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Q) What are two results when a process instance is canceled? (Pick one.)
a) All work items that are associated with the process instance is deleted.
b) canceled process instances are automatically deleted from the system.
c) The process instance is canceled in the instance selection process, but it can not be started.
d) All work items that have been pended are maintained in the lists of work item.
Q) Which three statements are true about the registry cards in preview forms? (Choose three.)
a) E 'can choose the log level for the registry in both GI and GWT Preview tabs.
b) Messages recorded by user scripts will be shown in the recording level info.
c) The level required recording in the Preview Pane will only apply to the preview session.
d) You can change the default level of logging in the user preferences.
e) E 'can choose only the log level for the registry in GI Preview tab.
Q) Which statement is true about process migration?
a) process migration is controlled through the use of migration points or the use of rules migration.
b) All activities are valid migration points
c) A rule defines migration when, how and in what version of an instance will migrate process.
d) the process migration can only be performed in the client work.
Q) In which three ways can be defined as participants in an activity user? (Choose three.)
e) Using Expressions
Q) Which two statements are true about the configuration of reusable sub-processes? (Pick one.)
a) All sub-process instances can use all or subsets of the data overlay at the beginning of that instance.
b) All sub instances must use the same complete set of data at the beginning of the sub-process.
c) changes to the data can be passed from one case to another, when the instances are running in parallel.
d) changes to the data can be passed from one case to another, when the instances are running in sequence.