How to Register Service Endpoint in the Dataverse Plugin Registration Tool?

Follow the below steps to Register the Service Endpoint in the Dataverse Plugin Registration Tool.


  1. Click on this link to create Dynamics 365 30 days Trial version.
  2. Click on this link to download the latest Plugin Registration Tool.
  3. Click on this link and Create Azure Service Bus and the Queue.

Step 1: Open the Plugin Registration Tool.


Step 3: Provide the Login user Credentials.

Plugin Registration Tool is connected and retrieving the Messages from the required Environment.

Plugin Registration Tool loaded the required Environment’s Registered Plugins & Customer Workflow Activities.

Step 4: Click on the Register and Click on Register New Service Endpoint.

Step 5: Select the option Let’s Start with the connection string from the Azure Service Bus Portal…

Step 6: Copy and Paste the Primary Connection String of the Azure Service Bus Queue, that you have created and Click on Next.

Note: Follow the Step in the Article

Step 7: Service Endpoint Registration screen values will be prepopulated.

Just Change the Message Format value to JSON and Click on Save.

Service Endpoint is created successfully in Plugin Registration Tool with Azure Service Bus Name and Queue Name.

Step 8: Right click on the Service Endpoint and Click on Register New Step.

Step 9: Provide the Message value as Create, Primary Entity value as contact and Execution Mode value as Asynchronous.

Click on Register New Step.

Create of contact Step has been registered successfully under the ServiceEndpoint.

Step 10: Open any Dynamics 365 CE Model Driven App and Create a Contact record.

Once the contact record is created, Azure Service Bus Queue will get the contact record values in JSON Format.

Step 11: Click on the Settings and Click on Advanced Settings.

Step 12: Click on System Jobs under Settings.

You can see the System Event with our Service End Point name.

Note: This System Job will be deleted automatically once it is completed successfully.

Step 13: Open the Service Bus Queue and Click on Service Bus Explorer.

Step 14: Click on Peek from start under Peek Mode.

You can see the contact record created in this Queue.

Step 15: Select the Queue record to see the Message Body and Message Properties.

You can see the Contact Full Name and other values that you have provided while creating the Contact record.

Hope you have successfully Registered the Service End Point and viewed the Dataverse Contact record data in Azure Service Bus Queue.

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