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Microsoft Exam PL-100 Topic 14 Question 39 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's PL-100 exam
Question #: 39
Topic #: 14
[All PL-100 Questions]

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A company is deploying Microsoft Power Platform components to streamline a job candidate screening process.

The human resources (HR) representatives of the company plan to attend school career fairs. The HR representatives must qualify and enter potential job candidates into a Power Apps app. The HR representatives must enter the following information for each candidate:

If a candidate is currently unqualified for a job position but would eventually qualify based on follow-up criteria, the follow-up checkbox must be selected or cleared in the system immediately.

The company plans to create a similar Power Apps app that will contain the same business use case, but for internal employees and promotions.

You need to create a Power Apps app solution to automatically mark the candidate for follow up.

Proposed solution: Use a Common Data Service workflow with a PowerQuery on the data entity.

Does the solution meet the goal?

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Suggested Answer: A

Process (Workflow) table/entity reference is a set of logical rules that define the steps necessary to automate a specific business process, task, or set of actions to be performed.

Common Data Service workflow support: Filter triggers based on which attributes change - You can control which field changes trigger your automated flows. For example, trigger your flow only when the status field changes while ignoring all other fields that may change.


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/business-applications-release-notes/april19/microsoft-flow/automated-parity-classic-common-data-service-workflows

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