Chapter 2

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Installation

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Question 1

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On which operating systems can TYPO3 run? (6)
Answer
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows XP SP3
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows 8
  • Dell
  • Debian GNU/Linux
  • Mac OS X 10.9

Question 2

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Which server software is required so that TYPO3 6.2 and higher can be installed and operated? (1)
Answer
  • Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP 5.2.x (LAMP)
  • PHP 5.2.x, MySQL, Apache
  • PHP 5.3.x, a web server, MySQL
  • Java, PHP 4.4, phpMyAdmin
  • IIS, ASP

Question 3

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PHP version 5.2.17 is available on your web space. Which versions of TYPO3 can you install there? (3)
Answer
  • TYPO3 4.3.x
  • TYPO3 4.4.x
  • TYPO3 4.5.x LTS
  • TYPO3 4.6.x
  • TYPO3 4.7.x
  • TYPO3 6.0.x
  • TYPO3 6.1.x
  • TYPO3 6.2.x

Question 4

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You install TYPO3 (or an extension) and then see only a white page (in the backend and in the frontend) – what do you do? (2)
Answer
  • Delete the cache files, and the page is visible again.
  • Check the PHP error log.
  • Enter the line $TYPO3_CONF_VARS['SYS']['displayErrors'] = '1' into the file typo3conf/localconf.php and call up the page again to view an error message.
  • Enter the line $TYPO3_CONF_VARS['SYS']['displayErrors'] = '1' into the file typo3conf/AdditionalConfiguration.php and call up the page again to view an error message.
  • Log in to the backend and analyze the error message there.
  • Go to the Install Tool and consult the TYPO3 error log to find the cause of the error.

Question 5

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You install an extension and are then unable to use your system, because it displays an error message or a blank page – what do you do? (3)
Answer
  • Delete the backend cache using Flush fronted caches and Flush general caches.
  • Delete the corresponding key at 'EXT' => array( 'extConf' => array( 'extensionkey' => '...' in the file typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php (or you could comment out the line).
  • Delete the corresponding key at 'packages' => array( 'extensionkey' => array(...) in the file typo3conf/PackageStates.php (or you could comment out the line).
  • Delete all cache tables from the database.
  • Delete all files from the typo3conf directory that begin with temp_.
  • Delete all files from the typo3temp/Cache/Data directory.

Question 6

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Where in TYPO3 can you find information on which version (in format 6.x.y) you are using? (2)
Answer
  • In the source code in the frontend – TYPO3 adds a comment here with the exact version number.
  • In the source code in the backend – TYPO3 adds a META tag here with the exact version number.
  • Call up the URL of the backend of your TYPO3 installation, for example http://mytypo3domain.de/typo3, but do not log in. The login page shows the TYPO3 version in use.
  • Once you have logged on to the backend and change to the About TYPO3 CMS module, the exact version is stated on the start page.
  • Once you have logged on to the backend, the exact version appears in the page title.

Question 7

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Which URL do you consult to find out whether a new version of TYPO3 is available? (2)
Answer
  • http://www.typo3.de
  • http://www.typo3.org
  • http://news.typo3.org
  • http://association.typo3.org

Question 8

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Which license applies to TYPO3? (1)
Answer
  • Apache-License
  • GPL
  • BSD
  • LGPL
  • CPL
  • EPL
  • PHP License

Question 9

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What are your rights and obligations when you write your own code for TYPO3? (3)
Answer
  • As TYPO3 is subject to the GPL, I may not invoice customers for my own extensions to the code.
  • I may distribute the code, but I have to replace all copyright notices with my own.
  • If I changed the code, I may no longer install the system on a customer’s server.
  • I may use TYPO3 commercially.
  • If I modify the system, I am permitted to distribute it but have to retain the original copyright notices.
  • I may not modify the system in any way.
  • I may invoice customers for my own developments.

Question 10

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What types of website may you create using TYPO3? (4)
Answer
  • Political websites
  • Religious websites
  • Anti-religious websites
  • Pornographic websites
  • Websites whose contents violate human rights
  • Company websites
  • Private websites

Question 11

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Your administrator has set up TYPO3 in a standard installation. The admin has sent you the link to the backend, but not the access data. What are the access data if they have not been changed by the administrator? (1)
Answer
  • Username root, Password empty
  • Username typo3, Password typo3
  • Username administrator, Password password
  • Username admin, Password password
  • Username admin, Password typo3
  • There is no default user or user password

Question 12

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Which files are absolutely required so that TYPO3 can be called up in the frontend? (2)
Answer
  • typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php
  • index.php
  • typo3/index.php
  • typo3conf/ENABLE_INSTALL_TOOL

Question 13

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Which directories are absolutely required so that TYPO3 can be called up in the frontend? (3)
Answer
  • typo3conf/
  • typo3temp/
  • t3lib/
  • typo3/
  • fileadmin/
  • uploads/

Question 14

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Which file is responsible for displaying the text menus in the frontend? (1)
Answer
  • typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php
  • t3lib/class.t3lib_menu.php
  • typo3/sysext/frontend/Classes/ContentObject/Menu/TextMenuContentObject.php
  • typo3/class.typo3_menu.php
  • typo3/Classes/ContentObject/Menu/TextMenuContentObject.php

Question 15

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How can you make a backup of a TYPO3 website? (3)
Answer
  • By installing a suitable extension
  • Via the URL http://mytypo3domain.de/typo3/backup
  • In the Install Tool, in the Backup section
  • By right-clicking the TYPO3 symbol in the page tree and selecting Export to .t3d.
  • By doing a backup of the database dump and the document root directory.

Question 16

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You have forgotten your password for the backend and can no longer log in. You are however able to gain access to the file system via FTP. There is no other user nearby. What can you do in this situation? (2)
Answer
  • You call up the backend and change your password, as you do not need your original password to do so.
  • You can change the password in the Admin tools > Install section.
  • You can call up the install tool directly and create a new admin access in the Important Actions section.
  • If you have access to the database you can create a new password there.
  • You use the PHP script createUser.phpsh in typo3/tools to set up a new user.

Question 17

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Are backend and frontend passwords created in encrypted form in TYPO3 6.2? (1)
Answer
  • Yes. In a new empty installation, both backend and frontend passwords are saved in encrypted form.
  • Yes. In a new installation with the introduction package, both backend and frontend passwords are saved in encrypted form.
  • Only the backend passwords are encrypted.
  • Only the frontend passwords are encrypted.
  • No, both backend and frontend passwords are saved in encrypted form because it must be possible to send out the password if necessary, for example if a user has forgotten it.

Question 18

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When certain functionalities in TYPO3 are not executed satisfactorily, the PHP configuration could be to blame. Where can you view it? (1)
Answer
  • You must have shell access to view the php.ini file.
  • This is not possible without administrator rights.
  • You can call up the URL http://mytypo3domain.de/phpinfo.
  • Using the System environment section in the Install Tool.
  • The only option is to create a PHP file on the server, with the content <?php phpinfo(); ?>

Question 19

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Can you administer multiple domains with one TYPO3 installation? (1)
Answer
  • Yes, but only if they are to display exactly the same contents.
  • No, that is not possible at present.
  • Yes, but only if you address each domain by its own directory.
  • Yes, by using domain records.

Question 20

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In which database tables are page configurations, content elements and website users stored? (3)
Answer
  • be_user
  • seiten
  • pages
  • feuser
  • tt_pages
  • content
  • tt_content
  • users
  • fe_users

Question 21

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Where are translations of pages stored on the database? (1)
Answer
  • pages
  • tt_content
  • pages_translation
  • pages_language
  • language
  • pages_language_overlay
  • pages_overlay

Question 22

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The fields uid and pid exist in all TYPO3 database tables. What are their functions? (2)
Answer
  • The uid field contains the user ID of the user who created the data record.
  • The uid field contains the user ID of the user who changed the data record.
  • The uid field contains the unique ID of the data record.
  • The pid field contains the ID of the page of the parent element.
  • The pid field contains the check ID that ensures the consistency of the data record.

Question 23

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What meaning does the CType field have in the tt_content table? (1)
Answer
  • It contains the caching type.
  • It contains the content type.
  • It contains the type of distance before and after the content element (clear type).
  • It contains the type of link to other elements (crosslinking type).

Question 24

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What happens when a data record such as a content element or a page is deleted in the backend? (1)
Answer
  • The data record is deleted from the table.
  • The data record is deleted from the table, but first a backup is created.
  • A 1 is entered in the deleted field of the data record.
  • The data record is saved in a text file and then deleted from the database.
  • A cleared field is created in the data record and the value of the field is set to true.

Question 25

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You want to operate TYPO3 with the PostgreSQL database. Is this possible, and if so, how? (2)
Answer
  • You have to activate the database in the Install Tool.
  • PostgreSQL is supported by default, so you can select it from the 1-2-3 wizard during installation.
  • You have to install the dbal system extension.
  • You have to install the ADOdb system extension.
  • Unfortunately, this is not possible, as TYPO3 only works together with MySQL.

Question 26

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You have to create a file manually when extracting TYPO3 sources and opening them in the browser in order to initiate the first installation. (1)
Answer
  • ENABLE_INSTALL_TOOL
  • FIRST_INSTALL
  • INSTALL
  • ENABLE_INSTALL
  • The statement above is wrong, as you can initiate installation without creating a file.

Question 27

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Your administrator has set up TYPO3 in a standard installation. He has sent you the access data to the TYPO3 installation and you can now log on. When you call the module System > Install yet another password request appears. What is this password if it has not been changed by the administrator? (1)
Answer
  • The password is the same as the one used for logging on to the TYPO3 installation in the backend.
  • During installation you can set another password for the Install Tool.
  • joh316
  • kas315
  • password

Question 28

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How do you call up the Install Tool? (2)
Answer
  • Using http://mytypo3domain.de/typo3/install
  • Using http://mytypo3domain.de/install
  • You click on Install Tool in the backend.
  • You click on Install in the backend.
  • You click on Configuration in the backend.

Question 29

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There has to be a valid ENABLE_INSTALL_TOOL file in order to reach the Install Tool. This file can be up to 60 minutes old, after which it is deleted. How can this be prevented? (1)
Answer
  • It cannot be changed because the lifetime in the file sysext/install/Classes/Service/EnableFileService.php is hardcoded into the file as 3,600 seconds.
  • In the Install Tool section All Configuration you can record the KeepFile key in the Install Tool so it does not delete the file.
  • By entering the string KEEP_FILE in the ENABLE_INSTALL_TOOL file, you prevent the file from being deleted.
  • You have to enter an empty KEEP_FILE file in the typo3conf directory.
  • For security reasons, this is not possible.

Question 30

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You suspect that certain system requirements in your TYPO3 installation are not met. How do you check this? (1)
Answer
  • You execute the systemcheck.php file, which is located in the typo3 directory.
  • The Basic Configuration section of the Install Tool contains an overview of the system requirements that have been met.
  • The System environment > Test setup section of the Install Tool contains an overview of the system requirements that have been met.
  • You install the Core Configuration Check extension and have the system checked.
  • Only a system administrator can check the system requirements.

Question 31

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Which versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer allow you to work in the backend withoutencountering too many errors? (5)
Answer
  • MSIE 5
  • MSIE 6
  • MSIE 7
  • MSIE 8
  • MSIE 9
  • MSIE 10
  • MSIE 11

Question 32

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The menu items of TYPO3 are rendered dynamically as graphics in the main menu of your website. Even though you know that the corresponding TypoScript code is syntactically correct, the menu items are not displayed (or the created graphics are empty). How do you solve this problem? (1)
Answer
  • You have to make appropriate modifications in the Page TSconfig so that the graphics are created correctly.
  • After you have manually deleted all files in typo3temp/, the graphics are displayed correctly.
  • You check the path in the Install Tool, in the All configuration section, and then adapt this as necessary. Then you can check the graphic functions in the Test setup section.
  • You only need to delete the files in the typo3temp/menu/ directory, to recreate the graphics display them again.

Question 33

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Every installation directory of TYPO3 seems to contain a directory called fileadmin/. Does this have to be the case? (2)
Answer
  • Yes, the fileadmin/ directory has to exist in exactly this form.
  • Yes, but the spelling is not case sensitive, so the name could also be FileAdmin, for example.
  • No, the directory can be given any other name.
  • No, the directory does not need to exist.

Question 34

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How do you check whether TYPO3 is able send emails? (1)
Answer
  • You have to contact the administrator.
  • You can send a test email from the Basic Configuration section in the Install Tool.
  • You can send a test email from the Test setup section in the Install Tool.
  • You have to write a PHP script containing a mail() command.
  • If the TYPO3 frontend is working and generates an output, the email function will also work without errors.

Question 35

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What can happen if the typo3temp directory has no write permissions for the web server in a new installation? (5)
Answer
  • This directory only stores temporary files, so the web server does not need access to it, but can instead generate the required files on the fly.
  • All image-generating mechanisms stop working.
  • You cannot change the language in the backend.
  • You can no longer call up the backend.
  • You can no longer call up the frontend.
  • You can no longer call up the Install Tool.

Question 36

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What do you have to do when you update from one minor version to another, e.g. from 6.2.2 to 6.2.3? (1)
Answer
  • You have to delete the cache.
  • You have to empty all database tables whose names begins with cache_.
  • You have to tidy up the database using the Compare current database with specification function in the Important actions module.
  • You have to update the reference index in the Admin Tools ‣ DB check module.
  • You have to run the Update wizard.
  • You have to check whether the website is still working (function test).
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