hady_helayel
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i can't memorize all of these lines !

i attended the do180 and do280 courses but i have one big problem.  i can't memorize everything i shoud edit in the yaml files. i always use the solution files to copy these lines from. but the solution files will not be there for me in the  ex280 exam. what should i do then?

i am sloving the labs in compreview chapter "CH10" over and over again but they are extremely hard without looking at the solution "specially while editing the yaml files"

what should i do? and what can i do in the exam?

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ecrookshanks
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The key to remember is that it is the final result that counts, not the method you use to get there.  So creating an object can be done by yaml file or by using the OpenShift console.  If you need to create an object via the command line you can always start in the console and create a dummy object, and then view its contents in the yaml editor so as to get an example of the declarative contents.

The yaml view also has documentation of the expected sub-objects and is a good way to double-check the declarative syntax.

SVICK
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During the exam, you do have access to a cached copy of the Openshift docs that are available on docs.redhat.com. The trick is to find the examples in the online docs for the parts you are having trouble memorizing and memorize the locations in the docs. Then when you are taking the test, you can cut and paste straight from the online docs.

Bel
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According the this thread, it's actually the access.redhat.com documentation that we will have access to during the exam.

https://learn.redhat.com/t5/DO280-Red-Hat-OpenShift/ex280-exam-documentation-APIs-docs/m-p/40117#M11...

In which case, you may find this link helpful:

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/openshift_container_platform/4.12/html/networking/conf...

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