Inbound (Create/Update/Query): The integration platform supplies new or changed data to Dynamics 365 and querying to retrieve data from Dynamic 365 through a synchronous call.
Outbound (Event Driven Approach): Dynamics 365 supplies new or changed data to the Integration Platform using Event Driven approach.
Dynamics 365 comes with modern, RESTful web service which provides a way to interact with data and objects in the application. The Web API implements the OData (Open Data Protocol) v4. OData is an OASIS standard for building and consuming RESTful APIs over rich data sources.
Service Root URL to expose Web API: Service Root URL :[Organisation Name]/api/data/v9.1/
Dynamics 365 Web API allows you to do various operations and presents them in RESTful style. Some major operations performed using Web API are:
Sometimes, business users don’t want to share original URL and access credentials of Dynamic 365 APIs to integrate third party applications. You can hide all the address and credentials behind an API using Azure API Management (APIM). This configuration will act as a broker and provide access between your Dynamic 365 and third party applications.
Event Framework provides the capability to register custom code to be run in response to specific events. Dynamics 365 event processing subsystem executes plug-ins based on a message pipeline execution model.
Plugins can be triggered by:
Another option is to use webhooks.
Leading integration platforms ( like Azure Integration Services, Dell Boomi etc) provide on-demand multi-tenant cloud/ on-premises integration services, that enables integration with Dynamics 365 . These tools enable other applications to connect with Dynamic 365 without the need of writing code.
Azure Integration Services provides prebuilt set of connectors to implement integration, automate workflow and make communication between Dynamics 365 and other application. Connector provide standard operations to –
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