Posted: 14 Jan 2016 13:44 EST Last activity: 31 Jan 2017 13:06 EST
CSSA 7.1 practice exam
Hello, below CSSA 7.1 practice exam question lacks context. is it an email listener? my understanding is that, when configured as agent the activity is always executed & within the activity it might skip business logic if no email. may be i am missing something here.
An agent is configured to run once per day at midnight to process incoming emails. If there are no emails received that day, which statement correctly describes the agent behavior?
An Agent thread is created and the agent activity is executed.
An Agent instance is skipped for the day.
An Agent thread is not created but the activity is executed to determine if there are any emails.
An Agent thread is created but the activity is not executed.
The Agent runs to check if there are any records to process. Since there are no records it skips processing.
In looking at the following question, I do not understand why Rule E is correct. As I understand it, since Ruleset3:01-17-99 is withdrawn, and the ruleset version, major version, purpose, etc.. are all the same, Ruleset3:01-09-12 should also be hidden from resolution. Am I missing something?
An application rule lists the following application rulesets, in order:
On the system hosting the application there are five (5) instances of the section rule, XYZ.
Applies To class
Ruleset & Version
Which version of section XYZ does the system attempt to use when processing a case of type ABC?
Because this rule is not masked by a blocked or withdrawn rule, and the applies to class is more specific that Org-Div-Work, this version of section XYZ is run.
Thank you, Damien for pointing that out. I was basing it off of the info below from the student guide, but failed to taking into account that the ruleset stack had a patch version specified already. Much appreciated.
During the ranking process, the system evaluates any of the candidates that have their
Availability set to ”Withdrawn”. Withdrawn is a special Availability that lets us skip over some
candidates. When a rule is marked as Withdrawn, it is removed from the list of candidates as
well as any additional candidates that match all of the following: