In this series, we’ll see how we can integrate Azure Service Bus Queue with D365. This series has been divided into 2 parts:
Part 1: How we can create a service bus queue in Azure portal and registration of service endpoint using plugin registration tool
Part 2: Do some operation in D365 and the message appears in Service Bus Queue. Also, read the message from queue.
Part 1: Create service bus queue in Azure portal
- Login to azure portal using your account
- Click on Create a Resource…
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- 2018.10.14#Dyn365CEClient API Change for openWebResource – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
- 2018.10.14#Dyn365CEStop SSIS Package Execution in SSISDB – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
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