IBM Worklight V6.0 Mobile Application Development: 000-278 Exam
000-278 Questions & Answers
Exam Code: 000-278
Exam Name: IBM Worklight V6.0 Mobile Application Development
Q & A: 60 Q&As
A mobile application developer has a business requirement that data be encrypted while at rest
on the mobile device. As data is stored in the encrypted cache, the application developer starts
seeing strange behavior and cannot find this behavior in the documentation. What is the cause of
the strange behavior?
A. The encrypted cache is closed.
B. The encrypted cache has exceeded the 5 Mb limit.
C. The AES 256-bit encryption key is corrupt.
D. The credentials used to open the cache are invalid.
A mobile application developer has created and deployed an HTTP adapter which accepts a
userid and returns employee location data. For the adapter to be invoked using the client side
WL.Client.invokeProcedure API, which properties does the application developer need to include
in the invocationData object?
A. parameters, procedure
B. parameters, procedure, timeout
C. adapter, parameters, procedure
D. adapter, parameters, procedure, timeout
A mobile application developer has chosen to use the JSONStore API to cache data locally for
use when the application is offline. Which statement accurately describes the JSONStore
A. The JSONStore has a maximum storage capacity of 5 M
B. B. The JSONStore API can be extended to better fit their needs.
C. The JSONStore extends the encrypted cache capability of supporting multiple users by adding support
D. The Worklight adapter that is being used with the JSONStore can request or pull updated data when
working in connected mode.
A Worklight application developer has used the File > New > Worklight Environment option from
Worklight Studio to add a specific environment for Android to the project. This has created an
Android folder under the apps\application name folder. Which new, unique folder name that does
not exist in common is in the Android folder?
A mobile application developer has created an application for indoor shopping mall customers.
The application needs to distinguish shopping areas from eating areas inside the mall using WiFi.
How can the application developer do this?
A. Use WL.Device.getContext() to return the current geofence.
B. Use a DwellInside trigger to determine which area the user is in.
C. Use a PositionChange trigger to signal when the user moves into a different area.
D. Use the WL.Device.Geo.Profiles API to set the acquisition policy to acquire information from bluetooth,
NFC, and WiFi broadcasts.
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