Adobe AD0-E312 Adobe Campaign Classic Developer Expert Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

An Adobe Campaign Classic Developer is creating a web service to communicate with a website. The Developer needs to create a SOAP call. Which XML code should the Campaign Classic Developer use to set up this call?





Answer : B

Question 2

A Campaign Classic Developer wants to monitor which variables are being passed through a workflow to begin debugging a JavaScript activity. To begin, the Developer needs to see all of the eventVariables that are available at each stage of the workflow by task.

During execution of a workflow, which action should the Adobe Campaign Classic Developer take to show which eventVariables are being passed throughout the workflow?

Answer : D

Question 3

An Adobe Campaign Classic Developer needs to configure the Interaction module to improve performance when determining offer eligibility. Which aspect of the configuration should the Developer configure to achieve this goal?

Answer : C

Question 4

An Adobe Campaign Classic Developer's client uses a unique customer ID to identify and contact their customers. This customer ID is a number. The client wants to send out a personalized email to all customers.

Which Exclusion setting can have a different impact if the ID would have been an email instead of a number?

Answer : A

Question 5

When connecting to an Adobe Campaign server using the Client Console, an operator gets the following error: 'HTTP code 500: The IP address via which you are accessing the server is not accepted. Connection refused.'

How should the Developer fix this issue?

Answer : B

Question 6

A Campaign developer needs to run a newly created campaign workflow. The workflow fails with the following error: ''The schema specified in the transition is not compatible with schema "nms:recipient" specified in the delivery - they must be identical''.

Which steps should the Campaign developer take to resolve this error?

Answer : A

Question 7

A developer configures two split activities (Split1 and Split2). Each split has only one resulting segment. The population of the first split is the input population of the second. The segmentCode is configured on the splits as follows:

Split 1

Name: Split1

segmentCode = 'segment1' Split 2

Name: Split2

segmentCode = 'segment2'

All splits and subsequent segments result in records. The Campaign developer turns on the Concatenate the code of each segment with the code found in the input population option of the second split

What is the resulting segmentCode value?

Answer : C

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