Uses pre-packaged tools to intelligently connect with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Based on a simple use case, the application takes a CSV file of contacts and uploads the contact information to an active Dynamics CRM user account. It uses the Anypoint DataMapper Transformer to map and transform data, thereby facilitating quick integration with this Software as a Service (SaaS) provider.
The application accepts CSV files which contain contact information – name, phone number, email – and uploads them into a Microsoft Dynamics account, automatically inserting the correct data into each field.
Change the contents of the Username, Password, and Organization Service URL fields to your account-specific values as follows:
Username: <USERNAME>@<COMPANY_NAME>.onmicrosoft.com Password: <PASSWORD> Organization Service Url: https://<COMPANY_NAME>.api.crm4.dynamics.com/XRMServices/2011/Organization.svc
Click OK to save your changes.
src/main/resourcesfolder to expand it, then find the contacts.csv file inside this folder. Click and drag the contacts.csv file into an
inputfolder in the same directory.
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