After walking through the overall D365 Retail API Architecture in part I and II of this series on the D365 Retail APIs, it’s now time to enable anyone to actually use the Retail APIs. To allow this, this blog post will contain all details on how to construct a request to most of the 400 out-of-box D365 Retail APIs – Beyond that, I’ve included a step-by-step instruction on how to use any of the Retail APIs from Microsoft Power Automate (Flow).

But before we can really get things rolling, we first need to apply some additional D365 setup and we need to choose the right security pattern. So that’s where I’ll start this blog post.

Note: to effectively consume the content of this blog post, please ensure to familiarise with the content of Part I and Part II.

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