SSIS Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a cost-effective, easy-to-use and high-performance data integration solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365/AX/CRM/NAV, utilizing Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) capabilities. Use the following links to download the installation packages. Please make sure to choose the right bit that works for your system. 

Please note as of v8.0 this toolkit includes components for CRM, AX and NAV, prior to this release these components were only available on their own, please be sure to uninstall all previous versions of these toolkits before upgrading to the latest version.

SSDT 2017: If you are using the new SSDT 2017, please be sure to change the TargetServerVersion to SQL Server 2016. Full support for 2017 will be available in the next release.

Current version: v8.1, release date: March 15, 2017.
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Having Trouble? In some very rare situation, you may find that you have installed our software correctly (including restarting your Visual Studio instance) and the CRM Connection Manager is just not showing up. If that's the case, please consider applying our Manual Install Package to your installation.

Screencasts

To help you get started with the toolkit, we have recorded the following screencasts which walk you through the development process of using SSIS Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Sample Packages

The following are sample SSIS packages we have created to help get you started on some common integration or migration scenarios.

Software Prerequisites

To use SSIS Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics 365, you need to have the following software installed in your system. 

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, or 2005
    • (Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM Online requires SQL Server 2012 or above)

For further details about the software prerequisites, please visit Help Manual page.

Free Developer License

The download software will operate under the free developer license after installation by default. Under the developer license, you can use the software within development environment (Visual Studio, or BIDS - Business Intelligence Development Studio) for free for as long as you want (Of course, your use of the software is governed by the terms of its accompanying license agreement).

The only limitation with the free developer license is, you cannot run the software outside of the development environment (Visual Studio or BIDS). If you would like to run the software outside the development environment (BIDS or Visual Studio), such as running SSIS packages on a scheduled basis or from a command line, you will need to acquire a license from us.

Having trouble with the installation package?

Should you run into any particular issues downloading or running the above installation packages, please feel free to contact us with a brief description of the problems that you have experienced, we will be happy to assist you.