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Does there exist a Microsoft Utility, or other, that would take the values of the WebAPI v8.2 output keys and values, and convert them into a JSON document which had the same keys and values as the XRMServices/2011/Organization.svc ?
We're trying to upgrade, but provide our users with the exact same experience. We realize that the XRMServices/2011/Organization.svc is being deprecated, but still, is there some mapping that can be done, or are customers expected to fully overhaul their client to adapt to the new WebAPI? I may be answering my own question here.
Microsoft strongly encourage developers to use the Web API for accessing Dynamics 365 web services when writing new application code. You must update existing applications to use the Dynamics 365 Web API for accessing Dynamics 365 web services between now and the removal of the 2011 endpoint.
I don't think this will work for us. We're communicating via Java RESTful libraries. Basically, the output of the new WebAPI differs from the SOAP API. Essentially I'm trying to see if there is a tool that will convert the new WebAPI output to be in the format of the old SOAP output. For example, I would want to map a certain field's output from "1" to "Default Value". There are many fields like this that have changed. Doing a manual reverse lookup would be very very costly.
I realize that by deprecating the SOAP API, that means that the output is subject to change, but I am trying to make things backward compatible with as little pain as possible.
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