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Question No: 1 of 9
Which of the following option is true regarding events 
Options:
  1. Synchronous events execute after an action has committed
  2. Asynchronous events execute after an action has committed
  3. Asynchronous events execute before and after an action had committed
  4. Synchronous events execute before and after an action have committed
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
A synchronous event executes before an action has taken place whereas an Asynchronous event executes after an action has taken place.

Question No: 2 of 9
Find the false statement from following regarding events? 
Options:
  1. After events are always executed in asynchronous mode
  2. After Events do not support cancelling the event action
  3. After events are always executed in synchronous mode
  4. None
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:

Question No: 3 of 9
which of the following option is not true regarding events? 
Options:
  1. An event can be triggered when a new list is being created
  2. We can display our custom error page after cancelling an event
  3. An event can be triggered when a list is getting deleted
  4. We can display only a standard error page after cancelling an event
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
In SharePoint 2010 we can now display not only a standard error page but also a custom error page

Question No: 4 of 9
How will you cancel a deployment from central admin -> solution management, if its stuck at “deploying” or “Error”. 
Options:
  1. PowerShell
  2. Retracting Solution in Central Administration
  3. Force Timer Jobs execution
  4. Both a and c.
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
You can either try to force execute timer jobs using execadmsvcjobs command or can cancel the dpeloyment using stsadm command stsadm –o cancaldeployment –id {GUID} command. The Id here would be GUID of the timer or deployment job. You can get the Id from stsadm enumdeployment command. This will display all the deployments which are process or are stuck with Error.

Question No: 5 of 9
What base class do event receivers inherit from? 
Options:
  1. SPListEventReciever
  2. SPItemEventReciever
  3. SpEventReciverBase
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Event receivers either inherit from the SPListEventReciever base class or the SPItemEventReciever base class, both which derive from the abstract base class SPEventReceiverBase.

Question No: 6 of 9
If I wanted not to allow people to delete documents from a document library, which event should I use? 
Options:
  1. ItemRemove
  2. ItemDeleting
  3. ItemDelete
  4. ItemDeleted
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
You would on the ItemDeleting event set: properties. Cancel= true.

Question No: 7 of 9
What is the difference between an asynchronous and synchronous event receiver? 
Options:
  1. asynchronous are after events and synchronous events are before events
  2. asynchronous are before events and synchronous events are after events
  3. asynchronous are after events and synchronous events are after events
  4. asynchronous are before events and synchronous events are before events
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
An asynchronous event occurs after an action has taken place, and a synchronous event occurs before an action has taken place. For example, an asynchronous event is ItemAdded, and its sister synchronous event is ItemAdding

Question No: 8 of 9
How do make an existing non-publishing site to Publish? 
Options:
  1. Activate a feature in Central Administration
  2. Activate a feature in Site Collection
  3. Activate a feature in Site Level
  4. Activate a feature in Web Application
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
You can simply activate Site Collection the SharePoint Publishing Feature, you want to make publishing.

Question No: 9 of 9
What are Application Pages in SharePoint? 
Options:
  1. Administrative Page
  2. Pages in Wiki page Library Site Pages
  3. WebPart Page
  4. None
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
Unlike site pages (for example, default.aspx), a custom application page is deployed once per Web server and cannot be customized on a site-by-site basis. Application pages are based in the virtual _layouts directory. In addition, they are compiled into a single assembly DLL. A good example of an Application Page is the default Site Settings page: every site has one, and it's not customizable on a per site basis (although the contents can be different for sites). With application pages, you can also add inline code. With site pages, you cannot add inline code.

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