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·For connecting Microsoft Teams with business central, in teams Go to APPS, select Microsoft, then search for and open Incoming Webhook.
· After the app has been uploaded, you can choose the channel where it will be turned on, and you must then click Configure:
·Choose an app name and an image (optional) on the app configuration page (this will appear on your channel when a message is submitted in business central):
·After setting up the incoming webhook app, you will receive a URL (your webhook), which you must use to deliver messages to Teams from Business Central:
· A POST HTTP request with the following JSON payload is required to send the message to this webhook:
· Now is the right time to develop the Dynamics 365 Business Central extension. Our extension here is really straightforward:
· We have a code unit that exposes a method for delivering a message to Microsoft Teams by contacting the webhook
· We have a page extension object that adds an action for sending a message to your Microsoft Teams channel
· The code for the code unit is as follows:
In this case, we build an HTTP Client object and use it to send a POST request to the webhook while passing a JSON payload that contains the message we want to deliver to our Teams channel. The following is a definition of the page extension object:
If you deploy this extension in Dynamics 365 Business Central, a new message-sending button for Teams is available on the Customer List:
This is the result (Message sent to MS Teams) if you click the action:
What occurs on your Teams channel, then? From a beautiful new service, you have a wonderful new message:
As you can see, integrating Teams is pretty easy, and with just a few lines of code, you can create a Dynamics 365 Business Central that is more dynamic than ever.