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Microsoft MS-600 Exam

Building Applications and Solutions with Microsoft 365 Core Services

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Microsoft MS-600 Exam Overview :

Exam Name Building Applications and Solutions with Microsoft 365 Core Services
Exam Code MS-600
Official Information https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/ms-600
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Microsoft MS-600 Exam Topics :

Section Weight Objectives
Implement Microsoft Identity 20-25% Register an Application
  •     determine the supported account type
  •     select authentication and client credentials for app type and authentication flow
  •     define app roles
Implement Authentication
  •     configure the JavaScript implementation of Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL) for endpoint and token cache
  •     plan and configure scopes for dynamic or static permissions
  •     use the MSAL (JavaScript) login method
Configure Permissions to Consume an API
  • configure delegated permissions for the app
  • configure application permissions for the app
  • identify admin consent requirements
Implement Authorization to Consume an API
  • configure incremental consent scopes
  • call MSAL (JavaScript) using aquireTokenSilent/aquireToken pattern
Implement Authorization in an API
  • validate access token
  •  configure effective permissions for delegated scopes
  • implement app permissions using roles
  • use a delegated access token to call a Microsoft API
Create a Service to Access Microsoft Graph
  • configure client credentials using a certificate
  • configure application permissions for the app
  • acquire an access token for Microsoft Graph using an application permission and client credential certificate
  • acquire an access token using the client secret
Build Apps with Microsoft Graph 15-20% Optimize Data Usage with query parameters
  • use $filter query parameter
  • use $select query parameter
  • order results using $orderby query parameter
  • set page size of results using $skip and $top query parameters
  • expand and retrieve resources using $expand query parameter
  • retrieve the total count of matching resources using $count query parameter
  • search for resources using $search query parameter
  • determine the appropriate Microsoft Graph SDK to leverage
Optimize network traffic
  • monitor for changes using change notifications
  • combine multiple requests using $batch
  • get changes using a delta query
  • detect and handle throttling
Access User data from Microsoft Graph
  • get the signed in user's profile
  • get a list of users in the organization
  • get the user's profile photo
  • get the user object based on the user's unique identifier
  • get the user's manager’s profile
Access Files with Microsoft Graph
  • get the list of files in the signed in user's OneDrive
  • download a file from the signed in user's OneDrive using file unique id
  • download a file from a SharePoint Online site using the relative path to the file
  • get the list of files trending around the signed in user
  • upload a large file to OneDrive
  • get a user object from an owner list in a group and retrieve that user’s files
Manage a group lifecycle on Microsoft Graph
  • get the information on a group by id
  • get the list of members in a group
  • get the list of owners of a group
  • get the list of groups where the signed in user is a member
  • get the list of groups where the signed in user is an owner
  • provision a group
  • provision a Team with a group
  • delete a group
Extend and Customize SharePoint 15-20% Describe the components of a SharePoint Framework (SPFx) web part
  • identify the appropriate tool to create an SPFx Web Part project
  • describe properties of client-side web parts
  • describe Fluent UI (Office UI Fabric) in client-side web parts
  • describe when to use an app page
  • differentiate between app page and web part
  • describe rendering framework options
  • describe branding and theming in SharePoint Online
Describe SPFx Extensions
  • identify the appropriate tool to create an SPFx Extension project
  • describe page placeholders from Application Customizer
  • describe the ListView Command Set extension
  • describe the Field Customizer extension
Describe the process to package and deploy an SPFx solution
  • describe the options for preparing a package for deployment  
  • describe the options for packaging a solution  
  • describe the requirements of tenant-scoped solution deployment
  • describe the requirements of isolated web parts
  • describe the options to deploy a solution
Describe the consumption of Microsoft Graph  
  • describe the purpose of the MSGraphClient object
  • describe the methods for granting permissions to Microsoft Graph
Describe the consumption of third-party APIs secured with Azure AD from within SPFx
  • describe the purpose of the AadHttpClient object
  • describe the methods for granting permissions to consume a third-party API
Describe Web Parts as Teams Tabs
  • describe how to build a Microsoft Teams tab by using SPFx
  • describe the considerations for creating an SPFx Web Part to be a Teams Tab
  • describe the options for deploying an SPFx Web Part as a Teams Tab
Extend Teams 20-25% Create a Microsoft Teams app manifest
  • configure an app manifest using App Studio
  • manually create an app manifest to deploy an SPFx Web Part to Teams
  • create an app package for a Microsoft Teams app
Deploy a Teams app
  • describe the options for deploying a Teams app
  • sideload an app in Microsoft Teams
  • publish a Teams app to an organization app catalog
Create and use task modules
  • create a card-based task module
  • create an iframe-based task module
  • invoke a task module from a tab
  • invoke a task module from a bot
  • chain task module invocations
Create a webhook
  • create an outgoing webhook
  • create an incoming webhook
Implement custom Teams tabs
  • create a personal tab
  • create a channel/group tab
  • create a tab with a deep link
  • Add Implement single sign-on authentication to for a tab
Create a messaging extension
  • create a messaging extension search command  
  • create a messaging extension action command using an Adaptive Card
  • create a messaging extension action command using parameters
Create a conversational Bot
  • create a personal bot
  • create a group/channel bot
  • use proactive messaging with a bot
  • send Actionable Messages from a bot add Implement single sign-on authentication to for a bot
Use Microsoft Graph to work with Teams
  • create a team
  • list teams
  • configure a built-in tab
  • send activity feed notification to user
  • enable resource
Extend Office 15-20% Describe fundamental components and types of Office Add-ins
  • describe task pane and content add-ins
  • describe dialog boxes
  • describe custom functions
  • describe add-in commands
  • describe the purpose of the Office Add-ins manifest
Describe Office JS APIs  
  • describe the Office Add-in programming model
  • describe Office Add-in developer tools  
  • describe the capabilities of the Excel JavaScript API
  • describe the capabilities of the Outlook JavaScript API  
  • describe the capabilities of the Word JavaScript API
  • describe the capabilities of the PowerPoint JavaScript API
  • describe the capabilities of custom functions
Describe development of Add-ins
  • describe the options for persisting state and settings
  • describe Fluent UI (Office UI Fabric)  in Office Add-ins
  • describe when to use Microsoft Graph in Office Add-ins
  • describe authorization when using Microsoft Graph in Office Add-ins
Describe testing, debugging, and deployment options
  • select deployment options based on requirements
  • describe testing and debugging concepts for Office Add-ins
Describe actionable messages
  • describe the features of actionable messages with an Adaptive Card
  • describe the scenarios for refreshing an actionable message

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