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We are working on one of the project for our customer to develop plugin connectors (Integration Adapter), which would enable the end users to quickly integrate cloud and on premise applications. As a part of this project, we are targeting to develop plugin connectors for Dynamics AX7 and would need Endpoint (API) access to explore features and build integration flow in the plugin connector.
To complete our project requirement, we have to do Dynamics AX7 setup.
Can Dynamics 365 fulfill our requirement?
Can we configure AX7 instance using Dynamics 365 also which pricing plan suites our requirement?
Same as AX7, we also need to configure other CRM online and other financial offerings of Microsoft.
Any pointers on above will be helpful
You can't "configure AX7 instance using Dynamics 365" - AX 7 is a part of Dynamics 365; these are not two independent things. AX 7 is just a code name of a product officially called Microsoft Dynamics AX, which has been renamed Dynamics 365 for Operations and it's now offered in a package called Dynamics 365. It's similar to Excel being a part of Office 365.
Anyway, look at Service endpoints on Dynamics 365 for Operations Help Wiki. By the way, you can notice that the page says "Released: Dynamics AX 7.0.0". :-)
There is only one plan including Dynamics 365 for Operations (Enterprise Edition, Plan 2), so it's not really a question. You could consider getting it outside any plan, but if you need CRM as well, it's not worth considering.
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