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I would like to host a page on dynamics, that can receive a web request, process it, and then store a value in a dynamics table that hopefully only my package has access to.
Is this possible? Can someone please point me to a tutorial of some sort? I can't seem to craft a search to find this info.
if you are talking about D365 finance and operations here is documentation
Sukrut, thank you for your attention to my question. I briefly looked at the documentation you linked, and it appears that it is a lesson on consuming external services. What I would like to do is host a server-side page that can accept requests, and lives in the D365 instance. In case it is useful, I will attempt to describe my use case in generic terms.
I know that it is possible in Salesforce, is it also possible in Dynamics? I would like to give my dynamics users the same good experience that my salesforce users get.
sorry for the late reply, I don't think, I have done such a thing in the past (Dynamics hosted web service)
Can you check below link, its for AX 2012 , is that what you need ?
You can write your own custom service as well which will return data you want to send , If I am not mistaken you are looking for this ?
Sukrut, I'm not super familiar with the different versions of Dynamics, but I believe that AX 2012 is an older, self hosted version of dynamics?
I'm not an owner of any envoirnment, I am an integrator. I am interested in a deep integration with hosted dynamics 365. In that case, I'm not sure that I have access to IIS? This needs to be something that I can package in a solution to be installed on a client's Dynamics.
In case of D365 you don't have access to IIS in that case It has to be part of D365 . Did you check my second link, writing custom service (SOAP/JSON) based in D365 ?
I think you're talking about two different products. Dynamics 365 consists of several different products, therefore saying just "Dynamics 365" is insufficient.
JustinBa seems to mean ex-CRM and he attached the tag "Finance and Operations" by mistake, while Sukrut is talking about former Dynamics AX (now Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition).