Microsoft Dynamics CRM Connector
With the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Connector, you can integrate data between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and other enterprise applications, Web Services, XML data sources, legacy systems, and simple and complex flat-files. Along with a scalable and secure server, Jitterbit provides a powerful graphical environment to help you quickly design, implement, test, deploy, and manage your integration projects. Whether your connection is with cloud, mobile or on-premises software applications, you'll be able to integrate quickly with a wizard-driven interface.
This Jitterbit connector is purpose-built for native Dynamics CRM connectivity and supports all Dynamics CRM editions including CRM Online, CRM 2011, CRM 4.0 and CRM 3.0, CRM 2013, CRM 2015, CRM 2016 and Dynamics 365.
The first job of a connector is to connect to a business system. There are often several ways to access data and functions within a system including defined APIs, database access, and vendor specific frameworks. Jitterbit builds connectors based on the most common business requirements and the native functions provided by each system.
Jitterbit’s Microsoft Dynamics CRM connector uses REST and SOAP web services to access Dynamics CRM data and functions. REST services are invoked for functions such as query, create, retrieve and update. The connector also provides unique functionality such as upsert, which updates a Dynamics CRM record if it exists and creates it if it does not.
Jitterbit supports different deployments of Dynamics CRM, including customer deployed, partner hosted and CRM Online.
The Jitterbit connector provides access to both standard and custom objects within CRM and provides a point-and-click query builder to simplify data access.
This section provides details about the Jitterbit Microsoft Dynamics CRM Connector such as Installation/Setup instructions and guidance on setting up a Dynamics CRM endpoint. You will also find Create/Delete/Update/Upsert info. To see that content and more, visit the associated pages listed.
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Last updated: Mar 29, 2019