D365: Call SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow C# – Part 2

In the previous post, we saw how to create an app in SharePoint and give necessary permission. In this post, we'll see how to use the app details in C# to connect to SharePoint API. We can use the below code to get the access token: private static string TENANT_ID; private static string CLIENT_ID; private … Continue reading D365: Call SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow C# – Part 2

D365: Azure Durable Function with D365 CE – Part 3

In the previous post, we saw how we can implement durable function for CRUD operation in D365 and test it using Postman. In this post we'll see how we can parameterize durable function so that we can pass parameters from external system to durable function and process it further. Let's take a simple example as … Continue reading D365: Azure Durable Function with D365 CE – Part 3

D365: Azure Durable Function with D365 CE – Part 2

In the previous post, we saw how we created the default template of durable function. In this post, we'll modify that to do some CRUD operation in D365 CE. For demo purpose, let's pick a simple scenario i.e. Retrieve related records(accommodation payments) of a particular Contact record and update their field(Expected Refund Due Date a … Continue reading D365: Azure Durable Function with D365 CE – Part 2

D365: Azure Durable Function with D365 CE – Part 1

In this series of post, we'll see how we can use Azure Durable function(an extension of Azure Function which works on durable task framework) with D365 CE. We can find more details about Durable functions, it's application patterns, pricing and the way it works here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/durable/durable-functions-overview. This series of post is divided into 6 parts:Part … Continue reading D365: Azure Durable Function with D365 CE – Part 1