Step by Step – Configure CRM Plugin and Azure Service Bus in CRM 2015.

Run Microsoft Azure PowerShell

  • Add-AzureAccount


Sign in using your Azure Account.

  • Get-AzureSubscription

  • Select-Azuresubscription <name of the subscription you need>
  • New-Azuresbnamespace <name for the service bus> “North Europe” -CreateACSNamespace $true -NamespaceType Messaging


Open Azure Management Portal

https://manage.windowsazure.com/

Click on the Service Bus à Queues and Create a Queue using Quick Create

 

 

Now open Plugin Registration Tool.

Solution Namespace – Name Space we gave to our Service Bus.

Path – Name of the Queue.

Cick Save & Configure ACS

Management Key è Default Key

 

 

Click Save.

Now register a new Step. (Post Lead Create Asynchronous)

 

Create a new Lead record in CRM.

Check the System Job.

Hope it helps..


Author: Nishant Rana

I love working in and sharing everything about Microsoft.NET technology !

8 thoughts on “Step by Step – Configure CRM Plugin and Azure Service Bus in CRM 2015.”

  1. Hi Nishant,

    I have a Development environment and Test Environment and I created a Azure service bus to perform bulk operation. Azure is working fine. But when I am connecting Azure to one Environment(via Plugin Registration Tool as a Service Endpoint), the other environment which was already connected doesn’t work.
    Does CRM has limitation of having Azure Service Bus linked to only one CRM Organisation ?
    Any Thoughts on this?

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