Connector -- Integrating Dynamics ERP with Dynamics CRM

Connector for Microsoft Dynamics is an integration solution which is targeted specifically at the Microsoft Dynamics product family. Connector provides an out of the box integration between Dynamics CRM and Dynamics ERP solutions.

Connector for Microsoft Dynamics V3 Refresh available

Connector for Microsoft Dynamics V3 Refresh available

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Connector for Microsoft Dynamics V3 (3.0.430.1) refresh is available.  This refresh addresses some issues that you may have encountered with the initial release of Connector for Microsoft Dynamics V3.

Refresh Highlights:

  1. This refresh addresses the issue of custom fields not being available for mapping on existing maps after the configuration utilities have been run against those mapped entities
  2. Integrations that are saved to template now have their name set to be the same as the file name when they are exported, which allows for importation without errors
  3. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Sales Orders are properly made available for mapping and are set properly as endpoints in those custom mappings

To download this release for your Microsoft Dynamics ERP system, go to CustomerSource:

  • Connector for Microsoft Dynamics AX
    • If you have installed Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 CU 6, you are no longer required to import an XPO
    • The XPO that is required to enable support within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 requires that Cumulative Update 1 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 be installed
    • The XPO that is required to enable support within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 is different than the XPO for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and is listed as a separate download
    • Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 CU 1 is fully supported
  • Connector for Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • This version no longer supports new integrations using Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0, upgrades to existing integrations using Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 are supported
    • All previously supported versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and GP 2013 are still fully supported as either new or existing integrations
  • Connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    • This version requires Microsoft Dynamics NAV hotfix 2597312 and hotfix 2721512 when integrating Microsoft Dynamics CRM with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2
  • Connector for Microsoft Dynamics SL

Would you like to know more?  Check out the User Guide for your ERP system and begin your installation preparation. I know, I know; reading documentation can be arduous. But you know what they say: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So read the provided documentation to avoid the common mistakes and save yourself the support call.  The user guides for all of the ERPs have been updated for this release and all include a V3 upgrade sections that you should be familiar with before upgrading your existing integrations.  All of the known issues documents have been updated as well so please have a look at those too, they can all be found on the Connector for Microsoft Dynamics download pages.

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  • Is there going to be a version that supports CRM 2013? or will this work with it.

    Thanks

  • @Peter - we are currently testing against CRM 2013 and we will be announcing Connector for Microsoft Dynamics' compatibility on this blog once we have sign off.

  • You mention all versions of GP 2010 are supported. Does this include versions prior to SP3?

  • @Mike Marino - no it means all previously supported versions of GP 2010 and GP 2013 are still currently supported.  I believe that SP 3 or greater is required for GP 2010 support.  Thanks for asking the question and I will update the post with this clarification.

  • I want to know if it is possible to integrate NAV2009 and CRM2013?

  • @Stefan - yes this is definitely possible.  You will want to use the CRM 2011 adapter and the default maps, just as you would if you were integrating to CRM 2011.

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