Category: API

How to use a custom SystemId when inserting a record through an API

Have you tried to insert a record to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central through a Custom API and pass a custom SystemId with the record?  Basically what I trying to achieve is when an Account is created in the D365 Sales system, I want to pass that record to D365 Business Central. I can easily …

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Too many requests reached

What is the maximum number of API requests Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can handle within a one minute?  Ran into this question a couple of months ago, specifically soon after the April release. Most of our Azure Logic Apps integrations to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central started to fail due to API endpoint changes.  …

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How to inject data to Customer Address Line 2 using Microsoft Business Central API

Creating a customer record in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a topic I blogged about in one of my previous blog posts. If you have not read them yet I suggest you read it before going through this for better understanding.  Part 01: Getting Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs Part 02: Understanding Microsoft Business …

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Understanding Microsoft Business Central Custom API Endpoints

This is the third blog post about the Microsoft Business Central APIs and I suggest you go through below blog posts first if you haven’t read them yet. Part 01: Getting Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs Part 02: Understanding Microsoft Business Central Out-Of-The-Box API Endpoints If you want to access custom developed API then this blog …

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Understanding Microsoft Business Central Out-Of-The-Box API Endpoints

If you are working on a project which involves integrating a third party application to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, then I assume you have already come across with the Business Central APIs.  I noticed that most of the developers are still not comfortable with the endpoints of the BC APIs. Therefore this blog post …

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Getting Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs

API (Application Programming Interface) is an interface which allows applications to talk with each other. Simply put, it is more like a website, where you make a call to the server and you get a response from the server.  Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365BC) expose many “ready-to-use” APIs which allows seamless integration experience between other …

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