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Today we are going to look at how Azure Logic Apps can be leveraged with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for custom integrations and event triggers.
You can get an overview and see documentation on logic apps here.
Azure Logic Apps are similar to Biz Talk (on premises version). There are multiple connectors and Dynamics 365 is one of them. Please note that some of the actions in the connector are still in preview mode.
Azure Logic Apps and the Dynamics 365 connector behave in a notification style mechanism, which means that record create/update/delete will be notified and the corresponding actions can be taken. In fact, Microsoft Flows are just built on top of logic apps. It also has connector to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations as well.
You can view other limits here.
Here are some screenshots of how these look for a flow that triggers on contact create/update, pushes the data into an Azure Service Bus Queue, and then notifies the user that it has successfully sent the message through email.
This is just one sample but there are be many more that can be achieved with logic apps. See more about using logics apps with Dynamics 365 here.
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