D365 Finance and Operations integration using BYOD

This blog explains the integration option to export data entities from Dynamics 365 F&O into a Microsoft Azure SQL database. D365FO provides a feature via Data Management Frame called bring your own database (BYOD). The BYOD feature lets D365 administrators export one or more data entities that are available in D365FO into an Azure SQLContinue reading “D365 Finance and Operations integration using BYOD”

D365UO https vs finance connectors

HTTPS vs D365UOconnectors for integration with D365UO Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Unified Operation provides project-driven organizations with the tools they need to connect and manage their clients, finances, projects, and people in a unified, integrated environment. D365UO helps services organizations streamline key finance and project-related business processes, simplify the management of their human capital, andContinue reading “D365UO https vs finance connectors”

Dynamics 365 FO Integration using Business Events

This blog describes a method to use Azure Integration with Dynamics 365 FO Business Events. The Dynamics 365 FO Business Events can send events/trigger/notification to external applications such as Azure Integrations, which can use this trigger to handle specific integration or business process scenarios. The Events existed in Finance and Operations were previously confined toContinue reading “Dynamics 365 FO Integration using Business Events”

D365FO: Interacting with Data Management framework using REST API

This blog describes the method to interact with the Data Management framework using REST API to export the delta changes of an entity. The package API lets third party applications to integrate by using data packages. Use case scenario: The vendor changes are tracked using the “Change Tracker” functionality available on D365FO at Entity Level.Continue reading “D365FO: Interacting with Data Management framework using REST API”