|Disclaimer: The purpose of these questions is to review the content of todays lecture. The questions have been posted by students from the course and are not entirely reviewed.|
Responsible for today's questions are:
|Team 29||Holger Brueggemann, Dirk Hopmann, Christian Oette|
|Team 30||Matthias Braunst, Salvador Rosales, Christian Stevens|
|Team 31||Klaus Engeln, Oscar Lopez, Emir Osmanoglu|
Question 1: 8.1 Portal technologies
According to the Lotusphere presentation by Carol Jones, which of the following statements are part of the portal principle?
A) A portal combines application user interfaces together into one unified presentation.
B) Portal users can integrate their own locally installed applications into their portal environment.
C) Portal users in different roles see different pages and content.
D) Administrators can either lock areas of a portal page or let end users customize them.
Question 2: 8.2 Portal technologies
According to the Lotusphere presentation by Carol Jones, which of the following statements are part of the portlet principle?
A) Each portlet is a separate application that is developed independently.
B) Each portlet is a separate application that can be placed anywhere on the page.
C) Portlets can support multiple devices like Phones and Organizers.
D) Portlets can support multiple devices and provide unique views for each of them.
Question 3: 8.3 Portal technologies
Fill in the blank in the following sentence about the WebSphere Portal Server:
In the WebSphere Portal environment each
is a separate application and can support multiple devices.
Question 4: 8.4 Portal technologies
Fill in the blank in the following sentence about the portal principle:
The portal principles set the stage for why portals are really important. The real purpose is user-oriented process
Question 5: 10.1 Lotus Strategy
What are key benefits of using NextGen Mail?
A) Highly scalable.
B) Improved integration because it's standards based.
C) Improved TCO.
D) Better document database integration.
Question 6: 10.2 Lotus Strategy
Collaboration on demand
What are the different phases of the IBM collaboration on demand initiative?
A) Access - Transforming communications.
B) On demand - Transformation across processes and enterprises.
C) Management - from access to delegation.
D) Integration - from access to actions.