Creating new entities is a normal part of app development. In this video, Gini von Courter demonstrates customizing an entity's views and forms. These customized views and forms will be available for use with model-driven apps created with PowerApps.
- [Narrator] This is information about the vehicle … but now I want to take this vehicle and relate it … to a contact, a specific person. … So, in order to do that I first have to return … to this entity. … Remember that I can search so if I start typing vehicle … there we are. … Pop this open and go to relationships. … On the relationships tab, I can now add a relationship. … The add fields button is now an add relationship button … and I have different types of relationships. … Many to one, one to many, or many to many. … Let's just kick this around for a second. … One to many, our second choice, means that for every one … car, there could be many owners. … Here we have many to one, many cars to one owner. … Or finally, many to many, so each of the cars I have … could be owned by many people and each of the people … could own many cars. … I have a relationship where our contacts can have many cars … because we're not asking what five people I should call … about this vehicle, simply one, so this is actually …
- Recall the URL for the PowerApps portal.
- Recognize the template used to create a three-screen mobile app from existing data.
- Name the default type of entity ownership.
- Determine the type of relationship between two entities.
- Identify the prefix for Microsoft Dynamics entities.
- Explain where PowerApps business rules run, even on canvas apps.
- Recognize an example of an artifact type of component.