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Resco has prepared OpenAPI files that can be used by Power Automate to create a connector for interfacing with Resco Cloud. Both YAML and JSON formats are available. Contact [https://www.resco.net/contact-support/ Resco support] for more information.
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Resco has prepared OpenAPI definition files that can be used by Power Automate to create a custom connector for interfacing with Resco Cloud. Both YAML and JSON formats are available. When using an OpenAPI definition to describe a custom connector in Power Automate, [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/custom-connectors/faq#limits the file must be less than 1 MB]. Therefore, the API definition only includes selected entities by default. Contact [https://www.resco.net/contact-support/ Resco support] for more information.
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'''(Coming soon)''': You can also generate your own OpenAPI file with entities necessary for your particular use case. In the [[Admin Console]], select TBD from the menu; then select the entities (fields?) that you need. 
  
 
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Revision as of 11:20, 21 December 2020

Warning This page describes a function that has not yet been publicly released, or has been released in beta / preview quality. Subject to change.
Integration with third-party systems


Power Automate is a Microsoft service that helps you create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more. Power Automate can be used to connect a Resco Cloud organization with other CRM/ERP backend systems, such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

One of the possible usage scenarios


Resco has prepared OpenAPI definition files that can be used by Power Automate to create a custom connector for interfacing with Resco Cloud. Both YAML and JSON formats are available. When using an OpenAPI definition to describe a custom connector in Power Automate, the file must be less than 1 MB. Therefore, the API definition only includes selected entities by default. Contact Resco support for more information.

(Coming soon): You can also generate your own OpenAPI file with entities necessary for your particular use case. In the Admin Console, select TBD from the menu; then select the entities (fields?) that you need.