PL-400 – Question 66


Question 66

An organization has a custom Assignments entity that guides agent actions. Team leaders for each assignment group must be able to review any changes made to assignment data by their agents.
You have the following JSON segment:

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

Correct Answer:

Box 1: Yes –
Delta query lets you query for additions, deletions, or updates to users, by way of a series of delta function calls. Delta query enables you discover changes to users without having to fetch the entire set of users from Microsoft Graph and compare changes.

Box 2: No –

Tracking user changes –
Tracking user changes is a round of one or more GET requests with the delta function. You make a GET request much like the way you list users, except that you include the following:
The delta function.
A state token (deltaToken or skipToken) from the previous GET delta function call.
Delta tokens are only valid for a specific period before the client application needs to run a full synchronization again. For directory objects (application, administrativeUnit, directoryObject, directoryRole, group, orgContact, oauth2permissiongrant, servicePrincipal, and user), the limit is 7 days.

Box 3: No –
There is limited support for $filter:
The only supported $filter expression is for tracking changes on a specific object: $filter=id+eq+{value}.

Box 4: Yes –