ServiceNow Certified Application Developer - ServiceNow Training and Certification Exam Practice Test

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Is it possible to change an application's scope?

Answer : B

It is possible to change an application's scope in ServiceNow, either from global to private or from private to global. However, changing the scope of an application may affect its functionality and compatibility with other applications. Therefore, it is recommended to test the application thoroughly before and after changing its scope.

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Question 4

If you create a SOAP Message, what syntax indicates a variable to pass when the function is called?

Answer : B

In the SOAP Message feature set, we indicate variables using the following syntax: S{variable_name}. This allows us to pass a variable with the specified name from the SOAP message record to the web service function.

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Identify characteristic(s) of a Record Producer.

Choose 3 answers

Answer : A, C, E

A Record Producer is a type of service catalog item that allows users to create records on a specified table. A Record Producer has the following characteristics:

Graphics can be included on the user interface: You can add images, icons, or banners to the Record Producer to make it more appealing and informative for the user. You can also use HTML and CSS to customize the layout and style of the Record Producer.

You can script behaviors of fields in the user interface: You can use Client Scripts and UI Policies to control the behavior and appearance of the fields on the Record Producer. For example, you can use Client Scripts to validate the field inputs, perform calculations, or populate default values. You can also use UI Policies to show or hide fields, make fields mandatory or read-only, or set field values based on conditions.

Each field prompts the user with a question rather than a field label: You can use the Variable Question field to define the question that prompts the user for the field value. The question can be more descriptive and user-friendly than the field label. For example, you can use the question ''What is the name of the project?'' instead of the field label ''Name''.

The other statements are not true for Record Producers. Record Producers do not always insert records into the Requested Item [sc_req_item] table. They can insert records into any table that is specified in the Record Producer properties. Record Producers also do not have to be scripted. They can use the default script that maps the variable values to the record fields, or they can use a custom script that defines the logic for creating the record.

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