Creating new entities is a normal part of app development. In this video, Gini von Courter demonstrates adding a relationship to the Contacts entity to the custom Vehicle entity created earlier in the course. In the Vehicle entity, this relationship is reflected as a lookup field named Contacts.
- [Instructor] In addition to creating the entity … and the relationships there are other parts … and pieces as well. … I can assign some business rules. … I can modify the view and customize the forms … that are being used to make it easier for me … to use these entities in building applications. … Let's go take a look at Views for a moment. … We have, for example, a list of active vehicles, … inactive vehicles, and if I click on Active Vehicles … to go here to the studio and look at this view, … I can decide what fields I would like to have show. … I can also change the name of this view. … I can change sorting and filtering, … but let me quickly show you how you might modify this view. … First, I don't really care when the record was created, … so I'm going to remove this. … And now I'm going to add some columns. … I'm going to add, for example, the Appointment column. … Now I have a couple of places I can do that. … I can add it to the view here, … or I can click the plus sign and show it here. …
- 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.