Adobe Experience Manager Assets Developer certification is much hot in Adobe industry. Many Adobe candidates intend to earn the certification. To get certified, you need to pass AD0-E100 Adobe Experience Manager 6 Assets Developer. This certification demonstrates to the marketplace that you're able to perform a job role using Adobe's leading solutions. Passing AD0-E100 exam is a first step for you to earn the hot certification.
In real Adobe Experience Manager 6 Assets Developer AD0-E100 exam, there are 50 questions. Each candidate has 65 minutes to complete this AD0-E100 exam. Adobe certification AD0-E100 exam format is Multiple choice and multiple select. The required passing score of Adobe AD0-E100 exam is 72% or 550 using a scaled score format of 300 to 700. You need to spend $180 to register Adobe AD0-E100 exam.
1.1+ years CMS experience
2.1+ years CQ 5.x/AEM 6.x experience
3.1+ years Java developer experience
4.Understands taxonomies and AEM tagging, AEM workflows, JCR, Sling, OSGi and databases
Adobe Certification AD0-E100 Exam Topics
Adobe Experience Manager 6 Assets Developer AD0-E100 exam topics cover the following 3 sections.
Section 1: Workflows (22%)
Section 2: Metadata (32%)
Section 3: OSGi Bundles (28%)
AD0-E100 Adobe Experience Manager 6 Assets Developer training questions have been released for you to test the topics. Share some Adobe certification AD0-E100 exam training questions below.
1.A developer is using Create and Translate workflow with “Add to existing translation project” on assets with subassets. Which action should be taken to handle subassets?
A. Only use AEM Machine Translation, where it is the only method supported on Assets with subassets.
B. Subassets mime types must be defined in Day CQ DAM Create Asset Servlet or else they will be ignored.
C. Make sure subassets are selected before starting the workflow; otherwise, they will not be translated.
D. Select and remove the subassets from the translation job to void any potential problems.
2.A company moves the InDesign Server from the machine that runs AEM onto a different machine. The InDesign (INDD) files uploaded to the DAM no longer produce HTML, IDML, PDF, and XML renditions.What must be re-configured to fix this issue?
A. The ExtendScript library in the Media Extraction step need to be re-imported from the new machine.
B. The Links Folder Path needs to point to the new machine.
C. The Extend Scripts in the Media Extraction step need to be re-imported from the new machine.
D. The IDS Pool in the IDS worker needs to point to the new machine.
3.A user would like to take an image in AEM Assets and send a copy of the image to an external system. The copy of the image that is sent must have a specific height and width. The client cannot have rendition with the dimensions preserved in AEM.Assuming the external system includes a REST API that supports file uploads, which step in the workflow model will you do after resizing the image?
A. Apply the image profile to the folder and run the smart crop workflow.
B. Upload the image to the external system; then, delete the rendition from the JCR.
C. Modify the update asset workflow to delete the rendition from the JCR.
D. Call the REST API from the external system.
4.What is the difference between the Process Thumbnails and Create Thumbnail workflow steps.
A. The Create Thumbnail step only creates thumbnail renditions for an asset, while the Process Thumbnails step can also create a folder thumbnail and web enabled renditions.
B. The Create Thumbnail step only creates thumbnail renditions for a single asset, while the Process Thumbnails step can create thumbnail renditions for multiple assets.
C. The Create Thumbnail step only creates a single thumbnail rendition, while the Process Thumbnails step can create multiple thumbnails of different sizes.
D. The Create Thumbnail step allows the workflow author to configure the mime type of the generated thumbnail rendition, while the Process Thumbnails step does not.