To find out which server and endpoint a MS Dynamics CRM 2013 service is using, we normally read and examine the WSDL for that service. This can however take some time for a large object.
Now we are trying to read the STSEndpoint and URNAddress from a new field called "STSEndPoint/URNAddress" on the Connection. If it finds them, it will use them - otherwise it will get them from WSDL and then Log a message asking the user to Add them into the STSEndpoint/URNAddress (ServerName) field on the Connection.
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