One of the best ways to integrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with other systems is through APIs. They offer the possibility to trigger Business Central logic through Bound Actions. In this article, you will learn what are they, how to use standard bound actions, and how to create custom ones.
Starting from this week, the Power Automate connector for Dynamics 365 Business Central adds new actions for handling images and attachments and these new actions are available on all regions. I previewed these new actions in Microsoft Italy one at the partner events in end of November, but now we can share more details about that.
As you might know, Web Service Access Keys (Basic Auth) for Business Central Online has been removed with Business Central 2022 release wave 1. We are gradually transitioning from Basic Auth to OAuth over the year.
And last year we discussed how to use OAuth 2.0 to connect Business Central APIs and Web Service in Postman.
Today I would like to talk about how to manually add new Power Automate action from VS Code.
Power Automate empowers customers to create their own workflows using a low-code/no-code approach with a vast amount of connectors that make it easy to integrate systems.