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Which of the following is required to configure a Windows 95/98 system to run a distributed application that uses components running within MTS on a remote system? [Check all that apply]
a) Install the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator on the client system.
b) Install DCOM support on the client system.
c) Install MTS on the client system.
d) Run the application installation executable.
b) Install DCOM support on the client system.
d) Run the application installation executable.
After making significant changes to an ActiveX control, you determine that the control is no longer compatible with the most recently deployed version. What steps should be taken to ensure existing applications will not attempt to use the modified version?
a) Set the Version Compatibility option to Binary Compatibility.
b) Set the Version Compatibility option to Retain Compatibility.
c) Set the Version Compatibility option to No Compatibility.
d) Set the Version Compatibility option to Project Compatibility.
c) Set the Version Compatibility option to No Compatibility.
In your Standard EXE project, you have created a global variable that you called User. Somewhere in your code, the variable takes on a value of "Goofy", which causes your application to behave, well-goofy. You have used the Add Watch dialog box to configure a new Watch variable, as shown in the exhibit (Figure 13.1). What changes, if any, need to be made to the Watch variable to enter break mode when the global variable obtains the value of "Goofy"? [Check all that apply]
a) Change the Module Context to Form1.
b) Change the Procedure Context to the procedure in which the variable is declared.
c) Change the Watch Type to Break When Value Is True.
d) No changes are necessary.

c) Change the Watch Type to Break When Value Is True.
Due to the "feature creep" that has affected a recent development project undertaken by your small consulting company, it is necessary to add another developer to the project. Despite the fact that a proper scope document would have either eliminated or curtailed the unexpected "feature creep," you forge ahead and set up source code control for the development project, using Visual SourceSafe. You want to ensure that no code is added to the project that is not compilable, as intermediate builds are often made at unexpected times to satisfy the eccentric client. What must be done to ensure that no noncompilable code exists in the source code control database?
a) Compile the local projects on each developer workstation.
b) Run the auto-compile wizard to warn of the introduction of noncompilable code.
c) Schedule a nightly compile on the server housing the project database.
d) Allow simultaneous file checkouts within the project database.

a) Compile the local projects on each developer workstation.
In your Visual Basic application, you are using RDO to retrieve data from a Microsoft SQL Server. You prefer to avoid having temporary stored procedures be generated on the server when using the Execute and OpenResultset methods.
Which option should be used to accomplish this?
A) rdFetchLongColumns
B) rdAsynchEnable
C) rdExecDirect
D) rdOpenKeySet
C) rdExecDirect
After creating an ActiveX document project, you are preparing instructions for the client-as all good consultants do-explaining how to access the application. You remember that in Visual Basic 5, ActiveX documents could not be directly navigated to within the browser. What must be entered into Internet Explorer to allow the application to be accessed?
a) The HTML file containing the CODEBASE statement to link to the document
b) The ASP file that houses and instantiates the ActiveX document
c) The Automation server EXE created by the project
d) The VBD file generated for the application's initial document page

d) The VBD file generated for the application's initial document page