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Q11. – (Topic 5)
You need to create a set of workflows for a company.
The tool that creates the workflows has the following requirements:
The tool should allow for rapid development.
The tool should have the ability to deploy the workflow to SharePoint.
A workflow that is designed for one list or library should be re-usable by another
list or library.
The designer should be able to create the workflow by using a graphical interface
without the need to write code.
You need to recommend a tool for creating the workflows.
Which tool would you recommend?
A. SharePoint Designer
Explanation: To create a workflow based on the SharePoint 2013 Workflow platform
Click the Workflows node in the Navigation pane.
Click the List Workflow drop-down in the New section of the ribbon, as shown in
Select the list that you want to associate with the new workflow.
On the Create List Workflow dialog box, enter a name and description for the
workflow and then make sure that the Platform Type is set to SharePoint 2013
Workflow, as shown in the figure.
Click OK to create the workflow.
Now that the workflow is created, you can add Actions, Conditions, Stages, Steps, and
Loops to build your workflow. These workflow components are available in the ribbon of
SharePoint Designer 2013, as shown in the figure.
Not C: Napa does not support Workflow design through a graphical interface.
Reference: Creating a workflow by using SharePoint Designer 2013 and the SharePoint
2013 Workflow platform
Q12. – (Topic 5)
You create a cloud-hosted SharePoint app.
You must make the app available in the SharePoint Store for customers to install on their host webs.
You need to keep the style and navigation of the app the same as the host web of the app after it is installed by any customer.
What should you do?
A. Use an app template and an app.master master file for branding.
B. Add a reference to SP.UI.Controls.js on the host web. Pass the AppUrl parameter to the host web. Apply branding to the host web.
C. Copy the CSS file from the app to the host web. Run the Chrome control to convert the CSS file to the host web format. Apply the styles contained in the CSS file to the host web.
D. Add a reference to the SP.UI.Controls.js file located in the new /_layouts/15 directory. Pass the HostUrl parameter to the start page of the app. Use the Chrome control in the HTML page in a declarative manner.
Explanation: Microsoft allows developers to import a very basic version of the SharePoint 2013 chrome into their apps without having to manually create matching HTML controls. The functionality for this can be found in the SP.UI.Controls.js file located in the new /_layouts/15 directory. To use the chrome control, first add a reference to SP.UI.Controls.js (make sure you've already loaded the requisite JQuery files and other dependencies), then add an empty <div> to your page markup at or near the top of the page.
Reference: Using the Chrome Control in SharePoint 2013 Apps
Q13. – (Topic 5)
You have an app named TaskManagerApp that is published at
You need to remove the app and ensure that users will no longer be able to use the app.
Which Windows PowerShell cmdlets should you run?
A. Option A
B. Option B
C. Option C
D. Option D
Explanation: * Get-SPAppInstance
Use the Get-AppInstance cmdlet to get a collection of app instances that are installed on
an SPWeb object.
Use the Uninstall-SPAppInstance cmdlet to uninstall an instance of an app. This cmdlet is
required to be run before a migration process.
$instance = Get-SPAppInstance -AppInstanceId $instance.Id
Uninstall-SPAppInstance -Identity $spapp
This example uninstalls an instance of an app.
Not B, not D: get-SPWebApplication
The Get-SPWebApplication cmdlet returns all Web applications that match the scope given
by the Identity parameter. The Identity can be the name of the name, URL, or GUID of the
Web application. If no Identity is specified, all Web applications are returned.
$w = Get-SPWebApplication http://sitename
This example gets the Web application for http://sitename and stores it in a variable.
Not C: Disable-SPFeature
The Disable-SPFeature cmdlet disables a SharePoint Feature at the given scope.
Q14. – (Topic 4)
You need to apply updates to only the sites that were created based on the Litware Team Site web template.
Which code segment should you use?
A. Option A
B. Option B
C. Option C
D. Option D
In Element.xml file from Litware.Intranet.Templates.wsp we see:
Type="string" Value="WTLitwareTeamSite" />
Q15. – (Topic 5)
Adventure Works uses a SharePoint publishing site to host their public-facing website at http://www.adventureworks.com. The website gives external users the ability to register and sign in to the site to buy Adventure Works products.
You notice that publicly registered users see the SharePoint ribbon.
You need to ensure that the SharePoint ribbon is available only to content authors and administrators.
What should you do?
A. Open the current site master page in SharePoint Designer, place the SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl control around the div tag with the s4-ribbonrow ID. Set the PermissionsString to ManageSubWeb.
B. Open the current site master page in SharePoint Designer, find a div tag with the s4-ribbonrow ID, and then remove all of the contents of the div.
C. Open the current site master page in SharePoint Designer and then place the SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl control around the div tag with the s4-ribbonrow ID. Set the PermissionsString to AddAndCustomizePages.
D. In the SharePoint project, add an Empty Element and then use the <HideCustomAction> tag to hide the ribbon.
Explanation: If you designed a custom master page for your SharePoint 2010 and the
ribbon is in your way, SharePoint has a built-in control that lets you hide it from anonymous
users in few easy steps. Open and check-out your master page, find where your ribbon
control starts or look for <WebPartPages:SPWebPartManager id=âmâ runat=âServerâ/>.
Place this control below <Sharepoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl runat=âserverâ
Permissions=âAddAndCustomizePagesâ>. Find where your ribbon control ends or look for
<div id=s4-workspace> and place the closing control above it
</SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl>. Save, check-in the master page and publish it
to see the changes. From now on, only logged in users with the right permissions will be
able to see the ribbon on the top.
Not A: Permission should be set to AddAndCustomizePages not ManageSubWeb.
Reference: SharePoint, Hide the Ribbon from Anonymous Users
Q16. – (Topic 1)
You need to meet the requirements for data storage for the CourierMobile app and the CloudMananger app.
Which technologies should you use? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)
A. Windows Azure SQL Database
B. SharePoint content database
C. Secure Store
D. SQL Server Express LocalDB
E. SharePoint list
Explanation: A: SQL Azure in the cloud.
D: LocalDB is a lightweight version of Express that has the same programmability features, but it runs in user mode and has a fast, zero-configuration installation and a short list of prerequisites.
* CourierMobile App
The CourierMobile app must be able to capture more than 30 million data points of location data daily as they occur and upload the location data to the cloud when connected to the Internet.
* Cloudmanager App
/ The CloudManager app must elastically scale to capture courier location data as the number of bicycle couriers increases or decreases.
/ The CloudManager app must process bicycle courier location data from a data store capable of storing more than 30 million items.
Q17. DRAG DROP – (Topic 5)
You create an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) project. You write .NET client-side object model (CSOM) code to create a navigation term set in an existing term store to use in a taxonomy-based navigation.
You need to complete the code to get a reference to the term store.
You have the following code.
Which code segment should you include in Target 1, Target 2, Target 3 and Target 4 to complete the code? (To answer, drag the appropriate code segment to the correct targets in the answer area. Each code segment may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content).
Q18. HOTSPOT – (Topic 5)
You develop a SharePoint-hosted app that is used by internal users to read and write data.
The app has the following requirements:
. The app must be able to find and display the products that are purchased most often by customers.
. The app must be able to read product information from a custom SQL Server database by using an external list.
. The app must be able to read from and write to the user profile.
. The app must be able to make changes to lists by using the minimum permissions
. The app must be able to read enterprise keywords.
You need to configure permissions for the app.
Which scopes and permissions should you use? (To answer, select the appropriate options from each drop-down list in the answer area.)
Q19. DRAG DROP – (Topic 5)
You have an app named TaskManager published at http://sharepoint.contoso.com/apps.
You need to remove the app and ensure that users will no longer be able to use the app by using Windows PowerShell cmdlets.
What should you do? (To answer, drag the appropriate code segments to the correct location or locations in the answer area. Each code segment may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)
Q20. – (Topic 5)
Adventure Works uses a web design firm to design the user interface for an upcoming toy sales website, www.toys.adventureworks.com. The website is built by using a SharePoint publishing template.
You need to create and publish a SharePoint master page by using the supplied files.
What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)
A. From the Master Pages section in SharePoint Designer, select Create New Master Page and then replace the master page contents with the contents of the HTML file.
B. From SharePoint Designer, open the master page gallery. Right-click the new master page and then select Set as Default Master.
C. From the Design Manager, map a network drive to the /_layouts/masterpage/ folder. Then, in Windows Explorer, copy all the UI elements provided by the design team to the network share.
D. From the Edit Master Page section in Design Manager, select Convert an HTML File to a SharePoint Master Page to generate a master page from the HTML file provided by designer firm.
E. Publish the master page. Then, from Site Settings, choose the Look and Feel section, and then select Master Page. Choose the master page and select OK.
F. Preview the master page and select Snippets to get HTML segments of the SharePoint top navigation, quick launch, and body. Then, edit the master page by using Microsoft Notepad and replace the HTML with the new segments.
Explanation: Note: *
D, Not A: To convert the HTML file into a .master file
Browse to your publishing site.
In the upper-right corner of the page, choose Settings, and then choose Design
In Design Manager, in the left navigation pane, choose Edit Master Pages.
Choose Convert an HTML file to a SharePoint master page.
In the Select an Asset dialog box, browse to and select the HTML file that you
want to convert.etc
E (not F): Let's say you created a new Master Page/Theme/CSS for your SharePoint site and want to apply them across your site (including all your subsites as well). This can be easily done from Site Settings -> Look & Feel -> Master Page.
B: Usually you'll set the master page as both default and custom master page,
Reference: How to: Convert an HTML file into a master page in SharePoint 2013; How to: Create a minimal master page in SharePoint 2013