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Microsoft Exam PL-400 Topic 4 Question 40 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's PL-400 exam
Question #: 40
Topic #: 4
[All PL-400 Questions]

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You are developing a model-driven app for a company.

When you create a new Account record, you must automatically display a form to collect data that is needed to create a Contact record. The form must switch to the appropriate form layout based on the contact type.

You open the Contact form by using JavaScript. You pass the contact type information to the form by using the Xrm.Navigation.openForm function. An OnLoad event handler in the Contact form processes the data and shows only the appropriate sections of the form for the given contact type.

You need to configure the receiving form to accept the data parameter.

Solution: In the form editor, add a query string parameter for the data parameter.

Does the solution meet the goal?

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By default, model-driven apps allows a specified set of query string parameters to be passed to a form. You use these parameters to set default values when you create a new record in the application. Each parameter must use a standard naming convention that includes a reference to the column logical name.

There are two ways to specify which query string parameters will be accepted by the form:

Edit form properties

Edit form XML


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