installed in a different folder D) Cause the computer to dual boot between Windows 2000 and the previously installed operating system
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Cause the computer to dual boot between Windows 2000 and the previously installed operating system

Explanation:

When windows 2000 is installed in the same folder as the other operating system, Windows 2000 will delete the previously installed operating system. When Windows 2000 is installed in a different folder than the other operating system, it will automatically configure the computer to dual boot between Windows 2000 and the previously installed operating system.

Report Error

View Answer Workspace Report Error Discuss

0 437
Q:

You create a mirrored volume on a Windows 2000 Server computer. What additional item should you create?

A) A new Config.nt file B) A new Auto exec.nt file
C) A fault tolerance boot disk D) A set of Windows 2000 Setup Boot Disks
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) A fault tolerance boot disk

Explanation:

A fault tolerance boot disk is a floppy disk that you create that enables you to boot your Windows 2000 computer in the event that the first disk in your computer's mirrored volume fails. This disk contains an edited copy of the Boot.ini file.

Report Error

View Answer Workspace Report Error Discuss

0 429
Q:

Which hardware platform (or platforms) are supported by Windows 2000?

A) The Intel Pentium/ 166MHZ (and higher) platform B) The Compac Alpha platform
C) The PowerPC platform D) The MIPS R4000 platform
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) The Intel Pentium/ 166MHZ (and higher) platform

Explanation:

The Intel Pentium/166MHz (and higher) platform is the only hardwaer platform supported by Windows 2000.

Report Error

View Answer Workspace Report Error Discuss

0 512
Q:

You want to implement Active Directory on your Windows 2000 network. Your network consists of Windows 2000 Server computers, Windows 2000 Professional computers, Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers, and Windows 98 computers. You want to achieve optimum functionality of all the client computers with Active Directory. What should you do?

A) Install the Directory Service Client on all of the Windows 98 computers. B) Upgrade all of the Windows 98 computers to Windows 2000 Professional
C) Upgrade all of the Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers and Windows 98 computers to Windows 2000 Professional D) Nothing. Windows 2000 will automatically detect all client computers and optimize them to function with Active Directory.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Upgrade all of the Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers and Windows 98 computers to Windows 2000 Professional

Explanation:

To achieve optimum functionality of the client computers, you must upgrade all of them to Windows 2000. Upgrading some of them and/or installing the Directory Service Client will gain some functionality, but the question specifically states that "optimum functionality" is the required result.

Report Error

View Answer Workspace Report Error Discuss

1 439