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Question :-

You want to use Workflow to initiate a bidirectional integration of Account data between Microsoft CRM and another application. You are using Workflow rather than a post-callout because the Customer wants to be able to modify the criteria for the integration using workflow. Users do not have permissions to delete accounts. Which of the following approaches can be expected to best achieve this result?
1. Create a workflow on the Create event. 2. Create a workflow on the Status Change event when the Account is de-activated. 3. Use the Post-Url action in both workflows to send data to the other application. 4. Configure the other application to return updated information to Microsoft CRM using the CRMAccount.Update()method. 5. Configre the other application to call the CRMAccount.Deactivate()method if the account is deleted.
1. Create a workflow on the Create, Update and Delete events. 2. Use the Post-Url action from these events to send data to the other application. 3. Configure the other application to return updated information to Microsoft CRM using the CRMAccount. Update() method 4. Configure the other application to call the CRMAccount.Delete() method if the account is deleted.
1. Create a workflow on the Create and State Changed event 2. Create a manual workflow 3. Use the Post-Url action for these workflows to send data to the other application 4. Configure a post-callout to call the manual event when the Account is updated. 5 Configure the other application to return updated information to Microsoft CRM using the CRMAccount.Update() or CRMAccount.Deactivate() method.
1. Create a workflow on the create, update, and deactivate event 2. Use the Post-Url action to send and receive data to the other application 3. Configure the other application return updated information to Microsoft CRM using the CRMAccount.Update()method.

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