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Microsoft Exam PL-400 Topic 7 Question 82 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's PL-400 exam
Question #: 82
Topic #: 7
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You enable change tracking on the Account table in Microsoft Dataverse. You plan to use the Organization Service to retrieve the delta data by using C#.

You need to determine which message to use. What should you use?

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Suggested Answer: C

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Rashad
2 months ago
Haha, I can already see someone picking D) RetrieveAttributeRequest and trying to use that to get the delta data. That would be like using a fork to eat soup!
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Desire
2 months ago
Hmm, I was initially leaning towards C) odata.track-changes, but now I'm not so sure. Isn't that more of an OData protocol thing, rather than a Dataverse-specific request?
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Gilma
1 months ago
I agree, A) UpdateEntityRequest seems to be the most appropriate message for this task.
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Jeffrey
1 months ago
A) UpdateEntityRequest
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Glendora
1 months ago
I believe B) RetrieveEntityChangesRequest would be the right choice for this scenario.
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Irma
1 months ago
B) RetrieveEntityChangesRequest
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Tarra
1 months ago
I think A) UpdateEntityRequest is the correct message to use for retrieving delta data.
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Herminia
1 months ago
A) UpdateEntityRequest
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Sherita
2 months ago
I agree with Chaya. The RetrieveEntityChangesRequest is specifically designed to retrieve the delta data when change tracking is enabled on a table. Using any other request would not give us the desired result.
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Chaya
2 months ago
This question seems straightforward, but it's important to understand the difference between the Microsoft Dataverse entities and the associated requests. Since we're dealing with change tracking, I'd say the correct answer is B) RetrieveEntityChangesRequest.
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