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TS: Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Implementation and Maintenance 70-432 Exam

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70-432 Exam Skills Being Measured

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.

Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2008 (10 percent)

Maintaining SQL Server Instances (13 percent)

Managing SQL Server Security (15 percent)

Maintaining a SQL Server Database (16 percent)

Performing Data Management Tasks (14 percent)

Monitoring and Troubleshooting SQL Server (13 percent)

Optimizing SQL Server Performance (10 percent)

Implementing High Availability (9 percent)

 

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For example:

You work in a company which is named Wiikigo Corp. The company uses SQL Server 2008. You are the administrator of the company database. Now you are in charge of two instances both of which run on the same computer. One is a SQL Server 2008 instance; another is a SQL Server 2005 instance. There is a database named DB1 in the SQL Server 2008 instance. DB1 uses the Fulltext indexes. Several records that include the word “root” are added to DB1. An empty resultset is returned when the Fulltext index is queried for the word “root.” You must make sure the query can return records that contain the word “root”.

What should you do?

A.You should terminate and restart the MSFTESQL service

B.You should rebuild the full-text index

C.The word “root” should be added to the stop list

D.The word “root” should be added to the thesaurus file

Answer:B

 

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