In this video, I show how to work with the AL Table Proxy Generator to create custom integration to Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM/CE/For sales
We’ve been doing a lot of Dynamics 365 for Sales and Customer Engagement work for clients who are already using Dynamics NAV and Dynamics Business Central lately. Each of these applications provides some form of CRM functionality, but there is a lot of confusion about when the different solutions might make the most sense. Let’s try to tackle this at a high level…
Since the advent of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in November 2016, NAV Development Team worked hard to move from the old Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 SDK (7.0) to the shining latest one from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 (8.2).
Moving from the old SDK to the new one, required not only platform changes but also a deep code review. In this blog, I am trying to explain what is changed within latest versions and cumulative updates and also which tables are allowed to be integrated as entities within NAV CRM Integration feature.
If you use our integration with Dynamics CRM, you might have noticed a Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.dll that is installed on the server and on the client computers. This is part of the integration, both when you use the integrated connection and the Connector. We have seen a pattern where this file is the wrong version for some reason.