Since October 1st 2022, Web Service Access Key is no longer working and you will need to switch to OAuth. If you are still using Web Service Access Key, the following message is displayed when you login to Business Central.
Even if you already switched to OAuth, you can still get the message. This warning notification will still pop up as long as there is at least one user making a…
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Since October 1st 2022, Web Service Access Key will no longer working. You will need to switch to OAuth. If you are still using Web Service Access Key, the following message is displayed when you login to Business Central. I have developed an app that will do that for you.
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