PL-400 – Question 39

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Question 39

A manufacturing company uses a Common Data Service (CDS) environment to manage their parts inventory across two warehouses modeled as business units and named WH1 and WH2.
Data from the two warehouses is processed separately for each part that has its inventory quantities updates. The company must automate this process, pushing inventory updates from orders submitted to the warehouses.
You need to build the automation using Power Automate flows against the CDS database. You must achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which flow or flows should you recommend?

A. Two automated flows with scope Business Unit, with triggers on Create/Update/Delete on orders.
B. Two automated flows with scope Business Unit, with triggers on Create/Update/Delete and each flow filtering updates from each business unit.
C. Two scheduled flows, each querying and updating the parts included in orders from each business unit.
D. One scheduled flow, querying the parts included in orders in both business units.
E. One automated flow, querying the orders in both business units.
F. Two scheduled flows, each querying the orders from each business unit.
G. Two automated flows with scope Organization, with triggers on Create/Update/Delete and filters on WH1 and WH2.
H. Two automated flow with scope Business Unit, with triggers on Create/Update/Delete on orders and filters on WH1 and WH2.

Correct Answer: H
With the Common Data Service connector, you can create Power Automate flows that are initiated by create and update events within Dataverse. Additionally, you can perform create, update, retrieve, and delete actions on records within Dataverse.
You can use scopes to determine if your flow runs if you create a new record, if a new record is created by a user within your business unit, or if a new record is created by any user in your organization.
Reference:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/connection-cds

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