Follow the earlier posts to create the Scribe Online trial and steps to create an integration solution.
Below is our sample XML file that holds the contact information that we want to create inside Dynamics 365 CE
For creating XML connection, we need the XSD file.
So let us generate the XSD file using the below tool
The generated XSD –
Now install the XML Connector from the Marketplace.
Then create a new connection specifying the XML…
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