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I'm battling to test the replication of data from a business central on premise to a business central tenant in the cloud.
I've gone though all the necessary setups and installed and activate the Integration Runtime components on my SQL server, I also verified that the connection details provided is working using the diagnostics provided with the Microsoft integration runtime configuration manager.
My problem comes in when trying to activate the link using the assisted setup in the business central cloud tenant. It simple states "Failed to enable your replication. Make sure your integration runtime is successfully connected and try again." - I need guidance on how to trouble shoot this and next steps to confirm? Or a method using third party tools to confirm the runtime integration is setup correctly.
My SQL server is running on Azure Machine (Not SQL Azure) and business central tenant has been setup and tested, only difference that I can pick up is that my SQL server is linked to a different AD structure as compared my business central tenant in the cloud. But as far as I understand this should not matter as the runtime integration bridges this gap.
Any assistance / suggestion would be appreciated
Is the Self Hosted Integration Runtime correctly installed? Are you using correct SQL Authrntication? Remember that you have to use SQL Authentication for accessing your local db.
Did you get the replication to work? I am having the same issue and getting the error- Failed to prepare the systems for replication. My Integration Runtime is enabled and seems to be connected. Any tips you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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