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Microsoft MB-500 Exam

Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer

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Exam Name Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer
Exam Code MB-500
Official Information https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/mb-500?wt.mc_id=learningredirect_certs-web-wwl
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Microsoft MB-500 Exam Topics :

Section Weight Objectives
Plan architecture and solution design 10-15% Identify the major components of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations apps
  •     identify the Finance and Operations app modules required for a solution based on business requirements
  •     identify architectural differences between the cloud and on-premises versions of Finance and Operations apps
  •     identify components of the application stack
  •     differentiate the purposes and interrelationships between packages, projects, models, and elements
Design and implement a user interface
  •     describe the Finance and Operations user interface layouts and components
  •     design the workspaces
  •     design and personalize user interface elements including grids, forms, and pages
  •     configure filtering options
Implement Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Lifecycle Services (LCS)
  •     describe the capabilities of the Environment Monitoring Tool within Lifecycle Services (LCS)
  •     select the purpose and appropriate uses of LCS tools and components
  •     research and resolve issues by using Issue Search
  •     identify activities that require asset libraries
  •     prepare deployment packages and deploy packages
Apply Developer Tools 10-15% Customize Finance and Operations apps by using Visual Studio
  •     create extension models
  •     design and build projects
  •     manage metadata using Application Explorer
  •     synchronize data dictionary changes with the application database
  •     create elements by using the Element Designer
Manage source code and artifacts by using version control
  •     create, check out, and check in code and artifacts
  •     branch and merge code
  •     compare code and resolve version conflicts
Implement Finance and Operations app framework functionality
  •     implement the SysOperation framework
  •     implement the asynchronous framework
  •     implement the workflow framework
  •     implement the unit test framework
  •     identify the need for and implement the Sandbox framework
Implement reporting 10-15% Describe the capabilities and limitations of reporting tools in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations apps
  •     create and modify report data sources and supporting classes
  •     implement reporting security requirements
  •     describe the report publishing process
  •     describe the differences between using Entity store and Bring your own database (BYOD) as reporting data stores
Design, create, and revise Dynamics reports
  •     create and modify reports in Finance and Operations apps that use SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
  •     create and modify Finance and Operations apps reports by using Power BI
  •     create and modify Finance and Operations apps reports FO by using Microsoft Excel
Design, create, and revise Dynamics workspaces
  •     design KPIs
  •     create drill-through workspace elements
  •     implement built-in charts, KPIs, aggregate measurement, aggregate dimension, and other reporting components
Design and develop AOT Elements 20-25% Create forms
  •     add a new form to a project and apply a pattern (template)
  •     configure a data source for the form
  •     add a grid and grid fields, groups, and other controls to a form
  •     create and populate menu items
  •     test form functionality and data connections
  •     add a form extension to a project for selected standard forms
Create and extend tables
  •     add tables to a project
  •     add table fields and field properties to a table
  •     add a table extension to a project for a table
  •     add fields groups, relations, delete actions, and indices
Create Extended Data Types (EDT) and enumerations
  •     add an EDT to a project and populate EDT properties
  •     add an enumeration to a project
  •     add or update enumeration elements and enumeration element properties
  •     add an extension of EDT and enumerations
Create classes and extend AOT elements
  •     add a new class to a project
  •     create a new class extension and add new methods
  •     add event handler methods to a class
Develop and test code 10-15% Develop X++ code
  •     identify and implement base types and operators
  •     implement common structured programming constructs of X++
  •     create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) data
  •     identify and implement global functions in X++
  •     implement table and form methods
Develop object-oriented code
  •     implement X++ variable scoping
  •     implement inheritance and abstraction concept
  •     implement query objects and the QueryBuilder class
  •     implement attribute classes
  •     implement chain of command
Integrate and manage data solutions 10-15% Identify data integration scenarios
  •     select an appropriate data integration API
  •     identify differences between synchronous vs. asynchronous patterns
Implement data integration concepts and solutions
  •     develop a data entity by using Visual Studio
  •     develop, import, and export composite data entities
  •     identify and manage unmapped fields in data entities
  •     consume external web services by using OData and RESTful APIs
  •     integrate Finance and Operations apps with Microsoft Excel by using OData
  •     develop and integrate Power Automate and Power Apps
Implement data management
  •     import and export data using entities between Finance and Operations apps and other systems
  •     monitor the status and availability of entities
  •     enable Entity Change Tracking
  •     set up a data project and recurring data jobs
  •     design entity sequencing
  •     generate field mapping between source and target data structures
  •     develop data transformations
Implement security and optimize performance 10-15% Implement role-based security policies and requirements
  •     create or modify duties, privileges, permissions, and roles
  •     enforce permissions policies
  •     implement record-level security by using Extensible Data Security (XDS)
Apply fundamental performance optimization techniques
  •     identify and apply caching mechanisms for forms and tables
  •     implement the global cache
  •     create or modify temporary tables for optimization purposes
  •     determine whento use set-based queries and row-based queries
  •     modify queries to optimize performance
  •     modify variable scope to optimize performance
  •     analyze and optimize concurrency
Optimize user interface performance
  •     capture traces by using TraceParser and analyze traces
  •     diagnose and optimize client performance by using Microsoft Edge F12 Developer tools, Fiddler, and other common tools
  •     diagnose and optimize client performance by using Performance Timer

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