You are creating a model-driven app that allows users to create and edit a list of existing accounts.
You need to display a list of all active accounts.
Which user interface components should you use?
Imagine that you have a collection of data (such as a list sales orders, a set of service tickets, or a directory of contacts), and that you want to show this data in your Microsoft PowerApps app in a tabular format, where each column represents a field and each row represents a record. In the past, you might have been able to roughly simulate this visualization, although the process required some effort. However, we've been listening to your requests and are happy to announce that you can now quickly and easily achieve this very typical visualization by using the new Data table control that has been recently added to PowerApps.
Each maker at a company has a separate Common Data Service environment. You are customizing a canvas app. You create two new entities in your environment.
You are leaving for a vacation. Another maker will continue customizing the app in your absence.
You need to transfer the work to the other maker and ensure that you can work on the updated app when you return from your vacation.
What should you export?
Unmanaged Solution: The beginning state of solution is the unmanaged solution state. During this phase, you can add, edit, update, remove, delete, and test any of the components of the solution.
Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some question sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution.
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You build a canvas app for a manufacturing company. The company receives parts and materials from many vendors. You create a form to collect information from packing slips.
Receivers must be able to take a picture of packing slips to receive materials instead of manually entering data in the app.
You need to ensure that users can scan packing slip information into the form.
Proposed solution: Use a Category classification model.
Does the solution meet the goal?
A Category classification model categorizes text by its meaning.
You create a canvas app for technicians at a computer store. You assign technicians cases to work on. The technicians update cases at the end of customer site visit.
The manager wants the technicians to sell warranties to the customers. If a customer agrees to purchase a warranty, technicians use the canvas app to immediately alert the sales team, and then the technician records details about the warranty into the app.
You need to create a flow to alert the sales team.
Which type of trigger should you use?
Create a button flow to run routine tasks by simply tapping a button. Customize your flow by allowing the user to provide specific details that will be used when the flow runs.
Note: There are many repetitive tasks that we all wish we could run with just a tap of a button. For example, you may need to quickly email your team to remind them to join the daily team sync, or you may want to start a new Visual Studio Codespaces build of your code base after you've been notified that there are no more checkins planned for the day. Button flows allow you to accomplish these and many other tasks simply by tapping a button on your mobile device.
You are creating an app for an organization's human resources (HR) department. You create an Employee entity in an unmanaged Common Data Service solution.
Another user creates the following Power Automate flows separately from the solution:
You need to incorporate the flows that can be added to the solution.
Which two flows can you include? Each correct selection presents a complete solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
You can add any of these conditions to determine precisely when your flow is triggered.