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Using Azure functions as a scheduler for Dynamics 365 - 365 Community

Using Azure functions as a scheduler for Dynamics 365

Using Azure functions as a scheduler for Dynamics 365

A few months ago I had a requirement where I needed to flag records as expired which were past their expiry date within Dynamics. I have seen/implemented various techniques before that involved using Dynamics itself as the scheduling engine, but that wasn’t always consistent nor performant. I have also been done the path of creating console applications that are then setup to execute on a server on a scheduled basis. These previous solutions always involved a lot of work or were not reliable…

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Using Azure functions as a scheduler for Dynamics 365

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