This is a vast topic to cover in a blog. But I wanted to write from a bird-eye’s view of how this will pan out in an implementation where you perform a certain operation in Dynamics 365 CRM and an Azure Function is called to perform further operations.
This post is written keeping in mind fair knowledge of Azure Functions, Storage accounts and subscriptions in mind.
I’ll try to keep the article short, so stay with me! 🙂
Create a Function App in Azure
- Let’s say you have created a Function App in Azure already and want to connect to Dynamics 365 CRM. Click on the big + New Function button in the screenshot below
- Now, since I want to keep Visual Studio as my driver for coding and deployment, I’ll create a new Project in Visual Studio of type Azure Functions and click Next
- On the next page, I’ll…
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