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I believe leaving apps in the internal network is possibility but obviously you will have to rewrite connection to CRM endpoints for data manipulation operations.
Thanks for your reply.
If we leave the asp.net application in the internal network, onclick JS code in D365 forms might be something like the following:
window.open("localserver/accountreport.aspx + Xrm.Page.data.entity.getId());
Using local server name/address feels strange to me, but I am not sure whether that's totally wrong or not.
Everything depends on how your report is written and deployed but your code could look like following:
window.open("http://localserver/accountreport.aspx?id=" + Xrm.Page.data.entity.getId());
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