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i have a requirement to implement an Interface between CRM 2013(on premise) and SAP .
may i know the all possible ways to implement the interface.
Thanks in Advance
If you are not looking for any third-party solution, you can integrate using Dynamics CRM SDK and SAP SDKs.
If you are looking for a third-party solution, have a look at these links
sap to dynamics crm integration?forum=crm
If you want to build your own solution, generally, it would be easy to integrate using a console app that talks to CRM and SAP assuming you are on-prem because you mentioned CRM 2013. This approach allows you to have the integration tasks running out side of CRM and SAP. You could easily convert your console app into a TopShelf windows service. Please follow this link for more info on this : https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/creating-windows-service-in-net-with-topshelf/ .
If you don't want to make it a Window Service, you can always use Windows Tasks Scheduler and run it as a console app on a schedule basis - Windows Tasks Scheduler is fairly stable and its Out of the Box on Windows Clients and Servers so you might as well take advantage of it.
One other approach to your own solution would be to create a Web API service and have all the actions to get data / save data to SAP in there and then call the Web Api from CRM plugin or Custom Workflow Activity / Custom Action in Workflows.
Which approach to choose? well it largely depends on what sort of integrations you are planning to do.
Hope this helps
I am working on crm 4.0 & crm has been integrated with sap. I need to change the path name which is earlier offsite shared location used now it need to change to online path location.I am not aware of this .Any idea ? Any help could be appreciated.
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