Posted: 18 Feb 2020 16:45 EST Last activity: 28 Jul 2020 10:55 EDT
SLA deadline questions
The inheritance path for an application contains four copies of the pyDefault data transformation
that set property values for two properties: Work item Urgency and Prefix.
Work Item Urgency
Inscorp-ClaimAdm- Work- AutoClaim
If the Call data transforms in superclass option is enabled for each data transform, what are the
values of Work Item Urgency and Prefix use crates an auto claim case?
A. Work Item Urgency =25, prefix = [no value]
B. Work Item Urgency =20, prefix =C-.
C. Work Item Urgency =10, prefix = O-.
D. Work Item Urgency = 25, prefix = C-:
I believe D is the answer. Can some on confirm and if different please explain ?
A user view includes a list of four urgency options selectable by radio buttons. How do you configure
the selection list?
A. Configure a field group with selectable urgency options.
B. Configure a drop down field with selectable urgency options.
C. Configure a picklist with radio buttons for the urgency options.
D. Configure a Boolean field with selectable urgency options.
C seems to be the right answer (Picklist with radio buttons)
Please go through the below article for better clarity. The answer to the first question is 25 and "C-". The flow goes like this (@baseclass-->Work--->Inscorp-ClaimAdm- Work--->Inscorp-ClaimAdm- Work- AutoClaim)
The answer is D. Yes, it runs all of the transforms, but if you run tracer, you will see that it runs the transforms in reverse order...it first runs @baseclass, followed by Work....and finally runs the work-autoclaim version.
This question is vague though. While the answer is PROBABLY D, it could also be A, depending on interpretation. What I mean is this...
If the Auto-Work version does not have a property-set step that sets the prefix, then it would be D...it would get the mapping for urgency from InsCorp-ClaimAdmn-Work-AutoClaim, and it would get the prefix from InsCorp-ClaimAdmn-Work. If however, the InsCorp-ClaimAdmn-Work-AutoClaim had a property set for prefix that set it to "", then the answer would be A, because both property sets would have come from the most impl specific (work-autoclaim) transform.