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How do you Integrate with D365?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365) is a powerful enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) platform that helps businesses streamline their operations and improve customer engagement. While D365 provides a range of capabilities out of the box, it is often necessary to integrate it with other systems to fully support the needs of an organization. There are various ways to integrate D365 with other systems, which we will explore in this article.

  • Using the D365 Web API

One of the easiest ways to integrate D365 with other systems is by using the D365 Web API. The Web API is a RESTful API that allows you to access and modify data in D365 using standard HTTP methods like GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. This API is fully supported and documented by Microsoft, making it easy to use and integrate with other systems.

  • Using the D365 Connector in Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow)

Another option for integrating D365 with other systems is by using the D365 connector in Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow). Power Automate is a cloud-based platform that allows you to automate workflows and create integrations between various systems. The D365 connector makes it easy to connect to D365 and perform various actions, such as creating records, updating records, and retrieving data.

  • Using the D365 Data Export Service

The D365 Data Export Service is a tool that allows you to export data from D365 to a local SQL Server database. This can be useful if you want to perform advanced reporting or analysis on the data in D365. The Data Export Service can be set up to run on a schedule, so you can regularly export data from D365 to a local database.

  • Using Custom Integrations

If the above options do not meet your integration needs, you can also create custom integrations using tools like Azure Logic Apps or Azure Functions. These tools allow you to create custom integrations using a visual designer or code, giving you more flexibility and control over the integration process.


In conclusion, there are various ways to integrate D365 with other systems, depending on your specific needs and requirements. The D365 Web API, D365 connector in Power Automate, D365 Data Export Service, and custom integrations using Azure Logic Apps or Azure Functions are all options to consider.


Happy coding,


Tom Hundley

Elegant Software Solutions

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