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MB2-703 CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Guide explained – Question#6

Question #6:

 

You are creating a custom entity.

Which three communication and collaboration features can be disabled after they are enabled? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
A. Sending email

B. Access Teams

C. Document management

D. Mail merge

E. Notes

 

Answer: Once the entity is created and the features are enabled, ‘Sending Email’ feature as well as ‘Notes’ feature cannot be disabled. Features like ‘Access Teams’, ‘Document Management’, ‘Mail Merge’ can be disabled after they are enabled.

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Answer to this question would be options B,C & D

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MB2-703 CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Guide explained – Question#5

Question #5:

You are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.
You plan to create an entity named Project. The Project entity will have 15 custom fields.
Which two properties can you change after you create the entity? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
A. Ownership

B. Number of fields

C. Define as activity entity

D. Display Name

Answer: After creating the entity, additional fields can be added to the entity. Display name of the entity can be changed any time after it is created. Ownership type of the entity and the property to define it as an activity entity cannot be modified once the entity is created. Hence, answer would be options B & D

MB2-703 CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Guide explained – Question#4

Question #4:

 

What type of relationship exists between the Marketing List entity and the Contact entity?

A. One-to-many (1:N)

B. Many-to-one (N:l)

C. Native many-to-many (N:N)

D. Manual many-to-many (N:N)

 

Answer: There is a Native N:N relationship between Marketing List and Contact. Due to this the intermediate entity that joins Contact with Marketing List entity is not available on the CRM UI. Answer is C.

MB2-703 CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Guide Explained– Question#3

Question 3: You need to add a new custom entity to a Microsoft Dynamics CRM database. Which three actions can you perform to achieve this goal? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
 
A. Execute a workflow.

B. Import a Solution.

C. Run a dialog.

D. Create a new entity in the default Solution.

E. Import data.
 
Answer: You cannot create a new entity by executing a workflow. But, you can create a new entity by importing a solution package which contains a new custom entity. Running a dialog will not create a new entity. You can create a new entity while importing a csv file in to CRM system using the data import feature in CRM. Hence the answer should be B, D and E

MB2-703 CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Guide – Question#2

Question 2: You are creating a customized Solution for a conference.
 
Each conference attendee can register for multiple sessions, and each session can have multiple registered attendees. Attendees complete surveys after each session. Surveys have custom fields.

Which relationship type should you use between attendees and session registrations to track surveys?

 

A. One-to-many (1:N) from session registration to attendee

B. One-to-many (1:N) from attendee to session registration

C. Native many-to-many (N:N) between attendee and session registration

D. Manual many-to-many (N:N) between attendee and session registration

 

Answer: Native N:N relationship creates a connection entity which joins the primary and secondary entities in the relationship but would be hidden to the users. In this case, we need the joining entity available on the form and hence the solution would be to use Manual N:N relationship between attendee and session registration. Option D would be the answer.

MB2-703 CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Guide – Question#1

Question 1# A custom entity is no longer required. What should you do before deleting the entity?

 

A. Remove the entity from any required security roles.

B. Check whether the entity has any dependencies.

C. Reassign all the records in the entity.

D. Change the entity ownership to Organization.

 

Answer to this question is pretty straight forward. We should check if the entity has any dependencies before deleting it. Answer is B.