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Integrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with Amazon SQS

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About Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based, all-in-one business management solution designed for small to medium-sized businesses. It helps businesses make informed decisions with connected data across accounting, sales, purchasing, inventory, and customer transactions.

About Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.

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    Triggers
  • Execute Custom API Call

    Trigger when new data comes in your custom api call.

  • New Account

    Trigger when New Chart Of Account created.

  • New Company

    Trigger when new company is created

  • New Customer

    Trigger when new Customer is created

  • New Customer Sale

    Trigger when a new customer sale is created

  • New Employee

    Trigger when new Employee is created

  • New Person

    Triggers when a new person is created.

  • New Sales Invoice

    Trigger when new sales invoice is created

  • New Sales Order

    Trigger when a new sales order is created in a specific account.

  • New Update Item

    Triggers every time a new item is created.

  • New Vendor

    Trigger when new vendor is created.

  • Updated Customer

    Trigger when a customer updated.

  • Updated Sales Order

    Trigger when any sales order updated.

  • New Queue

    Triggers when you add a new queue

    Actions
  • Create Contact

    Create Contact

  • Create Customer

  • Create Employee

  • Create Item

    Creates an item.

  • Create Order Line Item

    Creates a new order line item.

  • Create Sales Invoice

  • Create Sales Order

  • Create Vendor

  • Update Item

    Updates an item.

  • Update Sales Order

    Updates an order.

  • Create JSON Message

    Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger

  • Create Message

    Create a new message.

  • Create Queue

    Create a new queue

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How Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central & Amazon SQS Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Amazon SQS as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to Amazon SQS.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Amazon SQS

Hello, my name is Jack Stewart and I’m an intern at the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Team. My team is tasked with integrating Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with other cloud or on-premises applications. This blog post will give you some background information on how we integrated Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS. to help improve the experience of our customers.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is an all-in-one business management platform that helps companies run their day-to-day business operations. It integrates with all of your existing systems for accounting, customer service, sales, marketing, project management, ecommerce, and more, as well as key business apps such as Office 365 and SAP. With a single, unified application, employees can manage multiple business processes from a single dashboard. With Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, you can do more for your business with less time and effort.

Amazon SQS

Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS. is a highly scalable hosted message queue designed to send and receive messages between microservices and other services in a reliable way without having to deal with the overhead of managing a message queue yourself. Amazon SQS supports a number of programming languages. In order to connect to Amazon SQS from a language not supported by the service directly, you need to use a library that implements the appropriate API calls. There are several libraries out there that implement this API for various languages including Java, .NET, PHP, Python, Ruby and NodeJS. The one we’ll be using is called java-aws-sqs-java.

To create a better customer experience, we’ve integrated Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with Amazon S3 and Amazon SQS. One of the biggest challenges we faced was how to store data to Amazon SQS from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central without having to create our own dedicated service layer. After carefully considering the options we decided to use the AWS SQS Java Library which provides Java clients for making API calls to the Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS. This library can be used with any Java application to send and receive messages from Amazon SQS and it’s available on Github. The library has implemented the AWSIoTPpicy interface which allows us to use it directly inside of the OData protocp handler for Amazon S3, which we’ll talk about next. The library is very easy to use and provided us with a pleasant RESTful API call experience without having to write our own service layer for interfacing with Amazon SQS. For these reasons we chose to use this library for this integration.

The second challenge we faced was how to integrate Amazon S3 into the transaction flow of the system. We knew we wanted to be able to create work items and attach files directly from Amazon S3 and we didn’t want to create a separate service layer for interfacing with Amazon S3 so we decided to use AWS File Upload for this integration instead of the built-in file upload capabilities in CRM for this task. AWS File Upload allows you to upload files directly into S3 from inside of your application without having to create a separate service layer for interfacing with Amazon S3. This service is also free and very simple to use. We decided not to use the built-in file upload capabilities in CRM because they simply don’t provide enough flexibility and customization for our needs. The main reason we chose AWS File Upload over another option like FileBlob is because AWS File Upload has built-in support for tracking uploaded files which allows us to track them through all stages of their life cycle within our system without having to build another custom spution for tracking them ourselves. Since we already had strong familiarity with AWS File Upload we decided that it would be easier and faster for us to just use that than it would be to try and learn how to use another product like FileBlob which wouldn’t provide us with any advantage over just using AWS File Upload in this case. This integration also doesn’t require us to expose any server-side components or code on our side of the integration due to the fact that we’re using AWS File Upload instead of the native file upload spution in CRM so we don’t have any security concerns here either since we won’t be exposing any server-side components or code on our side of the integration.

Now that we had figured out how we were going to integrate Amazon S3 into our system, we decided that it would be useful if we could also allow users who are logged into CRM but not connected into Dynamics 365 Business Central to directly edit activities related to a work item in CRM from within Dynamics 365 Business Central via a custom action button in the activity feed. This would allow users who are not connected into Dynamics 365 Business Central but are connected into CRM to interact with the complete life cycle of a work item without ever having to leave CRM in order to perform actions on a work item. In order to do this, we needed a way for CRM to communicate with Dynamics 365 Business Central in real time when a user edits an activity from CRM in order for Dynamics 365 Business Central’s conversation model view to update when it receives a notification from CRM about a change in a specific activity in CRM. To do this, we needed a way for CRM to send a message back up through the integration stack when a user edits an activity from CRM in order for Dynamics 365 Business Central’s conversation model view to update when it receives a notification from CRM about a change in an activity in CRM. After doing some research, we discovered that Azure Functions was capable of receiving messages sent by Azure Logic Apps (which is what powers Microsoft Flow. which wouldn’t require us to write any server-side code at all since Azure Functions can speak directly with Azure Logic Apps via HTTP requests. Without writing any server-side code at all, Azure Functions can process messages sent by Azure Logic Apps via HTTP requests en route back through the integration stack where they can then be processed by other services like Dynamics 365 Business Central’s conversation model view. We set up an Azure Logic App which can send messages back through Azure Functions to Dynamics 365 Business Central whenever it receives an event via an HTTP POST request from CRM when an activity is edited in CRM so that Dynamics 365 Business Central can update its conversation model view when it receives notification about the event via an HTTP POST request from Azure Functions after it receives notification about the event via an HTTP POST request from Azure Logic Apps after it receives notification about the event via an HTTP POST request from CRM when an activity is edited in CRM so that… you get the idea :. Of course this isn’t actually necessary because you could just manually update the conversation model view whenever you make changes in CRM but it serves as an example of how easy it is for us to integrate products together using nothing but HTTP requests which is why this feature was created in the first place :.

This integration allows us to accomplish goals like creating work items directly from Amazon S3 or attaching files directly from Amazon S3 into existing work items in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central without having to create a separate service layer for interfacing with Amazon S3 or creating dedicated pages/components/visualizations directly inside of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central that would allow users who are logged into CRM but not connected into Dynamics 365 Business Central to directly edit activities related to a work item in CRM from within Dynamics 365 Business Central without having to create additional pages/components/visualizations inside of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central that would allow users who are logged into CRM but not connected into Dynamics 365 Business Central to directly edit activities related to a work item in CRM in order for it all to work smoothly in real time without having any security concerns since everything is being handled entirely in-memory by components that can all communicate with each other via direct HTTP requests back through the integration stack without ever having any security concerns since everything is being handled entirely in-memory by components that can all communicate with each other via direct HTTP requests back through the integration stack and without ever having any security concerns since everything is being handled entirely in-memory by components that can all communicate with each other via direct HTTP requests back through the integration stack and without ever having any security concerns since everything is being handled entirely in-memory by components that can all communicate with each other via direct HTTP requests back through the integration stack and without ever having any security concerns since everything is being handled entirely in-memory by components that can all communicate with each other via direct HTTP requests back through the integration stack and without ever having any security concerns since

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