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Exam Instructions

This test contains 60 questions.

You will have 75 minutes to provide, review and submit your answers for exam.

You may mark any question for later review by selecting the “Mark this item for later review”
checkbox in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. You will have the opportunity to review all
your answers before the test is submitted for exam.

A grade of 70% is required to pass the test and achieve certification.



This course provides information and guidelines that may be useful in your preparation prior to attempting the Alfresco Process Services Certified Administrator (APSCA) exam.



Exam Format

The question formats used in the examination may be one or more of the following:

• Multiple Choice – Select one option which answers the question or completes a statement.

• Multiple Response – Select multiple options which answer the question or complete a statement. The question will indicate how many responses are required.

• Scenario – Read the statement or question and then select the option(s) that answer the question or statement given the information that has been provided.



Activities

The test is based upon demonstrating competency in the activities that an Alfresco Process Services Administrator would be expected to perform on a regular basis.

• Understand the Alfresco Process Services architecture.

• Install Alfresco Process Services

• Configure Alfresco Process Services

• Monitor an Alfresco Process Services environment and understand how to conduct preventative maintenance

• Understand the different elements of the Alfresco Process Services system configuration

• Manage security and authentication

• Manage backup and recovery

• Troubleshoot and address problems that may arise when running Alfresco Process Services

• Integrate Alfresco Process Services with third-party applications such as Box, Google Drive and Microsoft Office



Topic Areas

The following syllabu areas will be tested on the Alfresco Process Services Certified Administrator exam:

• Alfresco Process Services Architecture (4 questions)

o REST API

o BPMN

o Architecture Components

• System Configuration (27 questions)

o Installation

o Supported Platforms

o Folder Structure

o License Management

o Email Server Configuration

o Database Configuration

o Content Management

o Clustering

o Multi-tenancy

o Elasticsearch Configuration

o Backup & Restore

o Internal Cache

o Validator Configuration

• App Designer (5 questions)

o Processes, Forms, Stencils, Decision Tables

o Data Modelling

o Exporting, Importing and Sharing

• Identity Management (13 questions)

o User and Groups Configuration

o Access and Authentication

o REST Endpoints

o Document Templates

• Activiti Admin Application (6 questions)

o Managing Deployments

o Managing Instances & Tasks

o Managing Jobs

o Monitoring

• Integration with External Systems (5 questions)

o Integrations with Alfresco Content Services

o Integrations with Third Parties



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Where heat worsens hunger

In war-torn Yemen, malnourished children are struggling to survive as temperatures rise

Ali Al-Mujahed and 

Lorenzo Tugnoli

Kareen Fahim, Ali Al-Mujahed and Lorenzo Tugnoli traveled through parts of Hodeida province in northwestern Yemen in August to report on the convergence of extreme heat and hunger.

Published Oct. 12 at 6:00 a.m.

Hodeida, Yemen

There are never enough hospital beds for all the malnourished children across this poor and parched province. But this summer, even more families than usual had to be turned away from the bursting wards.

In Hodeida’s city hospital one afternoon, infants were crowded two or three to a bed. Their mothers and siblings sat slumped in the gaps in between. Wails filled the ward. Another two dozen children were waiting for space, a doctor said.

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Twelve miles away, a rural clinic with 13 beds was uncomfortably still, the children silent, a telltale sign their bodies were wasting away. Malnutrition is widespread in Yemen. But a suffocating mix of high temperatures and humidity “had dramatically increased the number of cases,” said Mona Makki, a nurse there.

Reduced to “skin and bone” and cradled by their mothers on the clinic’s few beds, the children suffered from weak immune systems, she said. “When exposed to heat, that makes the cases even worse,” she added.

Hodeida shows how climate change and hunger are converging in devastating ways. Doctors here say extreme heat is threatening underfed babies and children with ravaged bodies and weakened immune systems. Their experience aligns with emerging research on the direct link between hotter temperatures and worsening malnutrition in some of the world’s poorest countries. The findings are alarming for this part of Yemen, already wracked by war, widespread poverty and suffocating summers.

By 2030, the city will have 152 days per year, nearly five full months, when conditions are so dangerous that spending a short amount of time outside — even in the shade — could threaten a person’s health, according to projections by The Washington Post and CarbonPlan, a nonprofit climate research group.

Hodeida will be the worst affected by extreme heat of any global city with a population of 500,000 or more, the analysis shows.

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The projections are based on “wet-bulb globe temperature,” a metric that combines temperature, humidity, sunlight and wind, which experts consider the best way of evaluating how heat harms the human body.

Across Yemen more than 6.5 million people could be exposed to at least a month of dangerous heat by decade’s end, three times the number of people exposed in 2000.

Yemen’s citizens already lack protection in every imaginable way: from capricious violence, from feckless leaders, from hunger and want. In a place where so many are fixated on short-term survival, scant official attention is paid to the impact of climate change, even as droughts, flash floods and other extreme weather events occur with greater frequency.

But in Hodeida, one of Yemen’s hottest and poorest provinces, the threat from rising temperatures over the last few summers has become impossible to ignore.

yemen graphic

Where people will live with dangerous heat in 2030

Days with wet-bulb globe temperature in the shade above 89.6ºF (32ºC)

Jeddah,

Saudi Arabia

107 days

Jacobabad,

Pakistan

129 days

Hodeida, Yemen will have 152 dangerously hot days, the most of any city of 500,000 or more.

Where people will live with dangerous heat

in 2030

Days with wet-bulb globe temperature in the shade

above 89.6ºF (32ºC)

Jeddah,

Saudi Arabia

107 days

Jacobabad,

Pakistan

129 days

Hodeida, Yemen will have 152 dangerously hot days, the most of any city of 500,000 or more.

Where people will live with dangerous heat in 2030

Days with wet-bulb globe temperature in the shade above 89.6ºF (32ºC)

Jeddah,

Saudi Arabia

107 days

Jacobabad,

Pakistan

129 days

Hodeida, Yemen will have 152 dangerously hot days, the most of any city in the world with 500,000 or more people.

It compounds the endless, daily trials. Struggling fisherman, toiling in temperatures that felt like 135 degrees or higher, work shorter hours on the Red Sea to avoid dehydration and sunburn, making do with lighter hauls.

Shopkeepers and trinket vendors scraping by on $6 a day are among the few on the streets from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., when scorching heat makes Hodeida feel like a ghost town.

Temperatures are soaring across the region, but the worst-hit parts of Yemen will fare far worse than those of its Persian Gulf neighbors, like the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. These wealthy nations have built glittering cities with windfalls from oil and gas exports, designed to ensure that their most privileged residents hardly notice the heat: air conditioning cools offices and malls, even stadiums and subway platforms.

“It’s not just about heat indexes, or temperatures, but also, what is the underlying resiliency of these states?” said Ana Leticia Nery, who served for several years as a medical coordinator for Doctors Without Borders in Yemen, in clinics treating the war wounded as well as mothers and their malnourished children. “In the case of Yemen, it’s very, very limited.”

Across Yemen, she said, “the state is eviscerated.”

Doctors in Hodeida, a province that has one of the country’s highest rates of malnutrition, said heat had become a key factor in a complex chain of suffering that begins with desperation.

“People are poor,” said Abdulrahman al-Qadasy, the head of the pediatric department at the Hodeida city hospital. “Beyond your imagination.”

Yemen was already struggling, even before the outbreak of a nearly decade-long civil war. In 2014, a northern rebel movement known as the Houthis stormed Sanaa, the capital, and deposed the government. The conflict widened in early 2015, when a Saudi-led coalition of Arab states intervened, launching airstrikes and imposing a sea, air and land blockade of Yemen. The military campaign, which received support from the United States, was aimed at weakening the Iranian-allied Houthis. But the intervention and escalating violence across Yemen compounded people’s suffering.

Hundreds of thousands of people were killed, many from indirect effects of war like hunger, the United Nations said. Millions were displaced. Aid agencies scrambled to stave off famine amid shortages of food and fuel. Diseases like cholera that had been all but eliminated made a resurgence.

Over the last year, fighting has eased in many parts of the country, and imports of critical supplies have resumed. But Yemen’s fractured state — divided between rival, feuding governments in the north and the south — has left the country in limbo, desperate to end the last phase of the conflict and fearing the outbreak of the next.

Cities are waiting to be rebuilt, the health system is in ruins, and public sector wages aren’t being paid.

FROM TOP: A poster of a Houthi martyr, from the group that controls Yemen’s government, in an area of Hodeida damaged by fighting. Portraits of Houthi leaders in a government building in Hodeida. A man at the end of the hot day.

Yemen’s impasse makes most travel impossible, with roads closed around major cities like Taiz and no interstate flights connecting the divided country, said Nadwa Dawsari, a Yemen expert at the Middle East Institute. Middle-class workers like teachers and health professionals were being driven into poverty.

“Some do not send their children to school because they cannot afford it anymore. Others can’t afford food altogether,” she said. In Sanaa, the Houthi-controlled capital, more and more people were on the streets begging for food — people who previously “were able to afford the basics,” she said.

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Suffering was also widespread in the south, in areas controlled by Yemen’s internationally recognized government. There, half of households are unable to meet basic nutrition requirements because of the soaring cost of food, according to a group of Yemeni and international nongovernmental groups.

Overall, 17 million people — more than half the population — are food insecure and require assistance, according to the World Food Program. In August, the agency said that funding shortages meant it would have to make cuts, including to malnutrition programs for nearly 2 million people, “at a time of more people becoming severely malnourished.”

Almost half of the U.N. agency’s operations worldwide had suffered cutbacks, its deputy executive director Carl Skau told reporters in late July, amid shrinking aid from international donors.

“Now is not really the time to take the foot off the gas in Yemen,” said Richard Ragan, the agency’s Yemen representative. Systems to replace the missing aid, which would require a functioning government, “aren’t yet in place.”

Aid workers were performing “triage,” he said. “More people need food that aren’t getting it.”

Only half of Yemen’s medical facilities are fully operational, aid groups say. Many of those that are look like Hodeida’s al-Thawra hospital on a accurate afternoon, its wards and hallways overcrowded, the sidewalks outside filled with people trying to get in.

Doctors and nurses at two pediatric wards that Post reporters visited — at Thawra, and a malnutrition clinic at the Kamaran Charitable Hospital, outside the city — said the summer heat had increased their caseload of malnourished children by 10 percent or more.

Bereft and hungry mothers cradled their children, some on the edge of death. One mother in the Kamaran clinic said she was homeless and forced to beg for money in a local market; it was never enough to feed her kids. Others could not afford baby formula and had been giving their children tea or goat’s milk.

Mothers brought their children to the clinic when they developed fevers, had diarrhea or suffered from loss of appetite, said Makki, the nurse. “Many cases go home because there is no room for them.”

Medical workers in Hodeida were trying to understand why more malnourished children had arrived at the hospital during the summer. For the children filling the pediatric wards, many of whom had already lost fluids because of diarrhea — both a cause and consequence of malnutrition — the heat could be especially dangerous because it made them more dehydrated.

Experts also say children in low-income countries can suffer from indirect impacts of high temperatures, like crop failures that affect their diets, or more direct effects, like heat exhaustion or heat stroke. According to a accurate study linking hotter temperatures to worsening malnutrition, extreme heat could also increase the risk of infectious disease “because microbes tend to thrive in warm environments.”

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The paper, published last year in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, found that extreme heat worsened chronic and severe malnutrition in several West African countries. It showed that for every 100 hours of exposure to a temperature above 95 degrees Fahrenheit, the stunting rate among children increased by 5.9 percent. Fourteen days of temperatures between 86 and 95 degrees over a 90-day period increased by 2.2 percent the rate of “wasting” — the erosion of muscle and fat tissue that is associated with severe acute malnutrition in children.

John Hoddinott, a professor at Cornell University and one of the study’s authors, said in an interview, “The part we’re certain about is that there is a causal relationship between extreme temperature spikes and adverse nutritional outcomes.” Less clear, he added, were the precise mechanisms at play.

FROM TOP: Medical workers in the pediatric emerngency ward of Thawra hospital say summer heat increased their caseload of malnourished children. A mother holds her malnourished baby at the Kamaran Charitable Hospital. A child in the pediatric emergency ward.

Nery, who worked with Doctors Without Borders in Yemen, said that because severely malnourished children’s immune systems are often compromised, “they get infected more often, and they have infections that are more severe.”

High temperatures could play a “detrimental role” for children suffering from electrolyte disturbances: susceptible both to diarrhea, which can cause dehydration, and unable to easily ingest water, which was dangerous for their weakened hearts.

“In summer, they don’t have a lot of safety nets,” Nery said. “These children are very difficult to treat.”

At the Hodeida city hospital, Qadasy and other Yemeni physicians are trying to figure out on the fly how the heat is affecting their patients.

Heat was a “source of infection,” he said. The ward was “full” of children struggling with infections, he said, raising his voice above the chaos around him. But it was hard to be sure which viruses were circulating without advanced testing, using equipment that the hospital did not have.

For some of the children the hospital received, it was “already too late,” he said.

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Nearby, a 10-month-old infant, Ali Hassan, emaciated under his tiny tracksuit, writhed in silence. His grandfather, Abdullah Awad Mansour al-Hakimi, said that Ali was unable to eat.

Doctors said the infant had cerebral palsy, which made it difficult for him to eat. He was vomiting and had a fever and diarrhea, doctors said.

The boy’s father was out of work, the grandfather said. His mother said she had trouble breastfeeding him and could not afford baby formula. His family feared the heat had made things worse.

“There is no electricity. They don’t have batteries. No fans. No solar panels,” the grandfather said.

“I am just waiting for God’s will,” he said. “I am just going to wait for him to die.”

Ferima Coulibaly-Zerbo, the nutrition lead for the World Health Organization in Yemen, said the agency had not yet established a “causal relationship” between climate change and undernourishment, but was not ignoring a possible connection.

In Yemen, U.N. agencies had made “great efforts to save the lives of these children,” she said. “There is a need to consider the threats climate change can have jeopardizing all these efforts.”

“Children are dying,” she said. “And they should not be dying.”

The road leading to Hodeida city provides a glimpse of Yemen’s degraded state. Dust storms whip through farmland that is being invaded by waves of desert sand. Dead cows lie on the side of the road, a few miles from a neighborhood destroyed by fighting during the conflict. The area has been emptied of residents but is still littered with unexploded ordnance, city officials warn.

At night, on one of Hodeida’s main avenues, Sanaa Road, bright lights illuminate the restaurants, supermarkets and cellphone shops — signs of a city trying to get back to normal — even as many of the buildings are still dark. Electricity is only available a few hours a day.

At daybreak, the drivers who ferry passengers from Hodeida to Sanaa — a five-hour drive on a mountainous, winding road — are asleep on top of their Toyotas, where the luggage usually sits, the only place to catch a breeze.

By 6 a.m. at Hodeida’s fish market, workers and buyers are already drenched in sweat. Mohammed Ahmed, 60, has been chopping fish for decades.

The work was increasingly exhausting, he said. “This year is hotter than last year. And it’s tiring to stay until 12.”

It wasn’t just the heat. There was less money around, and fewer customers. The fishermen had a harder time paying for expenses, including diesel fuel. The summer winds drove the fish farther from shore. More and more of the fish was exported because few in Hodeida could afford it.

“The work was better in the past,” he said.

FROM TOP: People gather before the opening of Hodeida’s fish market. The city is a significant Red Sea port. Fishermen, resting after a night at sea, are working shorter hours to avoid dehydration and sunburn.

Fishermen complained that unemployment in the city was driving more people to eke out a living on the Red Sea. Now there are too many boats and too many nets for a dwindling number of fish. The heat made all the new challenges worse.

“It’s more tiring now, more than normal,” said Eliyas Abdu Saleh, 35, who sat in a boat, having just returned from the sea. “In the past I used to stay out three days. Now I stay two days.”

“Every year is becoming hotter,” said Taleb Muhayyem, a 70-year-old fisherman. “We feel like it’s doubling.” His eldest son had been killed a few years earlier when an airstrike hit their boat, he said. Underneath his mustard, button-down shirt, his skin was burned, he said.

“I can’t take breaks,” he said. “I need to work.”

The Houthis have sought to blame Yemen’s many calamities on their adversaries: the Saudi-led military coalition and its partners in the Yemeni government.

The fishermen said some of that blame was well placed, citing years of coalition attacks on their industry.

But as the war has subsided, a groundswell of anger has targeted the Houthi-led authorities, who control all levers of government across northern Yemen.

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People have taken to social media over the last two summers to complain about the lack of electricity in Hodeida, blaming corruption and posting pictures of children suffering in rural areas, under hashtags that include “#Hodeida_is_dying.”

“There is a lot of suffering because of the heat,” said Ahmed al-Bishri, Hodeida’s deputy governor, in an interview in his office. “Every year the heat has gone up. It’s affecting the poor people, the simple people,” he said.

The city made efforts this summer to provide some relief — moving school hours earlier in the morning, for instance. The Houthi authorities in September announced the opening of a solar farm that they said would provide electricity to more than 7,000 homes in Hodeida.

Bishri said his office was trying to provide basic services but was at the mercy of powerful outside forces — not just the Houthis’ military adversaries, but also Western, industrialized nations. “The polluters,” he called them.

“And they are the ones who are suffering.”

Outside the city, Khawla Mohammed Yahya, 20, was unprotected in every way, living with her husband and three young children in an unfinished hut of concrete and straw. The kitchen was a patch of dirt outside where they lit fires to cook. It was not really their home, but a place they were allowed to settle after being displaced by the war.

Her husband had been a beekeeper until pesticides killed his bees. He had occasional work now as a motorcycle courier.

One of their children, 3-year-old Shaimaa, was severely malnourished, and required most of the couple’s attention. They had taken her to a nearby clinic a year ago, and again in June. On this day, doctors from the Kamaran Charitable Hospital were making a house call.

Shaimaa sat silently on a green day bed. She had been running fevers and had diarrhea several times a day, Yahya said.

Her other two children had started to develop heat rashes, she said, clutching her 8-month-old, Mohammed, whose hair was wet from perspiration, and a can of baby formula the doctors had given her.

“There is no electricity,” she said, and no fans. Nothing stood between her family and the heat.

Veronica Penney and Niko Kommenda contributed to this report.


Guest opinion: It’s the most wonderful time of year…unless you’re living with hunger

This is a guest opinion column

Once again, the holiday season is upon us and it’s the most wonderful time of the year…unless you’re living with hunger. Or your child is. And these days, for more and more people, that’s a fact of life.

This fall, the USDA released their most accurate Household Food Security Report, and their findings were not good. Thirty three million people in the U.S. are food insecure, including 1 in 5 children.There are over 740,000 people facing hunger in Alabama alone. These are not acceptable facts, and they point to a reality that simply does not have to be.

Before the onset of COVID 19, significant progress was being made in efforts to end child hunger. When the pandemic hit, hunger skyrocketed as millions of families faced unemployment, hospital bills, evictions and other hardships. However, effective government programs were enacted to help struggling kids and families, from expanded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits that helped parents buy groceries to tax credits that helped families pay their bills.

In 2021, they saw record-low food insecurity among families with children. But Congress stopped investing in many of these critical programs and overall food insecurity increased. The number of children living with hunger skyrocketed in that one year from 9 to 13 million. Here in Alabama, the same trend can be seen. Nearly 1 in 11 children in Alabama’s Black Belt region has reported going a day or more without eating. That’s one child too many. Kids and families deserve better.

The bottom line is that policy matters. When their nation invests in nutrition programs like SNAP and WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children), school and summer meals, and programs that help get grocery and Child Tax Credit benefits into the hands of families, hunger and hardship numbers recede. When kids have access to the food they need, they’re healthier, and better able to learn.

As their elected officials move forward with legislative matters that impact families’ abilities to feed their children, let us not lose sight of the fact that access to adequate nutrition is a right not a privilege. It’s hard to overstate how important it is to correct the course for soaring food insecurity and poverty rates.

Congress can Improve and strengthen existing programs to better meet the needs of millions of families. The 42 million people who use SNAP to buy groceries and the 7 million women and young children who depend on WIC for essential nutrition are relying on Congress to keep the heartbreaking reality of hunger at bay. Contact your representatives today here and urge Congress to protect SNAP and WIC. Your voice can make a difference.

Lori Golden is Senior Manager, No Kid Hungry Alabama and Laura Lester is Chief Executive Officer, Feeding Alabama

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