MB6-890 Microsoft Dynamics AX Development Introduction Exam

Code: MB6-890
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MB6-890 Microsoft Dynamics AX Development Introduction Exam

Target Audience

This exam is intended for individuals who plan to implement the basic technical and development tasks required to customize Microsoft Dynamics AX. This audience typically includes technical consultants, programmers, and IT personnel. Candidates should have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics AX, Visual Studio 2015, and object oriented programming.

Prerequisites 

803873 - Dynamics 365 - AX R3 - Developer Boot Camp (5 days) Exam MB6-890

Exam Specifics

Skills being measured

This certification exam measures a candidate’s ability to understand and articulate how to create and modify elements in the application explorer. In addition, it will measure the candidate’s ability to read, write, and understand basic elements of the X++ language, identify core best practices for developing custom solutions with Microsoft Dynamics AX, and design user interface elements following the patterns defined by Microsoft.

Time requirements

Microsoft Dynamics exam times typically range between 60 -- 160 minutes.  Note that this time does not include any additional time required for validating your identification, reviewing instructions, providing comments, and calculating your score.

Microsoft Dynamics exams typically contain between 40 – 75 questions

Multiple Choice and Multiple Answer questions

Exam Topics

Understand the Architecture and Development Environment (20% - 25%)

Understand the Architecture and Development Environment

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify features of Microsoft Dynamics AX; describe the development environment; describe the components in the application stack; identify cloud architecture components; explain the server architecture; describe the layer architecture.

Use Microsoft Visual Studio to manage development with Microsoft Dynamics AX

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify the windows and basic navigation of Visual Studio; describe differences between and uses for projects, models, solutions, and packages.

 

Use the Application Explorer to Develop New Elements (25% - 30%)

Create and manage labels and resources

This objective may include but is not limited to: create new label files; create and use labels; describe elements and uses for labels; identify best practices for labelsidentify uses for resources.

Create and manage data types

This objective may include but is not limited to: describe uses for base enumerations; create new base enumerations; identify best practices for base enumerations; describe primitive and extended data types; create new extended data types; identify key properties for extended data types; implement best practices for extended data types.

Create and manage tables

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify the components of a table; describe various types of table relationships; describe various types of table indexes; implement best practices for tables, relationships, and indexes.

 

Read, Write and Understand Basic X++ (30% - 35%)

Describe X++

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify the characteristics of X++; use the code editor to write X++; describe the features of IntelliSense; identify basic syntax for X++; describe the use of common key words in X++; describe the features of the debugger; use the comparison tool; use the best practice checker.

Work with X++ control statements

This objective may include but is not limited to: work with variables, operators, conditional statements, and loops; use built-in functions; use communication tools.

Work with classes

This objective may include but is not limited to: create new classes; describe scoping events and parameters; describe inheritance; identify key best practices when writing X++.

Use X++ to manipulate data

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify techniques for data retrieval; explain uses for transaction integrity checking; insert, update, and delete records using X++; identify best practices for manipulating data with X++.

Manage exceptions in X++

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify exception types; use try/catch statements; describe the features of optimistic concurrency control; describe best practices for exception handling with X++ .

 

Manage the User Interface and Security for Developers  (20% - 25%)

Manage the user interface

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify components of various form patterns; identify common form patterns and sub patterns; identify key properties for form elements; apply and validate form patterns; describe uses for tiles; describe how to join data in forms; implement best practices for form development.

Manage user navigation

This objective may include but is not limited to: identify types of menu items; create menu items and menus; identify key properties for menu items; describe uses for menu items; implement best practices for menus and menu items.

Manage security in the development environment

This objective may include but is not limited to: describe the security architecture; describe the components of role-based security; create new privileges, duties, and roles in the application explorer; describe the extensible data security framework.

Guaranteed to Run

2018-03-07 09:00 to 2018-03-09 17:00
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Virtual Instructor-Led)
2018-02-12 09:00 to 2018-02-16 17:00
Secaucus, New Jersey (Virtual Instructor-Led)
2018-02-12 09:00 to 2018-02-16 17:00
Attend Online
2018-02-09
09:00 to 17:00
Newark, New Jersey (Virtual Instructor-Led)
2018-01-29 09:00 to 2018-02-02 17:00
Attend Online
2018-01-25 09:00 to 2018-01-26 17:00
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Virtual Instructor-Led)

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