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You are creating a multi-page canvas app that loads tabular data from an external data source. Once loaded, the data must be available to all screens within the canvas app. You need to reduce the number of times that the app must retrieve data from the data source. Which two data stores can you use? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.    parameter
B.    global variable
C.    collection
D.    environment variable

Answer: CD
C: A special kind of data source is the Collection, which is local to the app and not backed by a connection to a service in the cloud, so the information can not be shared across devices for the same user or between users. Collections can be loaded and saved locally.
D: Don’t use environment variables if you only have one environment. Use collection variables. Having a single environment connected to the collection creates more overhead.

You are creating a model-driven app that allows users to create and edit a list of existing accounts. You need to display a list of all active accounts. Which user interface components should you use?

A.    view
B.    gallery
C.    data table
D.    form

Answer: C
Imagine that you have a collection of data (such as a list sales orders, a set of service tickets, or a directory of contacts), and that you want to show this data in your Microsoft PowerApps app in a tabular format, where each column represents a field and each row represents a record. In the past, you might have been able to roughly simulate this visualization, although the process required some effort. However, we’ve been listening to your requests and are happy to announce that you can now quickly and easily achieve this very typical visualization by using the new Data table control that has been recently added to PowerApps.

Each maker at a company has a separate Common Data Service environment. You are customizing a canvas app. You create two new entities in your environment. You are leaving for a vacation. Another maker will continue customizing the app in your absence. You need to transfer the work to the other maker and ensure that you can work on the updated app when you return from your vacation. What should you export?

A.    ununmanaged solution that includes all customizations
B.    the default solution
C.    a managed solution that includes all customizations
D.    the app

Answer: A
Unmanaged Solution: the beginning state of solution is the unmanaged solution state. During this phase, you can add, edit, update, remove, delete, and test any of the components of the solution.
Not C: Managed Solution: a managed solution is a finalized solution that can be distributed and installed. They are created by exporting an unmanaged solution by setting restrictions to prevent any further customizations. The whole point of Managed is locking down the Component states so they cannot be edited. Deleting the Managed Solution will remove all its customisations as well as data contained. Managed Solutions become read only once deployed so they cannot be manipulated.

You build a canvas app for a manufacturing company. The company receives parts and materials from many vendors. You create a form to collect information from packing slips. Receivers must be able to take a picture of packing slips to receive materials instead of manually entering data in the app. You need to ensure that users can scan packing slip information into the form.
Solution: Use a Category classification model.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: B
A Category classification model categorizes text by its meaning.

You build a canvas app for a manufacturing company. The company receives parts and materials from many vendors. You create a form to collect information from packing slips. Receivers must be able to take a picture of packing slips to receive materials instead of manually entering data in the app. You need to ensure that users can scan packing slip information into the form.
Solution: Use an Entity Extraction model.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: A
AI Builder entity extraction models recognize specific data in the text that you target based on your business needs. The model identifies key elements in the text and then classifies them into predefined categories. This can help you transform unstructured data into structured data that’s machine-readable. You can then apply processing to retrieve information, extract facts, and answer questions. Note: Create a canvas app and add the text recognizer AI Builder component to your screen. This component takes a photo or loads an image from the local device, and then processes it to detect and extract text based on the text recognition prebuilt model. If it detects text in the image, the component outputs the text and identifies the instances by showing a rectangle for each instance in the image.

You create a Power Platform solution. Solution data is stored in a variety of documented cloud services. You must also be able to connect to one or more industry data sources. You need to configure the data sources. What should you do?

A.    Create a business process flow.
B.    Create a data policy template.
C.    Create a UI flow.
D.    Use an existing data connector.

Answer: D
In Power Apps, add a data connection to an existing canvas app or to an app that you’re building from scratch. Your app can connect to SharePoint, Common Data Service, Salesforce, OneDrive, or many other data sources.

You use a Microsoft SharePoint list to record information about customers. You must perform a series of actions only when a new item is added to a SharePoint list. You need to configure a Power Automate flow. Which trigger should you use?

A.    When an item is created.
B.    When an item is created or modified.
C.    When a file is created (properties only).
D.    For a selected item.

Answer: A
Trigger – When an item is created. Triggers when an item is created. MS Flow will trigger when an item is created in the list. It will return all list item properties which can be used in the Flow.
Not D: Trigger – For a selected item. This trigger allows you to start a flow for a selected item in a SharePoint list or library. You can use the columns of the list or library as output parameters. For a file, you can use the “identifier” column to get file content. This is basically one which will trigger a flow when an item is selected and you want the user to trigger workflow manually.

You are an app maker. You are creating a canvas app. You do not have access to Power BI. You need to add charts to the app. Which three chart types can you add directly to the canvas app? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)

A.    pie
B.    area
C.    funnel
D.    column
E.    line

Answer: ADE
You can use line charts, pie charts, and bar charts to display your data in a canvas app. Add a bar chart to display your data:
1. On the Home tab, add a screen.
2. On the Insert tab, select Charts, and then select Column Chart.

You create a canvas app within a Power Platform environment. You need to identify potential accessibility issues for the canvas app before making the app available to other users. Which tool should you use?

A.    Portal Checker
B.    App Checker
C.    Solution Checker

Answer: B

You create a canvas app. You need to make the app available to other people in your company. What are two possible ways to achieve the goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.    Grant access to individual users in your company.
B.    Share the app with a Microsoft Exchange distribution list.
C.    Grant access to a Microsoft Teams team.
D.    Share the app with a Microsoft Azure Active Directory security group.

Answer: AD
After you build a canvas app that addresses a business need, specify which users in your organization can run the app and which can modify and even reshare it. Specify each user by name, or specify a security group in Azure Active Directory.
Not C: You can share an app you’ve created by embedding it directly into Microsoft Teams. When completed, users can select + to add your app to any of your team channels or conversations in the team you are in. The app appears as a tile under Tabs for your team.

An administrator plans to create and deploy dashboards for use only by sales associates. The dashboards will display the current sales pipeline, open cases, recent major wins, and key opportunities by postal code. Sales associates must be able to act on the specific data displayed in dashboards. You need to create the dashboards. Which type of dashboards should you create? (To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.)

Box 1: User. Type of dashboard: If you want your dashboards to be available across the organization and do not want to manage the access levels at a more detailed level, you might want to create an organization-owned dashboard. However, if you are concerned about the access privileges and security of your dashboard, consider creating a user-owned dashboard where you have more control on who can access it.
Box 2: Single-stream. The single-stream dashboards display real-time data over one stream based on an entity view or queue. The single-stream dashboards are typically helpful to Tier 2 service leads or managers, who monitor fewer, but more complex or escalated cases.

Drag and Drop
You are configuring a new Common Data Service environment by using the Power Apps Maker portal. You need to create an entity that uses the prefix xyz. Which four actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)



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