Charts let you see table data in a visual manner.
To create a system chart, do not modify any existing system charts, instead modify a copy of the original chart by loading it from the relevant table in Power Apps and using the Save as method, or add a new chart.
For more information see this Microsoft Charts article.
Views define how rows for a specific table are displayed. A view defines the following:
- The columns (attributes) to display
- The width of the columns
- How the rows are sorted by default
- Which filters are applied to determine which rows appear in the list by default
To create system views, modify a copy of the original system view, or create a new view, do not modify the original view.
For more information see this Microsoft Views article.
Choices are a cross-table list of values.
For more information see this Microsoft Choice article.
Business Rules apply logic and validations in an interface that lets you do the following:
- Set column values
- Clear column values
- Set column requirement levels
- Show or hide columns
- Enable or disable columns
- Validate data and show error messages
- Create business recommendations based on business intelligence.
Currently BrightWork includes only one business rule: ‘Request Default Values’. The configuration process for this rule is an exception to the recommended configuration process noted above; editing this rule directly in the managed BrightWork 365 solution is a necessary part of the installation process.
For more information see this Microsoft Business Rules article.