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Using Dynamics 365 Webhooks as the third way to trigger Flow - 365 Community

Using Dynamics 365 Webhooks as the third way to trigger Flow

There are two connectors available in Flow to get triggers from Dynamics 365 CE once it’s integrated with Common Data Service for Apps (Spring 2018 update > V9.0.2): the socialist Dynamics 365 Standard connector and the capitalist Common Data Service Premium connector.

To get the socialist Dynamics 365 Standard connector working as trigger you need to enable Change Tracking on Entity…

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Using Dynamics 365 Webhooks as the third way to trigger Flow

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Author: Stefan Strube

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