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Q21. DRAG DROP – (Topic 5) 

You create a new Enterprise Content Management (ECM) project. 

You add a content type to the Visual Studio Project by using the Content Type Designer in Visual Studio 2012. 

What will the designer-generated XML look like? (To answer, drag the appropriate XML elements to the correct location or locations in the answer area. Each XML element 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.) 

Answer: 

Q22. DRAG DROP – (Topic 5) 

Adventure Works uses SharePoint for managing project-related documents, information sharing, and tasks management. You develop a SharePoint-hosted app named TasksViewer and deploy it to the Corporate Catalog Site. This app is used only by the Project Management Office (PMO) group. Only users in the PMO group have permission to view and add this app to various project sites. The Adventure Works IT department creates a security group in Active Directory for the PMO. 

Currently all of the apps are visible to the Everyone group. 

You need to ensure that only users in the PMO group can see the app. 

Which five actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) 

Answer: 

Q23. – (Topic 5) 

You develop a SharePoint app to create an approval workflow for expense reports. The app must collect user input before starting the workflow. 

You need to use ASP.NET forms in the workflow. 

Which form type should you use? 

A. Workflow input form 

B. Workflow initiation form 

C. Workflow task form 

D. Workflow modification form 

Answer:

Explanation: You may want your workflow to collect information from the person who starts it, and then reference this information later in the workflow. For example, imagine that you are designing a workflow that assigns a document review task. In some workflows of this kind, it might make sense to always automatically assign the review task to the same participant and to always use the same formula for calculating the due date. But in your workflow, you want the person who manually starts the workflow to specify both the reviewer and the due date. You can set this up by adding custom fields to the workflow initiation form and requiring that the workflow be started manually.

 

Reference: Create a workflow initiation form 

Q24. – (Topic 3) 

You need to automate the backup of a site collection. 

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.) 

A. Back up to a network folder. 

B. Set the LockStatus of the site collection to Adding content prevented 

C. Back up to a local folder and then move the backup to a network folder. 

D. Use Central Administration to perform the backup. 

E. Use Windows PowerShell to perform the backup. 

Answer: C,E 

Explanation: C: For better performance, Microsoft recommends that you back up to the 

local computer and then move the backup files to a network folder. 

E (not D): 

Scenario: Automation: Windows PowerShell must be used to automate all operations 

wherever possible. 

Scenario: Backup and Recovery 

* In the event of hardware failure, the SharePoint environment must be restored to the most recent date. 

* The backup process must not degrade system performance. 

* Automation: Windows PowerShell must be used to automate all operations wherever possible. 

Reference: Back up site collections in SharePoint 2013 

Q25. DRAG DROP – (Topic 5) 

You need to create a workflow custom activity to use in a custom action in SharePoint by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2012. 

Which five actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) 

Answer: 

Q26. – (Topic 5) 

Contoso uses a SharePoint site that contains subsites. Each subsite represents different projects. Each project site is based on a team site template and stores information and documents. Contoso has five teams: Manufacturing, Sales, Administration, Marketing, and IT. 

You must create a different look and feel for each team site such that any visitor to the site can identify the team by looking at the colors, fonts, and background image of the site. 

You need to create a different look and feel for each team. 

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the complete solution. Choose all that apply.) 

A. Open Contoso Corporate Microsoft PowerPoint Slides Template, save the template as ContosoCorporate.master, and then upload it to the Theme Gallery. 

B. From SharePoint Designer, go to Content Types. Right-click and select Content Type Settings. 

C. Get a site background image for each team and upload it to the site collection images library. Then create a new master page for each team site by using the Master Page Gallery. Set the version to 15. 

D. From the Web Designer Galleries, choose Composed Looks and create a new item for each team site. Specify the title, URL of the master page, theme, background image, and font schema file. 

E. On the Site Settings page in the Look and Feel section, choose Change the look. 

F. Create a new font XML schema with a font specification for each team. 

Answer: B,C,D 

Explanation: 

B: 

* Content types enable site users to quickly create specialized kinds of content by using the New Item or New Document command in a list or library. Content types provide site owners a way to make sure that that content is consistent across sites. Site owners can pre-configure specific details about the content when they set up content types for a site, list, or library. 

* Define content types If your group works with several types of files, such as worksheets, presentations, and documents, you can extend the functionality of your library by enabling and defining multiple content types. Content types add flexibility and consistency across multiple libraries. Each content type can specify a template and even workflow processes. The templates act as a starting point, for formatting and any boilerplate text and for properties that apply to the documents of that type, such as department name or contract number. 

Reference: Best practices for creating and managing team sites 

C: To map a master page to a SharePoint site 

1. In Site Settings for the designated site, under the Look and Feel section, choose Master Page. 

2. On Site Master Page Settings, select one of the two options for the Site Master Page or System Master Page sections: 

2a. Inherit site master page from parent site Choose this option if you are configuring a child SharePoint site and want to use the parent master page. 

2b. Specify a master page to be used by this site and all sites that inherit from it Choose this option if you want to map a specific master page to the site, or if you want to map a specific master page for administrative pages. A drop-down box named Default or All Channels is available for you, depending on your site or system configuration, so you can select a specific master page stored in the master page gallery. Select the desired master page from the drop-down box. 

3. Choose OK. 

Reference: How to: Apply a master page to a site in SharePoint 2013 

D: 

* A Composed Look is made up of: 

Master Pages CSS Color palettes Font palettes Background image 

* This means we can package a master page with its CSS, color palettes, font palettes and background image and have it deployed in the enterprise. With Composed Looks, you can now offer your Power Users a list of branded looks and allow them to choose an appropriate look as well as giving them limited control to make changes to the colors, image or font. You could be providing the Composed Looks. 

Reference: Step by Step: Create a SharePoint 2013 Composed Look 

Q27. DRAG DROP – (Topic 5) 

You create SharePoint apps for multiple clients. 

Each client has a unique environment with specific requirements. 

You need to choose the appropriate hosting location for each app. 

What should you do? (To answer, drag the appropriate hosting options to the correct 

description in the answer area. Each hosting option 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.) 

Answer: 

Q28. – (Topic 2) 

You receive an error when you deploy the app. 

You need to resolve the error. 

What should you do? 

A. Deploy the app to http://contoso-public.sharepoint.com. 

B. Enable side-loading of apps in the Visual Studio project properties. 

C. Deploy the app to https://contoso-my.sharepoint.com. 

D. Deploy the app to https://contoso.sharepoint.com/tasks. 

Answer:

Explanation: We should deploy the app to the Development site, that is https://contoso.sharepoint.com/tasks (see Existing Site Configuration in scenario). 

Note: 

* Loading Apps directly from Visual Studio only works if the destination is a Developer site. That form of distribution, called side loading, is only used when testing and debugging an App. To load an App in a regular site you need to add the .App package produced in Visual to the App Catalog site that is associated with your Web Application. From there you will be able to load the app using the Site Contents link in your site. 

* Issue: While we try creating a SharePoint 2013 App in a SharePoint hosted model and when we try to deploy the solution, we get an “Error occurred in deployment step ‘Install app for SharePoint’: Side loading of apps is not enabled on this site. 

Solution: 

1. That is, while creating a site collection/site where you want to deploy the app, create it using the “Developer Site” template under the Collaboration tab. 

2. Always the app should be published/deployed to the developer site (A site collection with the Developer Site Template). And from this developer site you can add the App to your SharePoint site 

Scenario: Pending Issues When you deploy the app from Visual Studio 2012, you receive the error: "Error occurred in de-ployment step 'Install app for SharePoint': Sideloading of apps is not enabled on this site." 

Reference: Side Loading of apps is not enabled on this site error while installing app in SharePoint 2013 

Q29. – (Topic 5) 

You are developing a SharePoint solution for a government agency. The solution will 

include high-trust provider hosted apps. 

You need to implement the solution. 

Where should you host the app remote components? 

A. a SharePoint Online farm 

B. a Windows Azure Web Role 

C. an on-premises web app remote to the SharePoint farm 

D. the Office Store 

E. an on-premises SharePoint farm 

Answer:

Explanation: A high-trust app for SharePoint is primarily intended for use in an on-premises environment. The high-trust app cannot be installed to Microsoft SharePoint Online, and the remote components are typically installed on premises, too, within the corporate firewall. Thus, the instances of the app for SharePoint are specific to each individual company. High-trust apps require some configuration on the SharePoint farm and on the server hosting the remote web application. 

Reference: Create high-trust apps for SharePoint 2013 

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp179901.aspx 

Q30. – (Topic 2) 

You receive an error when you deploy the app. 

You need to resolve the error. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a deployment package and upload the app to the app catalog in SharePoint. 

B. Enable side-loading of apps in the app manifest. 

C. Deploy the app to https://contoso-my.sharepoint.com. 

D. Enable side-loading of apps in the Visual Studio project properties. 

Answer:

Explanation: We should deploy the app to the Development site, that is https://contoso.sharepoint.com/tasks (see Existing Site Configuration in scenario). 

Note: 

* Loading Apps directly from Visual Studio only works if the destination is a Developer site. That form of distribution, called side loading, is only used when testing and debugging an App. To load an App in a regular site you need to add the .App package produced in Visual to the App Catalog site that is associated with your Web Application. From there you will be able to load the app using the Site Contents link in your site. 

* Issue: While we try creating a SharePoint 2013 App in a SharePoint hosted model and when we try to deploy the solution, we get an “Error occurred in deployment step ‘Install app for SharePoint’: Side loading of apps is not enabled on this site. 

Solution: 

1. That is, while creating a site collection/site where you want to deploy the app, create it using the “Developer Site” template under the Collaboration tab. 

2. Always the app should be published/deployed to the developer site (A site collection with the Developer Site Template). And from this developer site you can add the App to your SharePoint site 

Scenario: Pending Issues 

When you deploy the app from Visual Studio 2012, you receive the error: "Error occurred in de-ployment step 'Install app for SharePoint': Sideloading of apps is not enabled on this site." 

Reference: Side Loading of apps is not enabled on this site error while installing app in SharePoint 2013