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Question No.181

Overview

You are a database administrator for a company named Litware, Inc.

Litware is a book publishing house. Litware has a main office and a branch office.

You are designing the database infrastructure to support a new web-based application that is being developed.

The web application will be accessed at www.litwareinc.com. Both internal employees and external partners will use the application.

You have an existing desktop application that uses a SQL Server 2008 database named App1_DB.

App1_DB will remain in production.

Requirements Planned Changes

You plan to deploy a SQL Server 2014 instance that will contain two databases named Database1 and Database2.

All database files will be stored in a highly available SAN. Database1 will contain two tables named Orders and OrderDetails.

Database1 will also contain a stored procedure named usp_UpdateOrderDetails.

The stored procedure is used to update order information. The stored procedure queries the Orders table twice each time the procedure executes.

The rows returned from the first query must be returned on the second query unchanged along with any rows added to the table between the two read operations.

Database1 will contain several queries that access data in the Database2 tables. Database2 will contain a table named Inventory.

Inventory will contain over 100 GB of data.

The Inventory table will have two indexes: a clustered index on the primary key and a nonclustered index.

The column that is used as the primary key will use the identity property.

Database2 wilt contains a stored procedure named usp_UpdateInventory. usp_UpdateInventory will manipulate a table that contains a self-join that has an unlimited number of hierarchies. All data in Database2 is recreated each day ad does not change until the next data creation process. Data from Database2 will be accessed periodically by an external application named Application1. The data from Database2 will be sent to a database named Appl_Dbl as soon as changes occur to the data in Database2. Litware plans to use offsite storage for all SQL Server 2014 backups.

Business Requirements

You have the following requirements:

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Costs for new licenses must be minimized.

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Private information that is accessed by Application must be stored in a secure format. Development effort must be minimized whenever possible.

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The storage requirements for databases must be minimized.

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System administrators must be able to run real-time reports on disk usage. The databases must be available if the SQL Server service fails.

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Database administrators must receive a detailed report that contains allocation errors and data corruption.

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Application developers must be denied direct access to the database tables. Applications must be denied direct access to the tables.

You must encrypt the backup files to meet regulatory compliance requirements.

The encryption strategy must minimize changes to the databases and to the applications.

You need to recommend a solution to allow application users to perform UPDATE operations on the database tables. The solution must meet the business requirements.

What should you recommend?

  1. Create stored procedures that use EXECUTE AS clauses.

  2. Create a user-defined database role and add users to the role.

  3. Create functions that use EXECUTE AS clauses.

  4. Create a Policy-Based Management Policy.

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

EXECUTE AS Clause (Transact-SQL)

In SQL Server you can define the execution context of the following user-defined modules: functions (except inline table-valued functions), procedures, queues, and triggers.

Question No.182

DRAG DROP

You plan to deploy SQL Server 2014.

You identify the following security requirements for the deployment:

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Users must be prevented from intercepting and reading the T-SQL statements sent from the clients to the database engine.

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All database files and log files must be encrypted if the files are moved to another disk on another server.

You need to identify which feature meets each security requirement. The solution must minimize processor overhead.

Which features should you identify?

To answer, drag the appropriate feature to the correct requirement in the answer area.

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Correct Answer:

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Question No.183

Overview

Application Overview

Contoso, Ltd., is the developer of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) application.

Contoso is designing a new version of the ERP application. The previous version of the ERP application used SQL Server 2008 R2.

The new version will use SQL Server 2014.

The ERP application relies on an import process to load supplier data. The import process

updates thousands of rows simultaneously, requires exclusive access to the database, and runs daily.

You receive several support calls reporting unexpected behavior in the ERP application. After analyzing the calls, you conclude that users made changes directly to the tables in the database.

Tables

The current database schema contains a table named OrderDetails.

The OrderDetails table contains information about the items sold for each purchase order. OrderDetails stores the product ID, quantities, and discounts applied to each product in a purchase order.

The product price is stored in a table named Products. The Products table was defined by using the SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS collation.

A column named ProductName was created by using the varchar data type. The database contains a table named Orders.

Orders contains all of the purchase orders from the last 12 months. Purchase orders that are older than 12 months are stored in a table named OrdersOld.

The previous version of the ERP application relied on table-level security.

Stored Procedures

The current version of the database contains stored procedures that change two tables. The following shows the relevant portions of the two stored procedures:

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Customer Problems Installation Issues

The current version of the ERP application requires that several SQL Server logins be set up to function correctly. Most customers set up the ERP application in multiple locations and must create logins multiple times.

Index Fragmentation Issues

Customers discover that clustered indexes often are fragmented. To resolve this issue, the

customers defragment the indexes more frequently. All of the tables affected by fragmentation have the following columns that are used as the clustered index key:

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Backup Issues

Customers who have large amounts of historical purchase order data report that backup time is unacceptable.

Search Issues

Users report that when they search product names, the search results exclude product names that contain accents, unless the search string includes the accent.

Missing Data Issues

Customers report that when they make a price change in the Products table, they cannot retrieve the price that the item was sold for in previous orders.

Query Performance Issues

Customers report that query performance degrades very quickly. Additionally, the customers report that users cannot run queries when SQL Server runs maintenance tasks. Import Issues During the monthly import process, database administrators receive many supports call from users who report that they cannot access the supplier data. The database administrators want to reduce the amount of time required to import the data.

Design Requirements

File Storage Requirements

The ERP database stores scanned documents that are larger than 2 MB. These files must only be accessed through the ERP application. File access must have the best possible read and write performance.

Data Recovery Requirements

If the import process fails, the database must be returned to its prior state immediately.

Security Requirements

You must provide users with the ability to execute functions within the ERP application, without having direct access to the underlying tables.

Concurrency Requirements

You must reduce the likelihood of deadlocks occurring when Sales.Prod and Sales.Proc2 execute. You need to recommend a solution that addresses the installation issues.

What should you include in the recommendation?

  1. Windows logins

  2. Server roles

  3. Contained users

  4. Database roles

Correct Answer: C

Explanation:

Scenario: Installation Issues The current version of the ERP application requires that several SQL Server logins be set up to function correctly. Most customers set up the ERP application in multiple locations and must create logins multiple times.

Creating contained users enables the user to connect directly to the contained database. This is a very significant feature in high availability and disaster recovery scenarios such as in an AlwaysOn solution. If the users are contained users, in case of failover, people would be able to connect to the secondary without creating logins on the instance hosting the secondary. This provides an immediate benefit.

Question No.184

Overview

Application Overview

Contoso, Ltd., is the developer of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) application.

Contoso is designing a new version of the ERP application. The previous version of the ERP application used SQL Server 2008 R2.

The new version will use SQL Server 2014.

The ERP application relies on an import process to load supplier data. The import process updates thousands of rows simultaneously, requires exclusive access to the database, and runs daily.

You receive several support calls reporting unexpected behavior in the ERP application. After analyzing the calls, you conclude that users made changes directly to the tables in the database.

Tables

The current database schema contains a table named OrderDetails.

The OrderDetails table contains information about the items sold for each purchase order. OrderDetails stores the product ID, quantities, and discounts applied to each product in a purchase order.

The product price is stored in a table named Products. The Products table was defined by using the SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS collation.

A column named ProductName was created by using the varchar data type. The database contains a table named Orders.

Orders contains all of the purchase orders from the last 12 months. Purchase orders that are older than 12 months are stored in a table named OrdersOld.

The previous version of the ERP application relied on table-level security.

Stored Procedures

The current version of the database contains stored procedures that change two tables. The following shows the relevant portions of the two stored procedures:

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Customer Problems Installation Issues

The current version of the ERP application requires that several SQL Server logins be set up to function correctly. Most customers set up the ERP application in multiple locations and must create logins multiple times.

Index Fragmentation Issues

Customers discover that clustered indexes often are fragmented. To resolve this issue, the customers defragment the indexes more frequently. All of the tables affected by fragmentation have the following columns that are used as the clustered index key:

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Backup Issues

Customers who have large amounts of historical purchase order data report that backup time is unacceptable.

Search Issues

Users report that when they search product names, the search results exclude product names that contain accents, unless the search string includes the accent.

Missing Data Issues

Customers report that when they make a price change in the Products table, they cannot retrieve the price that the item was sold for in previous orders.

Query Performance Issues

Customers report that query performance degrades very quickly. Additionally, the customers report that users cannot run queries when SQL Server runs maintenance tasks. Import Issues During the monthly import process, database administrators receive many supports call from

users who report that they cannot access the supplier data. The database administrators want to reduce the amount of time required to import the data.

Design Requirements

File Storage Requirements

The ERP database stores scanned documents that are larger than 2 MB. These files must only be accessed through the ERP application. File access must have the best possible read and write performance.

Data Recovery Requirements

If the import process fails, the database must be returned to its prior state immediately.

Security Requirements

You must provide users with the ability to execute functions within the ERP application, without having direct access to the underlying tables.

Concurrency Requirements

You must reduce the likelihood of deadlocks occurring when Sales.Prod and Sales.Proc2 execute.

You need to recommend a solution that meets the data recovery requirement. What should you include in the recommendation?

  1. A differential backup

  2. A transaction log backup

  3. Snapshot isolation

  4. A database snapshot

Correct Answer: D

Question No.185

You administer a Microsoft SQL Server 2016 instance.

After a routine shutdown, the drive that contains tempdb fails. You need to be able to start the SQL Server.

What should you do?

  1. Modify tempdb location in startup parameters.

  2. Start SQL Server in minimal configuration mode.

  3. Start SQL Server in single-user mode.

  4. Configure SQL Server to bypass Windows application logging.

Correct Answer: B

Question No.186

DRAG DROP

You are planning to deploy a database to Windows Azure SQL Database.

You need to design a stored procedure to update rows. The stored procedure must meet the following requirements:

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If more than one row is updated, an error must be raised to the application and the update must be discarded.

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The stored procedure must be designed to maximize concurrency. What should you include in the design?

To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.

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Correct Answer:

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Question No.187

Overview

Application Overview

Contoso, Ltd., is the developer of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) application.

Contoso is designing a new version of the ERP application. The previous version of the ERP application used SQL Server 2008 R2.

The new version will use SQL Server 2014.

The ERP application relies on an import process to load supplier data. The import process updates thousands of rows simultaneously, requires exclusive access to the database, and runs daily.

You receive several support calls reporting unexpected behavior in the ERP application. After analyzing the calls, you conclude that users made changes directly to the tables in the database.

Tables

The current database schema contains a table named OrderDetails.

The OrderDetails table contains information about the items sold for each purchase order. OrderDetails stores the product ID, quantities, and discounts applied to each product in a purchase order.

The product price is stored in a table named Products. The Products table was defined by using the SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS collation.

A column named ProductName was created by using the varchar data type. The database contains a table named Orders.

Orders contains all of the purchase orders from the last 12 months. Purchase orders that are older than 12 months are stored in a table named OrdersOld.

The previous version of the ERP application relied on table-level security.

Stored Procedures

The current version of the database contains stored procedures that change two tables. The following shows the relevant portions of the two stored procedures:

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Customer Problems Installation Issues

The current version of the ERP application requires that several SQL Server logins be set up to function correctly. Most customers set up the ERP application in multiple locations and must create logins multiple times.

Index Fragmentation Issues

Customers discover that clustered indexes often are fragmented. To resolve this issue, the customers defragment the indexes more frequently. All of the tables affected by fragmentation have the following columns that are used as the clustered index key:

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Backup Issues

Customers who have large amounts of historical purchase order data report that backup time is unacceptable.

Search Issues

Users report that when they search product names, the search results exclude product names that contain accents, unless the search string includes the accent.

Missing Data Issues

Customers report that when they make a price change in the Products table, they cannot retrieve the price that the item was sold for in previous orders.

Query Performance Issues

Customers report that query performance degrades very quickly. Additionally, the customers report that users cannot run queries when SQL Server runs maintenance tasks. Import Issues During the monthly import process, database administrators receive many supports call from users who report that they cannot access the supplier data. The database administrators want to reduce the amount of time required to import the data.

Design Requirements

File Storage Requirements

The ERP database stores scanned documents that are larger than 2 MB. These files must only be accessed through the ERP application. File access must have the best possible read and write performance.

Data Recovery Requirements

If the import process fails, the database must be returned to its prior state immediately.

Security Requirements

You must provide users with the ability to execute functions within the ERP application, without having direct access to the underlying tables.

Concurrency Requirements

You must reduce the likelihood of deadlocks occurring when Sales.Prod and Sales.Proc2 execute. You need to recommend a solution that resolves the missing data issue.

The solution must minimize the amount of development effort. What should you recommend?

  1. Denormalize the Products table.

  2. Denormalize the OrderDetails table.

  3. Normalize the OrderDetails table.

  4. Normalize the Products table.

Correct Answer: D Explanation: Scenario:

Missing Data Issues

Customers report that when they make a price change in the Products table, they cannot retrieve the price that the item was sold for in previous orders.

The current database schema contains a table named OrderDetails. The OrderDetails table contains information about the items sold for each purchase order. OrderDetails stores the product ID, quantities, and discounts applied to each product in a purchase order.

The product price is stored in a table named Products.

Question No.188

DRAG DROP

Overview

Application Overview

Contoso, Ltd., is the developer of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) application.

Contoso is designing a new version of the ERP application. The previous version of the ERP application used SQL Server 2008 R2.

The new version will use SQL Server 2014.

The ERP application relies on an import process to load supplier data. The import process updates thousands of rows simultaneously, requires exclusive access to the database, and runs daily.

You receive several support calls reporting unexpected behavior in the ERP application. After analyzing the calls, you conclude that users made changes directly to the tables in the database.

Tables

The current database schema contains a table named OrderDetails.

The OrderDetails table contains information about the items sold for each purchase order. OrderDetails stores the product ID, quantities, and discounts applied to each product in a purchase order.

The product price is stored in a table named Products. The Products table was defined by using the SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS collation.

A column named ProductName was created by using the varchar data type. The database contains a table named Orders.

Orders contains all of the purchase orders from the last 12 months. Purchase orders that are older than 12 months are stored in a table named OrdersOld.

The previous version of the ERP application relied on table-level security.

Stored Procedures

The current version of the database contains stored procedures that change two tables. The following shows the relevant portions of the two stored procedures:

image

Customer Problems Installation Issues

The current version of the ERP application requires that several SQL Server logins be set up to function correctly. Most customers set up the ERP application in multiple locations and must create logins multiple times.

Index Fragmentation Issues

Customers discover that clustered indexes often are fragmented. To resolve this issue, the customers defragment the indexes more frequently. All of the tables affected by fragmentation have the following columns that are used as the clustered index key:

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Backup Issues

Customers who have large amounts of historical purchase order data report that backup time is unacceptable.

Search Issues

Users report that when they search product names, the search results exclude product names that contain accents, unless the search string includes the accent.

Missing Data Issues

Customers report that when they make a price change in the Products table, they cannot retrieve the price that the item was sold for in previous orders.

Query Performance Issues

Customers report that query performance degrades very quickly. Additionally, the customers report that users cannot run queries when SQL Server runs maintenance tasks. Import Issues During the monthly import process, database administrators receive many supports call from

users who report that they cannot access the supplier data. The database administrators want to reduce the amount of time required to import the data.

Design Requirements

File Storage Requirements

The ERP database stores scanned documents that are larger than 2 MB. These files must only be accessed through the ERP application. File access must have the best possible read and write performance.

Data Recovery Requirements

If the import process fails, the database must be returned to its prior state immediately.

Security Requirements

You must provide users with the ability to execute functions within the ERP application, without having direct access to the underlying tables.

Concurrency Requirements

You must reduce the likelihood of deadlocks occurring when Sales.Prod and Sales.Proc2 execute. You need to recommend which statement should be used to update SalesOrder.

How should you recommend completing the statement?

To answer, drag the appropriate elements to the correct locations. Each element may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.

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Correct Answer:

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Question No.189

You administer a Microsoft SQL Server 2016 failover cluster.

You need to ensure that a failover occurs when the server diagnostics returns query_processing error.

Which server configuration property should you set?

  1. SqlOumperDumpFlags

  2. FailureConditionLevel

  3. HealthCheckTimeout

  4. SqlDumperDumpPath

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

The SQL Server Database Engine resource DLL determines whether the detected health status is a condition for failure using the FailureConditionLevel property. The FailureConditionLevel property defines which detected health statuses cause restarts or failovers. Multiple levels of options are available, ranging from no automatic restart or failover to all possible failure conditions resulting in an automatic restart or failover.

References:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/sql-server/failover-clusters/windows/failover-policy-for- failover-cluster-instances

Question No.190

You have two SQL Server 2012 instances named SQLDev and SQLProd.

You plan to create a new database on SQLProd that will use SQL Server Authentication.

You need to ensure that when the new database is copied from SQLProd to SQLDev, users can connect to the database on SQLDev if they do not have a login on the SQLDev instance.

What should you use? More than one answer choice may achieve the goal. Select the BEST answer.

  1. SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) scripts

  2. Extended Events

  3. Triggers

  4. SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) scripts

  5. Contained database

Correct Answer: E

Explanation:

A fully contained database includes all the settings and metadata required to define the database and has no configuration dependencies on the instance of the SQL Server Database Engine where the database is installed.

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