Imagine a DR scenario where the main Production database goes down one afternoon. All processes use work queues and all new work is loaded first thing each morning. The database is backed up regularly but not in real time, so the restored back up will be slightly out of date, say by 1 hour. If the backup was restored, and processes were restarted what would be the effect? (select 2 responses)
A process is required for a telecoms company to work cases supplied via a daily Excel file Although the file will only contain around 1000 rows, the average case time is such that the workload is far too big for one machine to complete in a day, so the solution has been designed with multiple machines in mind. One machine will load the work queue while the others wait, then once the queue is ready all machines will work it together. The requirements state that the input file is machine generated, has a known format is generally clean but may contain exceptions - rows with an empty cell, partial phone numbers, or accounts that don't exist. What should the solution do to combat this problem?
SanQuest Bank's call centre regularly receives requests from customers for the exact amount required to clear their loan This is a complicated calculation that is prone to human error. The bank has decided to use Blue Prism to perform the calculation and is considering amending its front end system OneBase to allow a user to click a button to request a Loan Consolidation Amount. They plan to communicate with Blue Prism using web services Consider the two proposed designs:
Here a Blue Prism object is exposed as a web service OneBase calls this service providing the account number The Blue Prism object add the case to a work queue and then returns the Case ID to complete the web service call
A Blue Prism process works the queue and harvests the data required to perform the calculation. The same Blue Prism process calls a OneBase web service and provides the loan settlement figure. OneBase completes the web service call by returning a success flag.
Here the Blue Process that harvests the data is exposed a web service with the loan settlement figure as an output. OneBase calls the web service and provides the account number. The Blue Prism process harvests the data and completes the web service call by providing the loan settlement figure.
Considering Blue Prism best practice which of the following statements is correct?
An Insurance company has created 4 Blue Prism processes: 1. Change of Address
2 Claims Processing
4 Order Letter
The Order Letter process is not a published process but is called as a sub process by each of the 3 other processes.
Each day at 6am a scheduler starts:
* 3 instances of the Renewals process on the same virtual machine
* 2 instances of the Claims Processing process on 2 different virtual machines
* 1 instance of the Change of Address process on its own virtual machine
How many licenses will be consumed by the running processes?