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We would run into this issue while trying to connect to Dynamics 365 Version 9.0 from a client application.
It is because Customer Engagement Platform (version 9.0) only supports TLS 1.2.
More details here
How we can fix it à
We need to add the following line of code to our existing code
Hope it helps..
If you have been following along the blog series, you’ve seen in Part 1 why blockchain matters and in Part2 how we can build a shopping cart in ReactJs that will be used in this part to send our transactions to the blockchain. In this part, we will see the blockchain plumbing and setup.
Audience: If you are functional consultant or an architect who wants to understand how blockchain transactions work (at a high level). I have explained them in the Blockchain Request Lifecycle section. If you are developer who would like to build something similar, I have also posted the source code of my working prototype that demonstrates how Dynamics can be linked to the blockchain. I have never heard of blockchain in Dynamics365 space, so potentially this the first ever working prototype with source code – hooray!!
There are few blockchains in the market but the two…
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Continuing our journey down the chain as you can see in the architecture diagram I shared in my previous post NodeJs (the green patch) is our middleware that makes the commuicaiton possible. As of now Dynamics offers no direct connection to any blockchain. Let alone direct connection, there are not even any connector available. See that’s the joy of working on the cutting edge – you get to invent. Necessity is the mother of invention. So I thought of building some kind of middleware and NodeJs was a great choice as it will broker the communication between Dynamics, Portal and the blockchain.
The following are the main roles of the NodeJs layer in this architecture
For this I had to register my application inside the Azure AD as a native app.
I used Webpack 3.0 as my module bundler…
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“2017 is the year of Machine Learning, 2018 will be the year of Blockchain. So get ready to chain your CRM to the block”
What a great way to start a blog series with a quote of your own. Last year I blogged at length how machine learning can take your CRM implementations to the next level and demonstrated some real world use cases of how artificial intelligence can weave its magic. This year I thought why not explore the other great things buzzing around and the exploration left me amazed!! Not because I learnt lot of amazing things but at the amount of untapped potential which we are missing upon. Technology paradigms are changing rapidly and being a technologist feels like running after multiple buses departing away from you in opposing directions. If you run after one, you’ll miss the other.
This is what happened when…
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Recently, we had a requirement to send email to customers using a generic email address like firstname.lastname@example.org from Dynamics CRM (& Exchange Online).
The way we can implement this is through Shared Mailbox and Queue in CRM Online.
Log in to the Administration Portal
Select Shared mailboxes
Members can be added to the Shared Mailbox
Now back in CRM assign the email id to a particular queue.
Now sending an email activity with From as Queue and to as one of the user inside CRM.
Open the user’s mail box.
Make sure we have done Test and Enabled Mailbox for the Shared Email Box and have set Incoming and Outgoing Email as Server-Side Synchronization.
Hope it helps..