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Object is to read data from Dynamics ax 365FO data entities using Web Api project.
This is first part of the blog series on consuming Data entities using Web api, in this blog i will be covering the configuration part of the projects
Step 1: Download Dynamics ax integration sample project from GITHUB
Extract the project, you will see different samples.
Step 2: We will copy two projects AuthenticationUtility and ODataUtility and move to the new web api project we are going to create.
New project structure will look like this.
We also need to add the reference of dll of two projects AuthenticationUtility and ODataUtility to our new projects.
There is a class ClientConfiguration in AuthenticationUtility project that is required a configuration change and requires to set following attribute from your Azure subscription.
UriString, UserName, Password, ActiveDirectoryResource, ActiveDirectoryTenant, ActiveDirectoryClientAppId, ActiveDirectoryClientAppSecret
In the next blogs i will be covering
Amir (Happy Daxing)
Business Applications communities