CRM 2013 – MB2-703 – Business Rules Exam Test Questions

Here are the Hosk’s Multiple choice questions for Business Rules for the MB2-703 – CRM 2013 Customization and configuration certification

For the other Exam summaries, Exam notes and other test questions click the link below

https://crmbusiness.wordpress.com/mb2-703-crm-2013-customization-and-configuration-certification/

These are exam questions which are multiple choice.  They are in similar style to the real exam questions, although of course they are aren’t the same but they should test your knowledge on Business Rules to help you prepare for the exam

 

5 thoughts on “CRM 2013 – MB2-703 – Business Rules Exam Test Questions

  1. Dale Ross December 24, 2014 / 8:02 pm

    For number 2, can you say why “Pop up warning error messages” is wrong?
    For number 3, I think you have E in your Exam Notes, but have included it as false here.

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    • Hosk December 24, 2014 / 9:04 pm

      You don’t pop up messages in crm 2013, you use notifications.

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      • Hosk December 24, 2014 / 9:06 pm

        Question 5. E, description is not mandatory, its optional, so it is false

        Question 3. You cannot set a business for an individual quick form but you can if you set the rules for all forms

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  2. Dale Ross December 24, 2014 / 8:06 pm

    For number 5, can you not set more than 1 condition where they must all be true (ANDED)

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  3. Dale Ross December 24, 2014 / 9:27 pm

    Thanks for the responses Ben and for all the work you’ve put in here. Much appreciated.

    As a follow up, the query I had for 5 was if A is really not false for business rules. As it is, you’re saying that only one condition can be set.

    And for 3, the only is what is confusing me.
    From your cram notes, you have “Business rules cannot run ONLY for Quick Create forms” which is what you’ve said here about not being able to do it individually. You have is as false in the questions though.

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