Category Archives: Azure Functions

Parse JSON string that represents the Dynamics 365 plugin execution context received in Azure Function

Introduction: In our previous blogs of this Integrating Dynamics 365 with Azure Functions series, we have gone through a walkthrough with an example of creating an Azure Function and call the same through the following, An example of directly calling an Azure function from traditional workflows. Register as a WebHook and invoke it from a… Read More »

Integrating Dynamics 365 with Azure Functions – Part 3

Introduction: In our last post about Azure functions, we saw how to register the workflow assembly and execute the workflow using Microsoft Flow in Dynamics 365. Continuing with our series to call webhooks from CRM, let us register the Azure function created as a Webhook. We register this using the Plugin Registration Tool (PRT) From the PRT… Read More »

Integrating Dynamics 365 with Azure Functions – Part 2

Introduction: In our recent blog, We saw how to create an Azure function and now that we have our Azure function ready and hosted, let’s look at invoking the function through a workflow. At this point, we will execute the function through an HTTP request instead of registering the function as a Webhook. Let us modify the… Read More »

Integrating Dynamics 365 with Azure Functions – Part 1

Introduction: Azure function is a serverless architecture where your code is hosted in the cloud and you do not need any infrastructure to host this. Traditionally extending business logic for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (D365 CE) included creating plugin and workflow assemblies which would be deployed to CRM using Plugin registration tool. The assembly could… Read More »