Working with the Dynamics 365 Business Central API in Microsoft Graph


APIs under the /beta version in Microsoft Graph are subject to change. Use of these APIs in production applications is not supported. To determine whether an API is available in v1.0, use the Version selector.

You can use Microsoft Graph to connect and integrate your web service or SaaS solution with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. With Microsoft Graph, you can build apps that get authorized access to and integrate seamlessly with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central data.


Use the Azure AD v2.0 endpoint to authenticate Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs. All APIs require the Authorization: Bearer {access-token} request header. For more information about authorization, see Get access tokens to call Microsoft Graph.

Common Dynamics 365 Business Central scenarios

The Dynamics 365 Business Central API allows you to read and modify business data through apps that are connected and integrated through a single endpoint. Use the API to, for example, get access to customer and vendor information, or view overdue payments.


To enable the Dynamics 365 Business Central API, you must ensure that the Environment Name in the Business Central Admin Center is Production.

Business Central Admin Center setup

What's new

Find out about the latest new features and updates for this API set.

Next steps

The Dynamics 365 Business Central API can open up new ways for you to engage with users. To learn more, see the following: