Dynamics Business Central / NAV Development Developer Digest - Vol. 429
ArcherPoint’s Developer Digest focuses on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV development. This week’s Developer Digest vol. 429 includes the new Business Central Dataverse sync feature, Saurav Dhyani continues his video series on creating JSON Files for BC, and the new Security Groups in BC22.
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Waldo retweeted a post from Qubix stating that @YannickReekmans will explain the Business Central Dataverse sync feature, the new Business Central Virtual Tables option, at the Days of Knowledge in Düsseldorf.
Read more about the Business Central Dataverse sync feature.
Beginner’s Guide to Creating JSON Files, Part 2
Saurav Dhyani added a new video on how to create a JSON file for downloading data from Business Central. Watch the video to understand the JSON Object Data Type and JSON Array in Business Central.
User groups to fall away in Business Central 22
Heinrich Vermeulen shares this about user groups: “Security groups are new to Business Central in 2023 release wave 1. They’re similar to the user groups that this article mentions. Like user groups, administrators assign permissions to the security group its members need to do their jobs. Security groups will replace user groups in a future release. You can continue using user groups to manage permissions until then. To learn more about security groups, go to Control Access to Business Central Using Security Groups. To start using security groups now, your administrator can turn on Feature: Convert user group permissions on the Feature Management page.”
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