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About DEV 401 Certification Exams:60 Question Multiple Choice90 minutes to complete the examPassing Score : 68%Registration Fee: USD 200Retake Fee: USD 100Prerequisites: None required; Classroom / Online training highly recommendedExam Outline for DEV 401:Application DesignForce .com Platform OverviewCreate Functional Data modelPermission and Data Access in a custom app.Design User InterfaceCreate formulas, validation rules, and workflow rulesData management ( Import and Export)Building Complex Reports and Dash BoardsCurriculum:Application DesignList and describe components of an application Describe the model-view-controller design paradigm Given a scenario, determine whether sufficient information is available to plan/build/design an applicationOverview of Force .com PlatformList and describe the steps required to design and deploy a successful application built using the declarative capabilities of the Force .com platform List and describe the building blocks of an application provided by the Force .com platformData ModelDescribe how to create a functional data model for a business application Given a scenario, select the features required to create a functional data model for a business application Describe the properties and implications of choosing one object relationship type over another and distinguish among relationship types Given a scenario, distinguish among object relationship types, describe how to create relationships, and determine which relationship should be recommended List and describe the features used to set permission and data access in a custom app Given a scenario, select the appropriate feature (e.g., profiles, defaults, roles) to provide appropriate permissions and data access in a custom app List and describe optional (Salesforce-enabled) features for managing the application (e.g., create audit fields, encrypted fields, multicurrency)User InterfaceList and describe the components of any Force .com application user interface (e.g., tabs, applications, detail pages, list views) Given a scenario, determine the capabilities and constraints of the declarative framework for building a user interface (e.g., what can and cant be done in a page layout) Describe use cases for how Force .com pages can extend the user interface in the declarative framework and when to do so Describe the capabilities and functionality of Force .com sitesBusiness LogicList and describe how to create formulas, validation rules, and workflow rules Given a scenario, determine which Force .com feature to use to solve a business requirement and/or describe how to apply the solution List and describe the capabilities of the Force .com approval processes Given a scenario, select the appropriate features of Force .com approval processes to satisfy business requirements List and describe the features of the Force .com platform for debugging and monitoring automated business processes Describe use cases for extending business logic through Force .com codeData ManagementList and describe the capabilities and constraints of import wizards List and describe the capabilities and constraints of API-based tools for managing data List and describe the functions of the Force .com Data Loader Describe use cases and functions of external IDs and upsert Given a scenario, determine appropriate uses of the GUI and command-line interface for the data loader Describe the characteristics of Force .com record IDsReportingList and describe capabilities and constraints of reporting on the Force .com platform Given a scenario, determine methods for analyzing and displaying data
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