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I'm trying to connect to Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (online) (v9) inside SSIS. I have it down to a point where it refuses to log in to the service. I'm a bit new to the SDK and CRM but i have a background in programming in other languages. I have a script component in SSIS in C# which has the below line that is causing the issue, i just keep getting an error "Unable to log on to Dynamics CRM"
Not really in a position yet to pay for connectors like Kingswaysoft so wondering if anyone can see anything obvious i'm missing ?
CrmServiceClient crmSvc = new CrmServiceClient("AuthType=Office365;Usernameemail@example.com;Url=">xxx.api.crm4.dynamics.com/.../Organization.svc
Just to clarify that line as the formatting throws it a bit there:
CrmServiceClient crmSvc = new CrmServiceClient("AuthType=Office365;Usernamefirstname.lastname@example.org;Url=xxx.api.crm4.dynamics.com/.../Organization.svc
Please refer to this link: https://carldesouza.com/connecting-to-dynamics-365-using-crmserviceclient/
Something is wrong with the URL, please check:
var connectionString = @”AuthType=Office365;Url=yourcrm.crm.dynamics.com/;Username=youremail;Password=yourpassword”;
Hope this helps;
Thanks - I have solved this - it was me being a bit daft, i had MFA enabled on my account and that was the cause, as soon as i used a service account with MFA disabled - BOOM all worked.
HAHA, no problem.
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