Free Download the Most Update CertBus IBM LOT-985 Brain Dumps

This dump is 100% valid to pass IBM LOT-985 exam. The only tips is please do not just memorize the questions and answers, you need to get through understanding of it because the question changed a little in the real exam. Follow the instructions in the CertBus LOT-985 Developing IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Applications PDF and VCEs. All CertBus materials will help you pass your IBM exam successfully.

We CertBus has our own expert team. They selected and published the latest LOT-985 preparation materials from IBM Official Exam-Center: http://www.certbus.com/LOT-985.html

QUESTION NO:55

How can an administrator prevent users with *SECADM and *ALLOBJ authority from changing the security related system values?

A. Using SST set the “Allow system value security changes” parameter to 2 (NO).

B. Register a custom program which blocks the CHGSYSVAL command to the QIBM_QS V_SECURITY Exit Point.

C. Change the default for the SYSSECVAL parameter of the Change System Value (CHGSYSVAL) command to *REVOKE.

D. Run Change Security Attributes (CHGSECA) command with the System value security (SYS VALSEC) parameter set to *NO.

Correct Answer: A

QUESTION NO:110

A rendering system that gets XML information from back-end data sources has to display binary

image files. Also, the rendering system should handle multiple rendering targets like web

browsers, hand-held phones, and PDAs. What is the BEST way to send the binary image

information to the rendering system?

A. The rendering system should have a component to convert binary images from one format to

another.

B. XLink should be used to identity the image location for each device that can be used by the

device to display the image.

C. XSL FO can be used to format binary image objects for different rendering targets.

D. Images should be embedded as attachments to the XML documents sent to rendering

system.

Answer: B

Page 34 of 34

QUESTION NO:38

An administrator needs to install third party software into an iASP environment. The installation is failing when the program provided by the software company attempts to create and restore library objects.

What is the most efficient way for the administrator to install the software while maintaining the command integrity of the system?

A. Copy the software libraries into the system ASPThen create duplicate objects into the iASPRemove the new commands when the installation completes

B. Create a copy of the CRTLIB and RSTLIB commands, which include the iASP name, into a library that is placed first in the system portion of the library listRemove the new commands when the installation completes

C. Create a copy of the CRTLIB and RSTLIB commands, which include the ASP name, into a different library Then add that library to the user portion of the library listRemove the new commands when the installation completes

D. Create a copy of the CRTLIB and RSTLIB commands, which include the ASP name, in a different library Then add that library to the install portion of the library listRemove the new commands when the installation completes

Correct Answer: B QUESTION NO:56

A new IBM i system is being set up as an FTP host for downloads. The administrator sees that the devices connect properly, but the directory commands fail and IFS files cannot be downloaded.

What can the administrator do to correct the problem?

A. Change the FTP server\’s initial name format to *PATH.

B. Change the file extension so that it is properly translated.

C. Grant *PEAD authority for the files to the QTFTP user profile.

D. Change the CCSID of the files from 65535 to the correct number for the region.

Correct Answer: A

QUESTION NO: : 103

The -b filter junction configuration option instructs WebSEAL to remove all basic

authentication header information from any client request before forwarding the requests to

the back-end server. Which statement is true?

A. The back-end server requires basic authentication and may need to receive other user

information from WebSEAL even as WebSEAL is the single security provider

B. The back-end server does not require any authentication mechanism but may need to

receive user information from WebSEAL as WebSEAL is the single security provider

C. The back-end server does not require any authentication mechanism and does not need

to receive any user information from WebSEAL as WebSEAL is the single security

provider.

D. If the back-end server requires basic authentication but is different then the one

provided by the client to WebSEAL then the -c option can be used to supply user

authentication information from the Global Sign-On lock-box.

Answer: B

Explanation:

Author: CertBus