In this video, I show how to call a simple web service from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and how to process the JSON based reply.
Business Central how to invoke a Web Service from Powershell How-to re-call a WebService from Powershell (BC On-Premise) Scenario: We already have Web Services defined, with several fields calculated or recovering difficult management data (e.g. dimensions shortcuts etc.), the Web Services are ready and we want to reuse them.
What is a web service? It is a protocol for sharing data across applications and systems. This is critical if you want to have a holistic view of your organization that includes data that exists outside of your ERP system. There are many areas within Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central that require web services…and setting them up in BC is easy! Watch this brief video to find out how.
I was just working on an assignment where I got the need of the customer like they want the Item Picture via web service. Another validation they put in was they don’t want the item picture to be saved on any particular directory instead they want on fly.
Like most of my posts this has its origin in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central development – specifically our build process – although it isn’t limited to that.
We had a need to call a SOAP web service from PowerShell (see below for the background if you’re interested). In the past I’ve used Invoke-WebRequest and added content-type and a SOAPAction header to the request