The endpoint page shows the external Cenium Core endpoints that you can synchronize and import financial data from.
Configure one or many Cenium Core endpoints that you want to connect to. The architecture of your Cenium Core installation rules this setup.
One to one: You have one Business Central company connecting to a single Cenium Core endpoint. This is the most common structure and can support multiple Cenium Core properties feeding into a single Business Central company using dimensions to separate the financial data.
One to many: You have one Business Central company connecting to multiple Cenium Core endpoints. An example could be, you wanting to have the Cenium Core production system on premise, or clustered by state, but a single Business Central company using dimensions to separate the financial data.
|Code||Enter short code to name the endpoint.|
|Description||Enter a description for the endpoint.|
|Store Get Ext. Cust. Req.||Select to store in the database, xml request documents that are used when creating customer and contact records.|
|Store Get Ext. Cust. Res.||Select to store in the database, xml response documents generated when creating customer and contacts records.|
Only store xml documents in the database for testing or debugging purpose. Remember to purge the storage tables regularly.
Use this tab to enter the connection paths and authentication details.
|Cenium (URL)||Enter the url to connect to the endpoint. Use HTTPS for secure connections.|
|Timeout (ms)||Determine wait time for Cenium to respond.|
|Domain name||Enter the domain of the service user.|
|Service user||Enter the id of an user that has permissions in Cenium.|
|Password||Enter the password.|
Once you finish the Authentication tab, try to connect to the endpoint by pressing Navigate > Cenium Properties. A list of properties in the Cenium Core endpoint should be returned.
Configure Currency synchronization
Configure Item synchronization
Configure Customer/Contact synchronization