Dynamics 365 Business Central: checking user permissions on specific objects

With the refactoring done in Dynamics 365 Business Central for better supporting the SaaS environment, is not quite easy to check if a user has a specific permission on a specific object.

Permission Range table is now a system table that cannot be used on a SaaS environment, License Permission table does not give you specific user permissions and using the ReadPermission and WritePermission…

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Dynamics 365 Business Central: checking user permissions on specific objects

With the refactoring done in Dynamics 365 Business Central for better supporting the SaaS environment, is not quite easy to check if a user has a specific permission on a specific object. Permission Range table is now a system table that cannot be used on a SaaS environment, License Permission table does not give you…

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Author: Stefano Demiliani

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