13 Nov’19

Blog, Dynamics 365, OthersAdding Microsoft Dynamics NAV Connection in Tibco Scribe Online

Introduction:

Establishing a connection is an important step before developing a solution for Integration. While integrating with Microsoft Dynamics NAV as a source/destination a Connection is needed which can be established as follows.

Step 1:

Click on “More” tab and choose Connections.

Step 2:

Click on “Addition” Symbol to add a Connection.

Step 3:

Install On-Prem Agent on Nav server. Refer to the link below.

https://help.scribesoft.com/scribe/en/index.htm#sol/agent/agentinstall.htm?Highlight=On%20prem%20agent

Step 4:

Add the details as follows.

Connector Type: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central/NAV.

Name: Give a name for your connection.

OData Service URL:

Get the required Odata URL from NAV.

Note: The URL should end with “Odata” at end. No additional forward slash must be added at the end of the URL which might result in errors.

http://ftl-nav-dev:7048/FTL-DEVInstance/OData

User: Find it after the date as follows.

Password: Password for NAV

Company Name: Find it before the date as follows.

Agent: Select the On-Prem Agent which you had installed.

Written by

Rushank Karekar

Software Engineer

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