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A company is implementing Power Apps and Power Automate. Several components are created within Power Apps, Microsoft Dataverse, and Power Automate. These components must be promoted from the development environment to the user acceptance test environment in a single solution package. You need to create the solution package for promotion. Where should you create the package?

A.    Azure DevOps.
B.    Power Apps designer.
C.    Microsoft Power Platform admin center.
D.    Azure portal.
E.    Office 365 admin center.

Answer: C
To create a solution:
0. Start Microsoft Power Platform admin center.
1. Sign in to Power Apps and select Solutions from the left navigation.
2. Select New solution and then complete the required columns for the solution.
3. Select Save.
Then add components to the solution.
Note: The Power Platform admin center provides a unified portal for administrators to manage environments and settings for Power Apps, Power Automate, and customer engagement apps (Dynamics 365 Sales, Dynamics 365 Customer Service, Dynamics 365 Field Service, Dynamics 365 Marketing, and Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation).
Not B: Power Apps Studio is the app designer used for building canvas apps.

A company is creating a Power Apps solution for a production facility. The current solution is in English. The customized components must be translated into several languages. You need to extract the text for translation. In which location can you achieve this goal?

A.    The tables in the web application.
B.    The selected environment in the Microsoft Power Platform admin center.
C.    The solution in the web application.
D.    The individual solution components in the web application.

Answer: C
Export the localizable text. The scope of the localizable text that will be exported is the unmanaged solution that contains the localizable text:
– From Power Apps, select Solutions.
– In the All Solutions list, select the unmanaged solution that contains the localizable text you want.
– On the command bar, select Translations -> Export Translations.

A company plans to send escalation emails to all customers with overdue invoices. You are creating a Microsoft Power Automate flow to determine whether to send an escalation email. The system must send an alert for all invoices that are seven days or more overdue. You need to configure the flow. Which expression should you use?

A.    @GreaterOrEquals(TriggerEmail()?[‘OverdueDate’]: ‘7’)
B.    ‘OverdueDate’ >= ‘7’?’TriggerEmail()’: false
C.    TriggerEmail() = ‘OverdueDate’ >= 7;

Answer: A

You add a business process flow to the Account table. The flow has three stages. You need to ensure that a workflow can run when a user completes the final stage. Which option should you use?

A.    Start when: Record status changes.
B.    Available to run: Run this workflow in the background.
C.    Available to run: As an on-demand process.
D.    Available to run: As a child process.

Answer: C
You can trigger on-demand workflows from inside a business process flow. For example, you can add an on-demand workflow to a business process flow so that an activity, such as a task or email, is created whenever a stage is completed. Note: A workflow becomes activated based on where you drop the workflow onto the business process flow designer. On-demand stage processes. When the workflow is dropped onto a business process flow stage, the workflow is triggered on entry or exit of the stage.

You need to create a Power Automate desktop flow. What are two possible ways to create the flow? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.    Record mouse and keyboard events.
B.    Configure a pre-built template.
C.    Use pre-built actions.
D.    Create models by using Microsoft Visio.

Answer: AC
A: Alternatively, you can use the two legacy methods of creating desktop flows: Windows recorder (V1) and Selenium ID. With these you record mouse and keyboard events.
C: Desktop flows are used to automate tasks on the Web or the desktop. Using Power Automate you can automate tasks on the desktop as well as the Web.

You attempt to deactivate several currencies in a Microsoft Dataverse environment. You are not able to deactivate one of the currencies. You need to determine why you cannot deactivate the currency. What is the reason?

A.    You are not the currency record owner.
B.    The currency is used by an active business process.
C.    The currency is the base currency.
D.    The currency is used by another record.

Answer: C
The base currency cannot be deactivated.
Not D: You can’t delete currencies that are in use by other records, but you can deactivate them. Deactivating currency records doesn’t remove the currency information stored in existing records, such as opportunities or orders. However, you won’t be able to select the deactivated currency for new transactions.

A user has access to an existing Microsoft Dataverse database. You need to ensure that the user can create canvas apps that consume data from Dataverse. You must not grant permissions that are not required. Which out-of-the-box security role should you assign to the user?

A.    Environment Admin
B.    Basic User
C.    Environment Maker
D.    System Customizer

Answer: C
The Environment Maker can create new resources associated with an environment, including apps, connections, custom APIs, gateways, and flows using Microsoft Power Automate. However, this role doesn’t have any privileges to access data within an environment (but this user has this already according to the question).
– Not Environment Admin: The Environment Admin role can perform all administrative actions on an environment.
– Not System Customizer: Has full permission to customize the environment. However, users with this role can only view records for environment entities that they create.
– Not Basic User: Can run an app within the environment and perform common tasks for the records that they own. Note that this only applies to non-custom entities.

You are configuring a new Power Apps portal. You have two web roles, one for authenticated users and one for anonymous users. You grant the Anonymous Users role to users. A test user reports that they can access the home page but cannot view a page linked from the home page. You need to determine why the test user cannot view the portal page. What is the cause of the issue?

A.    The setting to make the page available to everyone is disabled.
B.    Inherited permissions are not enabled for the linked page.
C.    The Authenticated Users Web role does not have permission to view the page.
D.    Maintenance mode is enabled on the portal.

Answer: B
You use page permissions to control user access to portal webpages. For example, you can allow pages to be available anonymously for public access, or restrict access to users who have specific roles. Depending on business requirements, you can manage the inheritance of page permissions from a parent page to a child page. A page can have child web files – such as downloadable documents, CSS files, or JS files – and you can also manage the inheritance of page permissions from the page to such child web files.

Your organization does not permit the use of custom code for solutions. You need to create a view that can be viewed by all users in an organization. Where should you create the view?

A.    Entities component of a solution.
B.    Microsoft Excel template.
C.    Microsoft Visual Studio.
D.    List view of the entity.

Answer: D
List is a data-driven configuration to render a list of records without the need for a developer to surface the grid in the portal. Lists use Dataverse views to display records on the portal.

You are using Power Automate to create a list of customers from a Microsoft Excel file. The list must contain customers who meet one of the following criteria:
– Sales of less than $500,000.
– Customers who are on credit hold.
You need to create a condition to filter the list of customers. How should you complete the filter condition? (To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.)

Box 1: Or: Takes two arguments and returns true if either argument is true.
Box 2: Equals: Returns true if two values are equal.

Drag and Drop
You are configuring Microsoft Dataverse security. You plan to assign users to teams. Record ownership and permissions will differ based on business requirements. You need to determine which team types meet the requirements. Which team type should you use? (To answer, drag the appropriate team types to the correct requirements. Each team type may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)

Box 1: Microsoft Teams team. Dataverse supports two types of record ownership. Organization owned, and User or Team owned. This is a choice that happens at the time the table is created and can’t be changed. For security purposes, records that are organization owned, the only access level choices is either the user can do the operation or can’t. For user and team owned records, the access level choices for most privileges are tiered Organization, Business Unit, Business Unit and Child Business Unit or only the user’s own records. That means for read privilege on contact, I could set user owned, and the user would only see their own records.
Box 2: Acces team. An access team doesn’t own records and doesn’t have security roles assigned to the team. The team members have privileges defined by their individual security roles and by roles from the teams in which they are members. The records are shared with an access team and the team is granted access rights on the records, such as Read, Write or Append.

Drag and Drop
You create a new solution for a business process. The business process includes uploading specific file types to a web service. You need to ensure that the business process works the same way anywhere the solution is deployed. Which option should you use? (To answer, drag the appropriate options to the correct configurations. Each option may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)

Box 1: Solution system settings. For Power Apps in Settings -> Customizations -> Customize the System you can configure email and document management, activate or deactivate processes, and more.
Box 2: Environment variable. When should Environment variables be used? Some examples include:
– When an input parameter needs to change across environments and should not be hard-coded. For example, a URL that points to a different resource in development and production environments.
– If you’re building a solution where your customer is required to provide an input value.
– Application setup pages.
A connection reference is a solution component that contains information about a connector.


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