Boot Camp for MB-300T00 and MB-500T00

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Training Courses
This Boot Camp offers a complete training series including Microsoft Dynamics 365 training courses for developer (F&S) with enhanced labs and extended course content. Boot Camp will equip you to set up and maintain core configurations, and it includes strategies for avoiding the most common (and costly) performance pitfalls. Data migrations are a core activity…read more


Last modified: April 7, 2020

What you'll learn

  • Get started with Lifecycle Services for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Core features of Dynamics 365 such as Workspaces, Global Address Book, etc.
  • Understand the functionality and tools of Lifecycle Services
  • Use Lifecycle Services for designing and planning implementation
  • Testing tools such as the Regression Suite Automation Tool
  • Best practices towards planning including Functional Design Documents (FDD)
  • High-level reporting features available such as Power BI, Financial Reporting & Reports
  • Configure Power BI to your instance
  • Use Mobile App features that are available within Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Working with workflows and automating business processes
  • Setup and configure legal entities
  • Manage and maintain users for daily administration
  • Manage security of users and apply segregation of duties
  • View the security reports and know when to use them
  • Configure alerts and know when to use them
  • Understand the user options and how to apply them
  • Understand how to use record templates
  • Understand how to use personalizations
  • Learn the Office integration and automation functions
  • Learn how to use and maintain email templates
  • Learn how to use Power BI
  • Configure your environments for Network Printing
  • Work with common data services for Apps
  • Configure calendars and date intervals for multiple purposes including reporting
  • Choose a data integration (import/export) strategy
  • Determine when and how to use the data expansion tool
  • Identify relevant data entities and elements
  • Verify common migration scenarios and tools in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations
  • Identify and extract source data
  • Identify and import static data that is common between industries
  • Create and review test plans for data migration
  • Configure and check the transition between existing and migrated systems
  • Perform a test migration and validate the process exit
  • Generate field mapping between source and target data structures
  • Understand the bring your own database (BYOD) feature
  • Identify relevant (legacy) systems
  • Design and Deployment considerations
  • Lifecycle Services Components and uses
  • Source Code and Version Control for Dynamics 365
  • Use Visual Studio for Customizations in Dynamics 365
  • Learn X ++ fundamentals such as Extended Data Types & Enumerations
  • Learn X++ fundamentals such as Tables, Forms, & Classes
  • Become familiar with the new X++ Testing Framework
  • Examine Data Migration from X++ perspective
  • Utilize the new extension-based framework
  • Understand the Data Management Package API
  • Learn how to Integrate with Azure and other best practices
  • Learn about the Power Platform and what is available
  • Learn how to build Reports and work with External Data Stores
  • Utilize performance monitoring tools in Dynamics 365
  • Learn the fundamentals of Dynamics 366 performance optimization

Requirements

  • Students taking this BOOT CAMP need internet speeds of at least 10 Mbps.
  • At least 2 monitors are recommended with 1920x1080 resolution.

Description

This Boot Camp offers a complete training series including Microsoft Dynamics 365 training courses for developer (F&S) with enhanced labs and extended course content. Boot Camp will equip you to set up and maintain core configurations, and it includes strategies for avoiding the most common (and costly) performance pitfalls. Data migrations are a core activity for carrying out a go-live and common day-to-day functionality in Dynamics 365. These Microsoft Dynamics 365 training courses will help with setting up Day-to-day migrations and larger ones and understanding how to use the options that are available. Students will also learn how to program X++ code as well as the usage of the developer tools.  

Proprietary Course Enhancements

While all official preparatory information will be covered, we have designed this Boot Camp to include additional exercises and content. We reserve the right to enhance the standard Microsoft course material adding value and preparing students for real-world situations. Our Boot Camp will keep our students updated with the latest information.

Course Content
25 Lectures
25 Quizzes
85 Labs
  • Module 1: Get Started with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
    This module will help in learning the basics of Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and how it supports various industries in managing their global financial systems for enhancing productivity. This module mainly gives you an overview of other modules and how they are helpful and supportive of the industry-specific areas.
    LessonsDuration
    Overview of Finance and Operations functionality
    Understand and use global address
    Navigation and workspaces
    Get help with Finance and Operations
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    understand what Finance and Operations is.
    understand the industries it supports.
    be familiar with the modules in Finance and Operations.
    be familiar with the purpose of the features in those modules.
    LabsDuration
    Creating new Party records
    Navigation and Workspaces
  • Module 2: Get Started with Lifecycle Services
    This module will help you to get started with Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) and learn the overall functionality and tools available within LCS. Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) is a collaborative workspace that is used to manage Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations projects by the customers as well as their partners. LCS is used in all the processes from pre-sales to implementation, and finally to the production environment either on the cloud or on-premise. LCS manages the project, methodologies, overall implementation process through its checklists and tools.
    LessonsDuration
    Understand the functionality and tools of Lifecycle Services
    Reuse existing assets, copy and share data
    Understand Task recorder functionality
    Create a business process model
    Run the LCS Issue Search tool and analyze results
    Learn how to use Regression Suite Automation Tool
    Practice Labs
    Module Summary
    Students will be able to
    understand the functionality and tools of Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) for Finance and Operations.
    understand Task recorder functionality.
    identify and analyze gaps using the Business Process Modeler (BPM).
    create a business process model.
    reuse existing assets, copy, and share data.
    run the LCS Issue Search tool and analyze results.
    LabsDuration
    Perform actions in the Asset Library
    Understanding the Task recorder functionality
    Run the LCS Issue Search tool and analyze results
  • Module 3: Use Lifecycle Services to Design and Plan
    The implementation of the Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations will be successful with the help of proper design and plan. A Functional Consultant’s first task is to manage the application lifecycle once the agreement is signed by the customer for purchasing licenses for Finance and Operations. After that, predictable, repeatable, and high-quality implementation is done.
    LessonsDuration
    Introduction
    Phases of a cloud implementation
    Phases of an on-premises implementation
    Create Functional Design Documents (FDD)
    Module Summary
    Students will be able to
    prepare documentation for gathered requirements by using a methodology in LCS.
    define use case scenarios.
    participate in the creation of functional requirements documents (FRD).
    understand the importance of creating and maintaining documented processes.
    participate in phase-based planning processes and solution design.
    describe the future state business processes based on a proposed solution.
    determine when to build versus buy.
    create functional design documents (FDD).
    LabsDuration
    Test, deploy and operate
  • Module 4: Overview of Reporting and Analytics
    Reporting and analytics have great significance and this module teaches how to do it effectively. A report is a structured presentation of data in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations which helps the user to make informed decisions.
    LessonsDuration
    Understand reports and inquiries
    Learn about Financial reporting
    Configure Power BI to the instance
    Practice Labs
    Module Summary
    Students will be able to
    learn various types of reports and inquiries in Finance and Operations.
    understand and learn configuring Finance and Operations for the Microsoft Power Platform.
    learn how to do financial reporting.
    LabsDuration
    Microsoft Office integrations
    Find inquiries and reports
  • Module 5: Build and Test Mobile Apps
    In this module, you will have guidelines and will learn design patterns of a mobile app for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Moreover, you will get to know how to build and test mobile apps according to the scenario. The mobile platform helps to do customizations in Finance and Operations by changing the forms and mobile app definitions. Mobile apps provide easy-to-use designer experience by offering mobile interactions.
    LessonsDuration
    Overview of Unified Operations mobile app
    Build and use mobile apps
    Practice Lab
    Module Summary
    Students will be able to
    learn how to create a mobile app and publish it in Finance and Operations.
    understand the design considerations for a mobile app helps create the mobile app to match the user experience of a modern application.
    download the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Unified Operations app.
    discover how to run the Dynamics 365 Unified Operations app to connect to Finance and Operations.
    learn how to use the published mobile apps and pull-to-refresh the data.
    LabsDuration
    Navigating in the mobile app
    Walk-through: Mobile app install
    Walk-through: Use new and existing mobile apps
  • Module 6: Create, Maintain and Use Workflows
    A workflow holds great importance as it clearly shows who must complete a task in a particular flow to complete the bigger task while making a decision and approving a document. This module is about creating, maintaining, and using workflows.
    LessonsDuration
    Workflows for business processes
    Create and setup workflows
    Assign users to workflow touchpoints
    Use Work items
    Practice Lab
    Module Summary
    Students will be able to
    learn how to apply automation by using workflows.
    acquire knowledge how to discover that defining a specific type allows a business to control each step in a critical process.
    modify an existing workflow.
    comprehend that these workflow processes can require manual approval, workflow approval, or no approval.
    learn how to set up, configure, and add a manual/automated task in a workflow.
    understand and learn how to configure an approval process in a workflow.
    grasp information how to assign users to workflow touchpoints.
    learn how to configure an approval step in a workflow.
    LabsDuration
    Create and setup workflows
    Modify and delete a specific version of a workflow
  • Module 7: Set Up and Configure Legal Entities
    This module teaches how to set up and configure legal entities and number sequences in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.
    LessonsDuration
    Create a legal entity and generate number sequences
    Create a number sequence
    Create organization hierarchies
    Apply purposes and policies
    Configure calendars and date intervals
    Practice Labs
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    learn how to create a legal entity.
    acquire knowledge how to generate number sequences (manually/by using a wizard).
    learn how to configure calendars and date intervals.
    comprehend how to create organization hierarchies, apply purposes, and set up policies.
    LabsDuration
    Create a new legal entity
    Create a new number sequence
    Configure calendars
  • Module 8: Manage users and security
    Managing users and security is extremely important and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations offer a facility for keeping sensitive data safe with an array of security and configuration options. This way, the system remains streamlined keeping users focused on their roles. Moreover, learning to implement different security options will be helpful for organizations to meet the requirements of security. After developing an understanding of security architecture, security can be easily customized to meet the business requirements.
    LessonsDuration
    Understand the security architecture
    Manage users and security
    Setup and apply segregation of duties
    Run security reports
    Setup batch jobs and alerts
    Practice labs
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    understood the security architecture of Finance and Operations.
    learn to manage users.
    learn to manage security.
    learn to apply segregation of duties.
    run security reports.
    LabsDuration
    Setup batch jobs and alerts
    Run security reports
  • Module 9: Perform Personalization
    Personalization is very helpful in saving time and effort when using the system.
    LessonsDuration
    Describe and apply user options
    Create, export and import personalizations
    Create and maintain record templates
    Practice labs
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    learn how to use and apply user options.
    understand and learn how to create and export personalization for making them available for other users.
    learn the difference between customization and personalization.
    comprehend how personalization helps in saving time.
    learn how personalization allows creating and maintaining the record templates.
    LabsDuration
    Personalization toolbar, workspace, dashboard, and inventory dimensions
    Create, export, and import personalizations
    Explicit personalization
  • Module 10: Implement Common Integration Features
    This module is about Microsoft Dynamics 365 integration with other common programs like email, Microsoft Office, and Power BI.
    LessonsDuration
    Microsoft Office integration
    Configure email
    Create and maintain email templates
    Use Power BI
    Setup network printing
    Integrate data into Common Data Services for Apps
    Practice Labs
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    learn how to use Microsoft Office integration in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.
    understand and learn how to configure email (SMTP/Exchange) and create and maintain email templates.
    setting up network printing features for using them remotely.
    learn how to integrate data from multiple sources into Common Data Service for Apps and integrate the data to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations using the Data Management workspace.
    LabsDuration
    Excel Workbook Designer
    Configure and send email
  • Module 11: Prepare Data for Migration and Migrate Data
    This module has not included technical details in it related to using and setting up every integration pattern or working with sample code, however, getting to know about available integration tools is a good practice.
    LessonsDuration
    Introduction
    Understand BYOD feature
    Perform a test migration and validate output
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    choose a data integration (import/export) strategy.
    identify common migration scenarios and tools in Finance and Operations.
    understand the bring your own database (BYOD) feature.
    identify relevant (legacy) systems.
    identify and import static data that is common between industries.
    create and review test plans for data migration.
    identify and extract source data.
    identify relevant data entities and elements.
    generate field mapping between source and target data structures.
    perform a test migration and validate output.
    support the transition between the existing and migrated systems.
  • Module 12: Use Data Management
    This module includes the basic concepts of the Data management platform. It also includes how to import and export data in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations by using the Data management workspace. Moreover, asynchronous recurring integration features of the Data management platform are also a part of this module.
    LessonsDuration
    Introduction
    Understand data management and integration
    Data management workspace
    Templates in data management
    Import, export and copy data into a legal entity
    Practice Labs
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    identify the correct pattern for a given scenario to use the data management platform for integration by using data entities.
    work with the data management workspace.
    export data from a legal entity.
    import data into a legal entity.
    work with data import and export jobs.
    clean up the staging tables.
    LabsDuration
    Data management workspace (Import/Export)
    Templates in data management
  • Module 13: Perform User Acceptance Testing
    This module is about creating and performing user acceptance testing. Having a methodology for the creation and testing is very beneficial, as it helps to organize and plan efficiently to test case scenarios.
    LessonsDuration
    Introduction
    Create and perform test cases for User Acceptance
    Practice Lab
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    understand the correlation between test cases and business requirements.
    get a knowledge of best practices for recording test cases.
    learn about task recorder.
    understand how to create a Scenario Acceptance Testing BPM library.
    to synchronize and configure test plan in Azure DevOps.
    execute tests.
    LabsDuration
    Create and save a new task recording
    Upload an AXTR file to BPM
    Save an existing task recording to BPM
  • Module 14: Prepare to Go Live
    ‘Prepared to go live’ is the last step of completing the implementation of the solution in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations to the production environment. Success cannot be achieved without knowing how to prepare for Finance and Operations go-live.
    LessonsDuration
    Introduction
    Get ready to go live
    Module summary
    Students will be able to
    be prepared for go-live.
    complete the Lifecycle Services (LCS) methodology.
    perform User acceptance testing (UAT) for your solution.
    understand the FastTrack go-live assessment.
    request the production environment.
  • Module 15: Overview and Architecture
    Describe the Dynamics 365 ecosystem and major components of the Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations (FO) software, describe the architecture of D365FO, describe relevant D365FO design and deployment considerations.
    LessonsDuration
    Explore the ecosystem and main components
    Explore the technical architecture
    Explore design and deployment considerations
    Students will be able to
    develop the basic understanding of the Dynamics 365 ecosystem, architecture, implementation strategies, development and deployment processes, user interface functionality, and reporting options.
    identify and describe code deployment processes and strategies fit for specific company requirements.
    LabsDuration
    Create a deployable package in Visual Studio
  • Module 16: Developer Tools
    Manage system implementations by using Lifecycle Services, Customize Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations by using Visual Studio, manage source code and artifacts by using version control, Work with other development tools to complete tasks.
    LessonsDuration
    Manage implementations by using Lifecycle Services
    Manage source code by using version control
    Customize by using Visual Studio
    Students will be able to
    create and build projects in Visual Studio.
    manage metadata by using the Application Explorer in Visual Studio.
    build deployment packages in Visual Studio.
    synchronize data changes with the database in Visual Studio.
    use the Element Designer to create elements in Visual Studio.
    LabsDuration
    Upload deployable package in asset library
  • Module 17: Solution Design
    Determine the required application stack components and server architecture, Implement Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Design a solution for Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.
    LessonsDuration
    Implement application lifecycle management
    Students will be able to
    explore the methodologies for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
    increase their productivity as a developer.
    learn to improve collaboration between teams and provide transparency for work items.
    LabsDuration
    Create a model
  • Module 18: AOT Elements
    Create forms, Create and extend tables, Create Extended data Types (EDT) and enumerations, create classes and extend AOT elements.
    LessonsDuration
    Build extended data types and enumerations
    Build tables
    Build forms and optimize form performance
    Create classes
    Students will be able to
    use base enums and EDTs and learn about the benefits of using each type.
    create table
    create and design forms with menu items
    LabsDuration
    Create a new project
    Create a base enumeration
    Add elements to the new base enumeration
    Create table
    Add fields to the table
    Create field groups and add fields to the field groups
    Create a form
    Add a pattern and data source to the form
    Build the simple list form pattern
    Preview the form in a browser
    Create menu item
    Create a runnable class
    Add code to insert customer records
  • Module 19: Code Development and Testing
    Develop X++ code, develop object-oriented code, Extend Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations functionality, describe test framework and tools, Perform Unit Testing.
    LessonsDuration
    Explore the test framework and use tools
    Get started with development using X++
    Develop object-oriented code
    Students will be able to
    explore the test framework and use tools.
    learn best practices that can be used to keep X++ code clean and uniform.
    learn configure the test environment and perform unit testing.
    begin developing in Finance and Operations by using X++.
    learn the basic concepts of object-oriented-programming.
    learn using core concepts like abstract classes, inheritance, and Chain of Command (CoC) to create a parent-child relationship between classes for customizations.
    LabsDuration
    Create a new test case
    Create ATL (Acceptance Test Library) entity
    Create a task recording
    Import a Task Recorder recording into Visual Studio
    Variables and operators
    Instance methods
    Static methods
    Different types of operators
    Conditional statements
    Iterative statements
    Inheritance
    Abstraction
    Attribute classes
    Chain of commands – Create an extension of a method in the CustTable class
    Interface
  • Module 20: Data Migration
    Describe migration tools and methodologies, Plan Migration strategy, prepare data for migration and migrate data.
    LessonsDuration
    Prepare data for migration
    Students will be able to
    learn how to prepare data for a successful migration by identifying important factors such as legacy systems, and static and common data.
    learn choosing a data integration (import/export) strategy.
    identify common migration scenarios and tools in Finance and Operations.
    understand the bring your own database (BYOD) feature.
    identify relevant (legacy) systems.
    identify and import static data that is common between industries.
    create and review test plans for data migration.
    identify and extract source data.
    identify relevant data entities and elements.
    generate field mapping between source and target data structures.
    perform a test migration and validate output.
    support the transition between the existing and migrated systems.
    LabsDuration
    BYOD configuration
    Data export using BYOD and Data Entities
    Data entity framework
  • Module 21: Frameworks
    Implement Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations functionality.
    LessonsDuration
    Explore extensions and the extension framework
    Extend elements
    Students will be able to
    explore extensions and the extension framework.
    develop code in extensions.
    learn about requesting new extensibility points and how to use ones which are already there.
    receive knowledge about using extension points to elements in other packages.
    LabsDuration
    Class extension using Event handlers
    Extend the AgencyLocationCode EDT
    Create table extension
    Extend the form
    Add a tab, button group, and button to the Action Pane control
  • Module 22: Integration
    Identify Data integration patterns and scenarios, Implement Data integration concepts and solutions, Implement Recurring integrations, Integrate Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations with Microsoft Azure, troubleshoot integration errors, Implement the Data Management Package API.
    LessonsDuration
    Identify data integration patterns and scenarios
    Implement data integration concepts and solutions
    Implement the Data management package
    Data integrations
    Integrate with Microsoft Azure
    Connecting to Power Platform services
    Consume business events
    Students will be able to
    identify data integration patterns and scenarios.
    learn how to select an API integration that best fits the needs of a specific business depending on format, protocol, transformation type, job scheduling, and service type needs.
    learn the difference between synchronous and asynchronous integrations and how to decide which one you should choose for your scenario.
    implement data integration concepts and solutions.
    learn how to make thoughtful data integration scenario decisions when implementing Finance and Operations.
    LabsDuration
    Create an External Web Service
    Excel integration
    Data management workspace
    Microsoft Flow
    PowerApps
    Implement a new Business Event
  • Module 23: Reporting
    Describe the capabilities and limitations of reporting tools in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, Design, create, and revise Dynamics Reports, Design, create, and revise Dynamics workspaces, Design, create, and revise data sources that connect to data stores external to Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.
    LessonsDuration
    Explore the reporting tools
    Build reports
    Build workspaces
    Manage data sources with external data stores
    Students will be able to
    learn about the capabilities of the different reporting tools in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and when to use them.
    learn how to implement security requirements.
    develop understanding about the steps and information necessary to design, create, and modify these workspaces.
    design, create, and modify SSRS reports.
    manage data sources with external data stores.
    identify report data source requirements for external sources.
    create and manage custom data sources.
    optimize data entities to achieve better performance.
    learn about what types of considerations are needed before you invest time and effort in BYOD.
    learn how to create and manage custom data sources for BYOD.
    LabsDuration
    Enable the AOS Authorization property
    Create and deploy a report
    Create a new workspace
    Add a list to your workspace
    Create a KPI
    Add the KPI to a workspace
    Add a tile button to your workspace in the user interface
    Add a tile button to an existing workspace in the developer environment
    Create a data entity
  • Module 24: Security and Performance
    Describe and implement performance tools and LCS Environment Monitoring tools, implement role-based security policies and requirements, apply fundamental performance optimization techniques, optimize performance for batch processes, optimize user interface performance, enhance Integration performance, optimize Report Performance
    LessonsDuration
    Security and Performance
    Work with performance and monitoring tools
    Implement role-based security
    Apply basic performance optimization techniques
    Students will be able to
    learn how to discover, diagnose, and view various performance issues within your Finance and Operations environments by using a multitude of tools from Trace parser to Health metrics in LCS.
    develop understanding of role-based security.
    apply basic performance optimization techniques.
    LabsDuration
    Configure Trace parser
    Create the security role
    Add duties to the security role
  • Module 25: Summary
    This module includes a summary of the overall content of the course.
    LessonsDuration
    Course summary
    Final assessment
    Students will be able to
    conclude the course.

About the Instructor


Brandon Ahmad, MCSE

Microsoft Certified Trainer Regional Lead - USA

8.8 out of 9.0 Average Instructor Rating

Top Instructor Award Twice

MCSE Certification in Dynamics 365

Freelances as hands-on Technical Lead with very advanced development scenarios for Day Job

Brandon Teaches D365 for Finance and Operations Programming

Brandon Ahmad is a pre-eminent hands-on Microsoft Dynamics Lead Technical Architect and a passionate instructor. He believes that the best way to teach programming is by example with many custom real-world scenarios. He also believes that anyone can become good at development as long as they have the right teaching, work ethic, and curriculum.

To date he has personally consulted over 60 implementations across the globe while often solving and implementing many very advanced development scenarios.

His biggest secret to teaching is to simply care about the people who take his courses. His best reward is to hear of someone who saved a lot of time and mastered Dynamics while knowing that his course played a part in that success.

Exam MB-300: Microsoft Dynamics 365: Core Finance and Operations

  • Use common functionality and implementation tools (20-25%)
    Identify common Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance features and functionality
    • determine when to use workspaces
    • identify use cases for Power Platform apps including Power Apps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow
    • identify and differentiate between the global address book and other address books
    • demonstrate Work Items functionality
    • demonstrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance navigation techniques
    • identify Inquiry and Report types available in a default installation
    Implement Lifecycle Services (LCS) tools
    • identify opportunities to re-use existing assets
    • analyze Business Process Modeler results and identify gaps in functionality
    • including creating an Acceptance Testing BPM library and analyzing the results
    • use the LCS tools including Issue Search and analyze results
  • Configure security, processes, and options (45-50%)
    Implement security
    • identify and distinguish between the various standard security roles in Finance and Operations
    • distinguish between duties, privileges, and permissions
    • assign users to security roles based on given scenarios
    Design and create workflows
    • identify opportunities for automation and controls based on customer workflows
    • configure workflow properties and elements
    • troubleshoot workflows
    Configure options
    • set up and configure legal entities
    • configure base number sequences
    • import or create all necessary startup data including Zip/Postal Code data, customers, vendors, and products
    • configure the calendars and date intervals
    • configure units of measure and conversions
    • configure posting profiles and definitions
    • create organization hierarchies
    • apply purposes and policies
    • describe and apply user options
    Implement Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance common features
    • configure Microsoft Office integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance
    • configure email (SMTP/Exchange)
    • create and maintain email and record templates
    • integrate Power BI with Entity store
    • create, export, and import personalizations
    • set up network printing
    Implement business processes for the solution
    • define use case scenarios
    • participate in phase-based planning processes and the solution design
    • design and create workflows
    • set up batch Jobs and alerts
    • use business process workspaces
  • Perform data migration (15-20%)
    Plan a migration strategy
    • identify common migration scenarios and tools in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance
    • determine migration scope
    • identify relevant data entities and elements based on given scenarios
    • establish migration strategy processes including migration scope
    Prepare data for migration and migrate data
    • identify and extract source data
    • generate field mapping between source and target data structures
    • support the transition between the existing and migrated systems
    • perform a test migration and validate output from the process
  • Validate and support the solution (15-20%)
    Implement and validate the solution within Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance
    • perform user acceptance testing (UAT)
    • prepare and validate to Go live
    • build test scripts to test business functionality
    • automate test case automation by using the Regression Suite Automation Tool (RSAT)
    • demonstrate the correlation between test scripts and business requirements
    • monitor validation test progress and make ad hoc changes during validation testing to correct identified issues
    Support Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) by using LCS
    • perform a solution gap analysis
    • use LCS tools to identify, report, and resolve issues
    • manage Microsoft Dynamics 365 One Version

Exam MB-500: Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer

  • Plan Architecture and Solution Design (10-15%)

    Identify the major components of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operation

    • Select application components and architecture based on business components
    • Identify architectural differences between the cloud and on-premises versions of Dynamics FO
    • Prepare and deploy the deployment package
    • Identify components of the application stack and map them to the standard models
    • Differentiate the purpose and interrelationships between packages, projects, models, and elements

    Design and implement a user interface

    • Describe the Dynamics 365 FO user interface layout and components
    • Design the workspace and define navigation
    • Select page options
    • Identify filtering options

    Implement Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

    • Create overlayered and extension models
    • Configure the DevOps source control process
    • Describe the capabilities of the Environment Monitoring Tool within Lifecycle Services (LCS)
    • Select the purpose and appropriate uses of LCS tools and components
    • Research and resolve issues using Issue Search
    • Identify activities that require asset libraries
  • Apply Developer Tools (10-15%)

    Customize Dynamics 365 FO by using Visual Studio

    • Design and build projects
    • Manage metadata using Application Explorer
    • Synchronize data dictionary changes with the application database
    • Create elements by using the Element Designer

    Manage source code and artifacts by using version control

    • Create, checkout, and check-in code and artifacts
    • Compare code and resolve version conflicts

    Implement D365 FO framework functionality

    • Implement the SysOperation framework
    • Implement asynchronous framework
    • Implement a workflow framework
    • Implement the unit test framework
    • Identify the need for and implement the Sandbox framework
  • Design and Develop AOT Elements (20-25%)

    Create forms

    • Add a new form to a project and apply a pattern (template)
    • Configure a data source for the form
    • Add a grid and grid fields and groups
    • Create and populate menu items
    • Test form functionality and data connections
    • Add a form extension to a project for selected standard forms

    Create and extend tables

    • Add tables and table fields to a project
    • Populate table and field properties
    • Add a table extension to a project for a table
    • Add fields, field groups, relations, and indices

    Create Extended Data Types (EDT) and enumerations

    • Add an EDT to a project and populate EDT properties
    • Add an enumeration to a project
    • Add or update enumeration elements
    • Add or update enumeration element properties
    • Add an extension of EDT and enumerations

    Create classes and extend AOT elements

    • Add a new class to a project
    • Create a new class extension and add new methods
    • Add event handler methods to a class
  • Develop and Test Code (10-15%)

    Develop X++ code

    • Identify and implement base types and operators
    • Implement common structured programming constructs of X++
    • Create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) data using embedded SQL code
    • Identify and implement global functions in X++
    • Ensure correct usage of Display Fields
    • Implement table and form methods

    Develop object-oriented code

    • Implement X++ variable scoping
    • Implement inheritance and abstraction concept
    • Implement query objects and QueryBuilder
    • Implement attribute classes
    • Implement a chain of command
  • Implement Reporting (10-15%)

    Describe the capabilities and limitations of reporting tools in Dynamics 365 FO

    • Create and modify report data sources and supporting classes
    • Implement reporting security requirements
    • Describe the report publishing process

    Design, create and revise Dynamics Reports

    • Create and modify reports in Dynamics 365 FO that use SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    • Create and modify reports in Dynamics 365 FO by using Power BI
    • Create and modify reports in Dynamics 365 FO by using Microsoft Excel

    Design, create and revise Dynamics workspace

    • Design KPIs
    • Create drill-through workspace elements
    • Implement built-in charts, KPIs, aggregate measurement, aggregate dimension, and other reporting components
  • Integrate and Manage Data Solutions (10-15%)

    Identify data integration scenarios

    • Select appropriate data integration capabilities
    • Identify differences between synchronous asynchronous scenarios

    Implement data integration concepts and solutions

    • Develop a data entity in Visual Studio
    • Develop, import, and export composite data entities
    • Identify and manage unmapped fields in data entities
    • Consume external web services by using OData and RESTful APIs
    • Integrate Dynamics 365 FO with Excel using OData
    • Develop and integrate Microsoft Flow and Power Apps

    Implement data management

    • Import and export data using entities between D365 FO and other systems
    • Monitor the status and availability of entities
    • Enable Entity Change Tracking
    • Set up a data project and recurring data job
    • Design entity sequencing
    • Generate field mapping between source and target data structures
    • Develop data transformations
  • Implement Security and Optimize Performance (10-15%)

    Implement role-based security policies and requirements

    • Create or modify duties, privileges, and permissions
    • Enforce permissions policy
    • Implement record-level security by using Extensible Data Security (XDS)

    Apply fundamental performance optimization techniques

    • Identify and apply caching mechanisms
    • Create or modify temp tables for optimization
    • Determine when to use set-based queries and row-based queries
    • Modify queries for optimization
    • Modify variable scope to optimize performance
    • Analyze and optimize concurrency

    Optimize user interface performance

    • Diagnose and optimize client performance by using browser-based tools
    • Diagnose and optimize client performance by using Performance Timer

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is the instructor of this BOOT CAMP?
    Brandon Ahmad, an advanced senior Dynamics Operations (AX 7) & Data Analytics Architect, is the instructor of this BOOT CAMP. For more information, click here.
  • What does this BOOT CAMP include?
    This BOOT CAMP covers all the standard Microsoft content needed to prepare for the Microsoft MB-300 exam and Microsoft MB-500 exam. The BOOT CAMP is enhanced by Instructor Brandon with updated and enhanced content to prepare you for real world Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Core and Development success.
  • Which major technologies does this BOOT CAMP include?
    This BOOT CAMP covers migration tools, data expansion tools, migration scenarios, and Migrated Systems, Power BI, Lifecycle Services, Testing Tools, Mobile Apps Features, Automating Business Processes, Visual Studio, Azure, Power Platform, and Performance Monitoring Tools.
  • How many module are there is the BOOT CAMP?
    This BOOT CAMP is covering 25 modules with enhanced labs, additional content, and quizzes.
  • Does this BOOT CAMP have any prerequisites?
    Students need to have the following before attending this course:
    • Familiarity with working in the Microsoft Windows environment
    • Some exposure to basic business processing in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.
    • General understanding of ERP and CRM concepts.
    • Ability to use basic mobile device app features and navigation.
    • Have a basic knowledge of Visual Studio 2015.
  • Do I need to purchase course materials?
    No. Everything you need for the BOOT CAMP will be provided.
  • Is the BOOT CAMP graded?
    No. It is primarily designed to train you for the Exam MB-300 and MB-500 exam.
  • Can I receive proof of completion for my BOOT CAMP?
    Yes. You will be given a course completion certificate.
  • What are my system requirements for this BOOT CAMP?
    • Students taking the BOOT CAMP need internet speeds of at least 10 Mbps.
    • At least 2 monitors are recommended with 1920x1080 resolution.
  • Will there be any assignments?
    There are no graded assignments, but you will be using our proprietary lab interface to complete custom-designed exercises after each module.
  • Will there be any quizzes?
    Yes. For each module, we have provided MCQ based quiz. Once you complete a module, you can take a quiz to check your knowledge level.
  • Will I still have access to my completed modules on the website once I complete this BOOT CAMP?
    Yes, you will have complete access to your profile on our website even after completing the BOOT CAMP.
  • Can I leave the class environment, bookmark the page and return later to continue from the point where I left?
    Yes, you can set a bookmark anywhere in this BOOT CAMP. You can access any module at any time and continue from where you left.
  • How does this BOOT CAMP help in passing the Exam MB-300 and Exam MB-500?
    This BOOT CAMP offers the best content, the most advanced lab environment, the latest learning environment, and a dedicated instructor who is an active industry-leading consultant on the subject matter of the BOOT CAMP. It is your best preparation in the market for Exam MB-300 and Exam MB-500, and for real-world scenarios.
  • Will this BOOT CAMP cover all the contents that are a part of Exam MB-300 and Exam MB-500?
    Yes. The course content of this BOOT CAMP is closely aligned to the requirements of Exam MB-300 and Exam MB-500. Also, additional course material has been designed by us which is independent of the exam content.
  • Is the fee of Exam MB-300 and Exam MB-500 included in the package?
    No. You pay only the cost of the BOOT CAMP and materials.
  • How is this BOOT CAMP unique as compared to other BOOT CAMP S of the same type available on other platforms?
    This BOOT CAMP is packed with information and with its own lab interface that aims to develop valuable skillset amongst the individuals who undertake this BOOT CAMP. Furthermore, Instructor Brandon is going to teach this course who has extensive knowledge in this field, and he is going to provide hands-on real-world experience. The BOOT CAMP aims not only to prepare you for the exam, but also to prepare you for success implementing, updating, tuning and troubleshooting in a real-world Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations instance. This BOOT CAMP will help you to pass the Exam MB-300 and Exam MB-500.
  • Will the content of BOOT CAMP and exam preparation materials be updated in the future?
    Yes. We keep our BOOT CAMP content current with exam requirements, and current with the state of the Dynamics 365 technology. Mr. Ahmad will also be able to identify new challenges and solutions in this BOOT CAMP.
  • Can I have a refund if I fail the exam?
    No. We guarantee the opportunity for the best available preparation for your exam, but we cannot control your exam results. Mr. Ahmad is deeply invested in giving each of his students every advantage, and he stays current on the exam content to make sure there are no surprises. Note, it’s not unusual to have to take more advanced Microsoft exams more than once when you are taking them for the first time. One retry is usually included in the cost of the exam and remember that you have access to all your BOOT CAMP content for study and review.
  • Will I have enough time to complete all the labs in this BOOT CAMP?
    Yes, you will have plenty of time to complete labs and access for any re-do or catch-up.
  • What should I do if launching my lab results in a white screen?
    If you encounter a white screen when launching a lab, try to open the lab again in a new tab. This usually resolves this problem. If the problem persists, contact our support team.
  • Does this BOOT CAMP include videos only?
    No! In addition to recorded videos, we provide our own customized labs and quizzes for enhanced learning experience.
  • What hours will the BOOT CAMP content including labs be available for access?
    You will have 24/7 access to the BOOT CAMP content.
  • Where can I get the BOOT CAMP material from?
    All course material will be provided. Once enrolled, you will be able to access the course material from our official website.
  • How will this BOOT CAMP help me in getting the certification?
    This BOOT CAMP offers the best content, the most advanced lab environment, the latest learning environment, and a dedicated instructor who is an active industry-leading consultant on the subject matter of the BOOT CAMP. It is your best preparation in the market for Exam MB-300 and MB-500 exam as well as real-world scenarios. Passing these exams qualifies you for the Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer Associate certification.
  • How much experience in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations should I have to opt for this BOOT CAMP?
    There is no certain limit of experience, however, it is suggested to have some practical experience as a developer to opt for this BOOT CAMP.
  • Should I be an expert developer of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations to take this BOOT CAMP?
    No. You can still take this BOOT CAMP if you’re not an expert developer of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. This BOOT CAMP is designed to get you a lot of practical experience that would help you to become an expert developer of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.
  • How will this BOOT CAMP help me in my career growth?
    After taking this BOOT CAMP, you can attempt Microsoft MB-300 exam and Microsoft Exam MB-500. Passing these two exams can get you Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer Associate. After receiving the certification, you can be an acknowledged AX developer that can help you stand out in your career amongst other AX developers.
  • Can I take this BOOT CAMP if I am a high school student?
    Yes, you can take this BOOT CAMP if you’re a high school student. However, you need to have knowledge of using Dynamics 365 for F&O for basic processing and a general understanding of ERP and CRM concepts.
  • What is the next step after the completion of this BOOT CAMP?
    Once you complete this BOOT CAMP, you can attempt Microsoft Exam MB-500. Upon passing Microsoft Exam MB-300 and Microsoft Exam MB-500, you can get Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer Associate.
  • Can I share my feedback after the completion of BOOT CAMP?
    Yes, we would love to hear from you, and you’re welcome to write down your feedback on our official website.
  • Will I have to pay extra for accessing or practicing the labs?
    No, the access of labs is included in the given price package of this BOOT CAMP. Once you’re enrolled in this BOOT CAMP, labs are absolutely free to access.
  • When will I be eligible to receive a course completion certificate?
    Once you take all the modules of the BOOT CAMP, you will be entitled to receive a course completion certificate.

Description

This Boot Camp offers a complete training series including Microsoft Dynamics 365 training courses for developer (F&S) with enhanced labs and extended course content.
Boot Camp will equip you to set up and maintain core configurations, and it includes strategies for avoiding the most common (and costly) performance pitfalls. Data migrations are a core activity for carrying out a go-live and common day-to-day functionality in Dynamics 365. These Microsoft Dynamics 365 training courses will help with setting up Day-to-day migrations and larger ones and understanding how to use the options that are available. Students will also learn how to program X++ code as well as the usage of the developer tools.

 

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$1,900

    This course includes
  • Our enhanced, proprietary custom learning environment
  • Custom exercises
  • Enhanced labs for all modules
  • Quizzes for all modules
  • Certificate of completion
  • Mobile learning options
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