Cisco 500-443 Advanced Administration and Reporting of Contact Center Enterprise CCEAAR Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

Which two files are used to deploy Finesse custom gadgets? (Choose two.)



Answer : B, D

B One of the files used to deploy Finesse custom gadgets is CSS, as it defines the style and layout of the gadget. D Another file used to deploy Finesse custom gadgets is JavaScript, as it defines the functionality and logic of the gadget. Reference = [Cisco Finesse Developer Guide Release 12.5(1)], page 9

According to the web search results, Finesse gadgets are OpenSocial gadgets that consist of the following components12:

XML to define metadata

HTML for markup

JavaScript for interactivity

CSS for presentation and style

Therefore, to deploy Finesse custom gadgets, the files that are used are CSS and JavaScript, which are responsible for the appearance and functionality of the gadgets. The other options are not correct, because they are not components of OpenSocial gadgets. Python, JSON, and C++ are different programming languages that are not used to create Finesse custom gadgets.


Question 2

What are the two destination patterns in the ingress gateway pointing to the number a customer dials considering the SIP comprehensive call flow? (Choose two.)



Answer : B, C

B One of the destination patterns in the ingress gateway pointing to the number a customer dials considering the SIP comprehensive call flow is pointing to CVP IP address, as this allows CVP to receive and process incoming calls from the ingress gateway. C Another destination pattern in the ingress gateway pointing to the number a customer dials considering the SIP comprehensive call flow is pointing to IOS q/ws loopback address, as this allows CVP to send calls back to the ingress gateway for queuing and self-service. Reference = [Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Solution Reference Network Design (SRND), Release 12.5(1)], page 11


Question 3

What is a distinction between Packaged CCE and Unified CCE, specifically regarding call transfers?



Answer : B

A distinction between Packaged CCE and Unified CCE, specifically regarding call transfers, is that transfers that require Service Provider interaction via the NIC are supported by a PCCE Deployment in a 2K deployment model only. This means that PCCE can only support pre-routing call flows with NIC in a limited scale, while UCCE can support pre-routing call flows with NIC in any deployment model. Reference = [Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Solution Reference Network Design (SRND), Release 12.5(1)], page 101


Question 4

Where is the RTP connected to the Ingress Gateway at different stages of the call?



Answer : B

B The RTP is connected to the Ingress Gateway at different stages of the call, but only when the call is connected to an agent phone. This is because CVP uses a comprehensive call flow model that transfers the call from the VVB to the agent phone and establishes an RTP session between the Ingress Gateway and the agent phone. Reference = [Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Solution Reference Network Design (SRND), Release 12.5(1)], page 11


Question 5

What are two ways a Database Action Element is configured in the Call Studio application? (Choose two.)



Answer : A, C

A JNDI name (include the jdbc/ portion) is one of the ways a Database Action Element is configured in the Call Studio application, as it specifies the name of the data source that is configured in the VVB to access the database. C SQL Query is another way a Database Action Element is configured in the Call Studio application, as it defines the SQL statement that is executed on the database to perform an operation or retrieve data. Reference = [Cisco Unified Call Studio User Guide Release 12.5(1)], page 48


Question 6

What is the first step for CCE to dynamically allocate a label?



Answer : C

The first step for CCE to dynamically allocate a label is an agent needs to log in, as this triggers the Agent PG to send a label request message to the Router. The Router then assigns a label from the available pool and sends it back to the Agent PG. Reference = [Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Solution Reference Network Design (SRND), Release 12.5(1)], page 13

According to the Scripting and Media Routing Guide for Cisco Unified ICM/Contact Center Enterprise, Release 12.5 (1) and 12.5 (2), dynamic labels are expressions that the CallRouter processes in real time, converting an expression into a character string that is then returned to the routing client as a label1. Dynamic labels are useful for routing calls to agents based on their current location, availability, or skill level.For CCE to dynamically allocate a label, an agent needs to log in and register with the system, so that the CallRouter can access the agent's information and use it in the dynamic label expression1. The other options are not correct, because they are not related to dynamic label allocation.The WB ermine service is a web service that provides access to the configuration data of the system2.The Dialer is a component that enables outbound dialing campaigns3.The CVP Call service is a service that handles call control and voice processing for calls that use Unified CVP3.


1: Cisco Packaged Contact Center Enterprise Features Guide, Release 12.0 (1)

2: Cisco Packaged Contact Center Enterprise Administration and Configuration Guide, Release 12.0 (1)

3: Scripting and Media Routing Guide for Cisco Unified ICM/Contact Center Enterprise, Release 12.5 (1) and 12.5 (2) - Dynamic Labels

Question 7

Which two nodes on the PCCE/UCCE script are responsible for routing calls to the VRU? (Choose two.)



Answer : A, D


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