A company uses two separate unlinked apps to manage sales leads: a Power Apps app and a third-party application.
The client has the following requirements:
Manage all leads by using the Power Apps app.
Create a lead in the Power Apps app when a user creates a lead in the third-party application.
Update leads in the Power Apps app when a user updates a lead in the third-party application.
Connect to the third-party application by using an API.
You need to recommend strategies to integrate the Power Apps app and the third-party application.
Which three options can you use to achieve the goal? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
A: Customers should be able to adopt business applications from Microsoft and expect they speak the same
language and seamlessly work together. Dual Write allows our customers to not think about these apps as
different systems to write to independently; rather, the underlying infrastructure makes it seamless for these
apps to write simultaneously.
D: Use Custom APIs to create your own APIs in Dataverse. With a Custom API you can consolidate a group of
operations into an API that you and other developers can call in their code. The Common Data Service (current
environment) connector enables calling Custom APIs actions in Power Automate.
E: Common Data Service provides access to the environment database on the Microsoft Common Data
Service. It is available for Logic Apps, Power Automate, and Power Apps.