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NO.1 A company uses SharePoint for internal collaboration. SharePoint is deployed on a server farm
with a single front-end server, a single application server, and a dedicated database server.
You review existing Web Parts that read from and write to SharePoint lists. You find the following
code in one of the utility classes and notice memory leaks in the method.
You need to ensure that there are no memory leaks in the method.
What should you do?
A. Add a finally statement and include siteCollection.Dispose ();
B. Add a finally statement and include site.Dispose ().
C. Add siteCollection.Dispose() to the catch statement.
D. Add site.Dispose() to the catch statement.
Need to manually dispose of the siteCollection instance. This can be done through a finally
* Try and finally blocks or a using statement would be required to avoid potential leaks
when you create a disposable object within a foreach block, as shown in the following code
SPWebApplication webApp = siteCollectionOuter.WebApplication;
SPSiteCollection siteCollections = webApp.Sites;
SPSite siteCollectionInner = null;
foreach (siteCollectionInner in siteCollections)
try //Should be first statement after foreach.
//Exception occurs here.
if(siteCollectionInner != null)
* Why Dispose? Several of the Windows SharePoint Services objects, primarily the SPSite class and
SPWeb class objects, are created as managed objects. However, these objects use unmanaged code
and memory to perform the majority of their work. The managed part of the object is much smaller
than the unmanaged part. Because the smaller managed part does not put memory pressure on the
garbage collector, the garbage collector does not release the object from memory in a timely
manner. The object's use of a large amount of unmanaged memory can cause some of the unusual
behaviors described earlier. Calling applications that work with IDisposable objects in Windows
SharePoint Services must dispose of the objects when the applications finish using them. You should
not rely on the garbage collector to release them from memory automatically.
Reference: Best Practices: Using Disposable Windows SharePoint Services Objects
NO.2 You are developing a site-provisioning engine for a company. You create a site request page
that employees use to specify the site template, title, and URL for a site. The site request page stores
site requests in a list named Site Requests that is at the root of the site collection. You configure an
approval workflow for the list.
Site creation must start at 3:00 AM each day. You must create sites in batches of no more than 10
sites. You must not create sites until they are approved.
You need to create the site-provisioning engine.
Which two actions would you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. Create a new timer job that derives from SPWorkItemJobDefinition. Schedule the timer job to run
at 3:00 AM.
B. Create an ItemUpdated event receiver for the Site Requests list. Initiate site provisioning if the
value of the ModerationInformation property is set to the value SPModerationStatusType.Approved.
C. Create a new timer job that derives from SPJobDefinition. Schedule the timer job to run at 3:00
D. Create an ItemAdded event receiver for the Site Requests list. Initiate site provisioning if the value
of the ModerationInformation property is set to the value SPModerationStatusType.Approved.
E. Create an ItemUpdated event receiver for the Site Requests list. Create a new work item if the
value of the ModerationInformnation property is set to the value
A: Site provivison only initiated if it is approved.
B: A Work Item Job can be scheduled to run operations in SharePoint. A Work Item Timer Job is
essentially a queue where you add list items that need to be processed. When the Work Item Timer
Job runs, it pulls items from the queue and process the item.
Not C: An SP Job would not be able to process items from a queue.
Reference: All About Sharepoint Work Item Timer Jobs
A web application that listens on port 80 has been created for Internet users to access your
company's SharePoint site.
The web application uses claims-based authentication.
Users report that they are prompted for credentials when they access the site in their browser.
You need to enable anonymous access.
On the Manage web applications page in Central Administration, which option should you select? (To
answer, select the appropriate menu item in the answer area.)
NO.4 You receive an error when you deploy the app.
You need to resolve the error.
What should you do?
A. Enable side-loading of apps in the app manifest.
B. Enable side-loading of apps in the Visual Studio project properties.
C. Deploy the app to https://contoso-my.sharepoint.com.
D. Create a deployment package and upload the app to the app catalog in SharePoint.
We should deploy the app to the Development site, that is https://contoso.sharepoint.com/tasks
(see Existing Site Configuration in scenario).
*Loading Apps directly from Visual Studio only works if the destination is a Developer site. That form
of distribution, called side loading, is only used when testing and debugging an App. To load an App in
a regular site you need to add the .App package produced in Visual to the App Catalog site that is
associated with your Web Application. From there you will be able to load the app using the Site
Contents link in your site.
*Issue: While we try creating a SharePoint 2013 App in a SharePoint hosted model and when we try
to deploy the solution, we get an "Error occurred in deployment step 'Install app for SharePoint': Side
loading of apps is not enabled on this site.
1.That is, while creating a site collection/site where you want to deploy the app, create it using the
"Developer Site" template under the Collaboration tab.
2.Always the app should be published/deployed to the developer site (A site collection with the
Developer Site Template). And from this developer site you can add the App to your SharePoint site
Scenario: Pending Issues When you deploy the app from Visual Studio 2012, you receive the error:
"Error occurred in de-ployment step 'Install app for SharePoint': Sideloading of apps is not enabled on
Reference: Side Loading of apps is not enabled on this site error while installing app in SharePoint