In the previous blog posts I’ve described the usage scenarios around OAuth client credentials flow for Business Central and how to set it up. The next step is to test the APIs and with OAuth authentication to see if it works properly. In this post, I want to focus on the REST Client extension for VS Code and PowerShell. In the next posts, I will also cover Postman, Insomnia and C#.
In the previous blog post, I’ve described the usage scenarios around OAuth client credentials flow for Business Central. In this post, I want to show how to set up this new feature. The next blog post will contain code examples of how to use it.
Please note that the steps explained below already work in the current version, but you need to wait for version 18.3 to be able to actually call the APIs.
The official documentation can be found here, which includes similar information. I’ll just try to clarify some of the steps and provide some screenshots.
Business Central 18.3 is just around the corner, and it comes with a long-awaited feature: support for OAuth client credentials flow, aka service-to-service authentication.
Many API integrations with Business Central SaaS are using the web service access key for basic authentication. But the 2022 release wave 1 (version 20) will remove this feature in favor of OAuth2. Since 2020 release wave 2 (version 17) a warning is displayed on the User card that the web service access key will be deprecated. This is only for SaaS and NOT for on-premise! For on-prem environments, the web service access key will still be an option.
Today I would like to discuss how to use Dynamics 365 Translation Service to translate your solutions.
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Translation Service (DTS) is hosted in Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS). It’s designed to enhance the experience for partners and independent software vendors (ISVs) when they translate their solutions or add a new language for supported Dynamics products.
One of the many new features in Business Central 2020 release wave 2, aka v17, is service-to-service authentication for automation APIs. What does that mean, how does it help us, and how does it work?
Today we set up Common Data Service connection for our Business Central environment.
I really appreciate Renato Fajdiga for his blog about this topic but I think I could add more details to that. Also I’m planning additional articles about CDS integration and you’ll need initial setup to start with.
A free Service Tier Administration Tool. All functionalities are working on LOCAL and REMOTE machines when you have the administration rights to that machine. Installing, Uninstalling, Start, Stop, Restart and dynamic change of settings like Portsharing, Account, start mode and settings in the CustomSettings.config of the Service Tier.
Bron : Simova GmbH (clienau)