Microsoft Dynamics 365
Radzen applications can consume data from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365.
Please be aware that this guide is a bit outdated - for example Client ID is now Application ID and Sign On URL is now Reply URL.
Copy the Application ID (as it is needed later) and set
http://localhost:8000 as Reply URL.
Here is how a working configuration should look like in the Azure Active Directory portal:
2. Add a new OData data source.
- You need to change the REST endpoint to start with your Dynamics application name e.g.
xxxis your application name).
- Enable Azure AD authentication for this data source.
- Set the ClientID to the Application ID from the Azure portal (highlighted in the previous screenshot).
- Set Authorization URL to
- Add a Custom query parameter with name
resourceand value the url of your dynamics app e.g.
Here is what how a sample configuration should look like.
3. Infer the metadata
4. Use the data source
You can now use the Dynamics API as a Radzen data source. For example you can data-bind a DataGrid component!
- Drag and drop a data grid from the toolbox.
- Pick the ‘new …’ option from the Data property editor (in the property grid). It will display the data source configuration dialog and allow you to pick a method.
5. Run the application
Run the application. It will ask you to login and then display the requested data.