Here we will pick the folder Customers and its subfolders along with the files inside it and will transfer it’s content to the Azure Blob Container.
Create a new SSIS Package and drag the Premium File Transfer Task to the control flow designer.
Double click the task and specify the following Source Properties
Action – Send Files – the other options are – Delete files, Create Directory, Remove Directory.
Check the option – Include Subdirectories
Connection Manager – Local File
Directory Path – specify the folder
Similarly, for Destination, we can specify the Azure Blog Storage Connection Manager and the directory path as shown below
Note – Make sure we have already added the connection for it to be available inside the connection manager option of Premium File Transfer Task. The other connection types supported are FTPS, SFT, Amazon S3, Azure Data Lake Storage, Box, Dropbox, Hadoop, OneDrive, SharePoint.
Let us run the package.
We can see the content transferred successfully to Azure Blog storage
Also, check out –
Using Azure Blob Storage component with Dynamics 365
These options if enabled, will turn off or disable plugin, workflow, entity auditing during pre-execution temporarily, during the writing process, and will revert the changes to the original state after successful execution.
Tentatively Disable Relevant Plugins (if any)
Tentatively Disable Relevant Workflows (if any)
Tentatively Disable Relevant Auditing (if any)
Let us take a simple example to see it in action.
Here we have a simple data flow that creates contact records inside CDS using Data Spawner.
With version 20.2 November 2020 release, there have few updates added to the KingwaySoft’s CDS/CRM Destination Component, few are changes in the label and others are metadata changes, that one should be aware of before updating.