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Question number: 566

» Database » Oracle

MCQ▾

Question

What built_in procedure is used to get IMAGES in Forms 4.5?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

GET_IMAGE_FILE

b.

READ_IMAGE_FILE

c.

READ_FILE

d.

GET_FILE

Answer

b.

Explanation

  • READ_IMAGE_FILE is built_in procedure to get IMAGE in forms 4.5.

  • Used to read file into am image item on a Datablock defined as blob in the database.

Question number: 567

» Basic CS » Networks

Essay Question▾

Describe in Detail

Define network management.

Explanation

Network management principles

Network Management Principles

Network management principles

  • A set of hardware and software tools allowing IT professionals to remotely supervise individual components of a network.

  • Communication and information is open and available, usually on an intranet or internet system.

Network management system components assist with:

  • Network device discovery:

    • Identifying what devices are present on a network.

  • Network device monitoring:

    • Monitoring devices to determine the health of network components and assuring that performance matches capacity plans.

  • Network performance analysis:

    • Tracking performance indicators such as bandwidth utilization, packet loss, latency, availability and uptime of routers.

  • Intelligent notifications:

    • Configurable alerts responding to specific network scenarios by paging, emailing, calling or texting a network administrator.

Question number: 568

» Basic CS » Networks

Essay Question▾

Describe in Detail

Difference between the communication and transmission.

Explanation

Difference between the communication and transmission

Difference between the communication and transmission.

Communication

Transmission

The entire process of sending and receiving data using data cable connected externally.

The transfer of data from the source to the destination.

Full exchange of information between two communication media.

Physical movement of information.

Concerned with media of communication, noise, signal strength etc.

Concerned with issues like bit polarity, synchronisation, clock etc.

Full dialogue between the source and destination is communication

Only concerned with physical movement of information- transmitting of data to the destination.

A two-way interactive process in which all the participants actively share their data.

One way data transfer