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Does anyone know if it is possible to set up a website that clients can visit and with the right extension import/upload PDFs into their project in Microsoft Dynamics?
I'm getting the feeling PDFs might be a no-go. If they are is this general web-site-landing-page upload possible with, say, an excel file?
You can always use Notes(annotations) to store attachments. You can let users upload it through the website and save in CRM.
Thanks for the feedback. Any idea where I can find more information regarding this matter?
This link will tell you how you can create annotation using c#. You can then include the same in your website.
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