Exam ID HP0-664
Exam type Proctored exam taken at dedicated testing center
Exam duration 1 hour 15 minutes
Exam length 79 questions
Passing score 63%
Delivery languages English
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Exam description

This exam tests your skills on NonStop Data Application Design and Development

Who should take this exam?

This exam is for the following personnel, with a minimum of one year experience on the NonStop S-Series platforms running the G-Series NonStop Kernel Operating System:
• Authorized Service and Support personnel
• Global Customer Support Center (GCSC) personnel
• Analyst SEs or Pre-Sales Technical Support (PSTS) personnel
• Developers, System Integrators and Consultant Partners, Application Designers and Developers, Customers authorized to service their own equipment.

Exam contents

This exam has 79 questions.

Tips for taking this exam

Go to the link for the Application Design chapter and review it for this exam:
References to the majority of questions found in this exam can be found in
manuals contained in the Online TIM (Total Information Manager) collections (This
guide typically references the latest release available in the TIM Document
TIM is a single interface to all NonStop Systems documentation and support
information. External users must subscribe to the TIM CD collection. See your
Compaq Representative for more information.
NOTE: TIM must be installed on your system before using the following default
access settings. http://tex.tandem.com/cgi-bin/timcfg.exe


This exam validates that you can successfully perform the following:

Application Design Lifecycle


Products and Tools


Application Architecture


Database Design




Designing for Change: Best Practices


Application Development on NSK


Application Management


Error Handling and Recovery