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I think all of you already know what is Microsoft Flow. If not, you can get a quick overview here .
All of this looks very simple, but if it really so?
Yes.... but, before you will make simple flows in Microsoft flow service, you should connect your current apps.
In a current blog, I will describe how to connect Dynamics NAV 2017, which works on Azure VM.
First, we should configure OData tab in NAV Server.
To work with MS Flow, setups should be:
Create Web Service
Here you should add your tables (Object type = Page) to which you will make a connection from MS Flow.
F. ex. if you want to send notifications to your customers, when sales order will be shipped, you need to publish
Don't forget to publish your web service!
Your virtual machine should have dns name. This is short video how to setup it
Create Inbound security rules
Add inbound security rule for OData Port. Check here how to setup it.
If you will not open OData port on your VM, your OData services will not be accessed.
You can check how your OData service works by using such services as http://services.odata.org/validation/
What are MS Flow connections and how to setup them, you can find here .
To connect Dynamics NAV, you should choose it in connections and setup as on next screen.
I've prepared also video tutorial How to send notifications to customers when sales order is Released.
(Sorry for Russian language in this video, I will translate it later, when find some time)
If you use NAV on Docker container, then by default URL is secured (https), but certificate is self-signed. So, Flow will not work. You should create new NAV container with parameter -useSSL:$false
See tweeter issue here
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