Preparation for MB6-894: Development, Extensions and Deployment for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Understand the architecture and development environment. Part 1

In this series of blog posts we will try to walk through the description of the Exam MB6-894. And look through the skills that are required for it. If you find any mistakes or in need of any explanations please do not hesitate to contact me.

  • Describe the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations architecture
    • Describe the development environment; describe the components in the application stack; identify cloud architecture components; explain the server architecture; describe the layer architecture

Quote from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-mb6-894.aspx

Describe the development environment.

Development environment for D365 is Visual Studio. I am using version 15

Settings that might be worth to know:

  1. How to make sure elements in the project will be organized by the type
  2. How to make sure that the project are configured automatically to synchronize on build1_1
  3. The Line numbers are shown
  4. Enable word wrap1_2
  5. Disable IntelliTrace for the debugging

Terminology that can be used in test:

Understand difference between:

  • Elements – is the object that can be found in AOT. Together elements define the system, and what will be shown to the users in front end. Elemnts can be customized and added to projectsdis
  • Models – group of elements that are related by a common originator, purpose, or other grouping
  • Projects
  • Packages

Know different AOT views and how to enable them:

  • Classic View
  • Model View

Understand concepts:

  • design time
  • deployable software package
  • run – time

 

 

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