Dynamics CRM and Azure service bus integration Part 2
How to register the service bus queue in the plugin registration tool
- Part 1 – Create a service bus in Azure
- Part 3 – Install the CRMToBus plugin
- Part 4 – Install the CRM Endpoint Service
Following on from our series of posts showing how you can use the Dynamics CRM-Connector, this post details how you register a service bus queue in the plugin registration tool.
Download and install the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Software Development Kit, open up the plugin registration tool and connect to your organisation.
- Click Register -> Register New Service Endpoint
- Choose connection string and paste the Primary Connection String from the SAS policy created earlier
- After clicking next – you should see the full connection details, click [Save] to continue
- To receive messages sent across the service bus the CRM-Connecter requires a service endpoint id. To generate a service endpoint id, register a new step against the service endpoint. The actual parameters supplied in the registration are not important; we just require the service endpoint id that gets generated.
- After a new step has been registered a new service point id will have been created. We will use this id in the configuration of the Fortesium CRM-Connector plugin.