Friday, January 19, 2024

Business Events

In this blog of Dynamics Community 101 we will learn about Business Events in D365 FO

A mechanism for detecting and responding to important situations in the business process.

Triggering Mechanism for business events in d365 fo:

The system sends external signals when specific events occur, such as the full invoicing of a sales order or the completion of a batch job.

Applications of business events in d365 fo:

Integrations with other systems via Microsoft Power Automate or custom web services. Example: Sending alerts to users.

Design and Performance of business events in d365 fo:

Business events are designed to be minimally intrusive.(Light weight design)

Minimal Performance Impact: 

Ensures efficient operation without burdening the system.


Facilitates real-time integration scenarios and automates business processes, reducing the need for extensive customization.

Path for business event:

Business event form path

Contract class 1 for business events in d365 fo:


public final class LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBEContract extends BusinessEventsContract


    private str ResponseJSON;

    private str UniqueID;

    private LegalEntityDataAreaId legalEntity;

    public static LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBEContract newFromInventTable(LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall)


        var contract = new LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBEContract();


        return contract;


    [DataMember('UniqueID'), BusinessEventsDataMember("UniqueID")]

    public str parmUniqueID(str _UniqueID = UniqueID)


        UniqueID = _UniqueID;

        return UniqueID;


    [DataMember('ResponseJSON'), BusinessEventsDataMember("ResponseJSON")]

    public str parmResponseJSON(str _ResponseJSON = ResponseJSON)


        ResponseJSON = _ResponseJSON;

        return ResponseJSON;


    [DataMember('LegalEntity'), BusinessEventsDataMember("@SYS315616")]

    public LegalEntityDataAreaId parmLegalEntity(LegalEntityDataAreaId _legalEntity = legalEntity)


        legalEntity = _legalEntity;

        return legalEntity;


    private void initialize(LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall)


        ResponseJSON   = _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall.ResponseJSON;

        UniqueID       = _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall.UniqueID;

        legalEntity    = _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall.DataAreaId;



Business Event Class 2 for business events in d365 fo:



    "LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall data inserted",

    "This business event is triggered when a user inserts data into LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall",


public class LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBusinessEvent extends BusinessEventsBase


    private LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall;


    static public LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBusinessEvent newFromInventTable(LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall)


        LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBusinessEvent businessEvent = new LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBusinessEvent();


        return businessEvent;


    private void new()





        LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall = _LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall;

        return LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall;


    [Wrappable(true), Replaceable(true)]

    public BusinessEventsContract buildContract()


        return LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCallBEContract::newFromInventTable(LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall);



Now call the class in insert of the table as shown below so that the business events in d365 fo will hit the moment data is inserted in this table

public class LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall extends common


    public void insert()





            LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall;

            select * from LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall

                where LSAPIINTSPAPIOrderOrderCall.RecId == this.RecId;





After building and syncing

Now for the last step to be performed for finalizing business events in d365 fo

Go to Business events and Rebuild the business event catalog

business events catalog

Best business events in d365 fo reference: