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I'm having a problem with configuring the adapter settings for integration with CRM. I’m unable to get my NAV settings to connect when clicking ‘Test Settings’. However, I have the CRM settings successfully connected to the CRM server - it's just the NAV server which is the problem!
I have the URL as http://localhost:7047/DynamicsNAV71/WS/
Domain, User Name and Password are correct.
I’ve followed the steps from the relevant section in this article:
did you run the integration job in nav (page marketing setup)?
I've followed the steps to clear all checkboxes on the Inheritance tab and then tick the Enable Connector checkbox followed by Generate Integration IDs for Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Is this the Integration Job you refer to?
when you try "test settings" to check the nav connection:
use the username one time with, one time without domainname.
check the nav and sql rights of the user.
Thank you Jonathan - that has worked. I simply removed the domain name and received the message 'Test settings succeeded'.
This made me question whether the domain name was correct, which I believed it was. Seemingly, because it is an Azure VM, I needed to include the 'cloudapp.net' part too. So I re-entered the domain name with this part included and also received the message 'Test settings succeeded'.
Appreciate your help - I'm slightly annoyed it was such a simple problem in the end!
All the best.
no problem. i had the same problem once (without azure) and it lasted hours to check, that this could be the reason, beacause it makes no sense. in my opinion it is a bug.
please verify my answer(s), if your question is answered. thx.
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