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I have over the past couple of weeks found some good resources of information for the connector and finding useful information is difficult because there isn’t much of it and a lot of the blogs/sites you will visit will be the same information and all they will tell you is what the connector does and the default entities which are mapped.
Hopefully more people can start blogging about the connector and creating more quality material for it to ease the frustrations you will find when using it. One of the problems is what to call the connector, it seems to be references by loads of different names.
So rather than just complaining about it I am going to do my bit my sharing some of the useful links and hopefully write some blogs on the subject.
Microsoft Community documents – Integrating Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Microsoft Dynamics CRM
The official dynamic connector blog
A good blog post
the official installation guide download
Excellent blog with many posts and a good installation guide
If anyone has any other good links then please add them to the comments
I’ll try to give my blog again http://www.nav-connector.com
you gave you blog last time, it’s a comment on another blog post.
I didn’t feature it in the list of useful resources because at the moment it doesn’t have many entries but I’m sure this will change in the future.
Tidbit: I found switching on the ‘Use NTLM Authentication’ flag in NAV allowed the adapter for NAV to work correctly. Certainly there’s a lack of good logging in the product.