Using TPF to Protect Sensitive Data in Grid Columns for D365FO

I’ve covered the topic of the Table Permission Framework previously but wanted to give an example of how it can be used for protecting columns within grids in D365FO.

Scenario

There is a form within D365FO that contains a grid that has a sensitive data within a particular column that you would like to hide from certain users and only allow users explicitly assigned access to see/interact with…

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Using TPF to Protect Sensitive Data in Grid Columns for D365FO – Alex Meyer

I’ve covered the topic of the Table Permission Framework previously but wanted to give an example of how it can be used for protecting columns within grids in D365FO. Scenario There is a form within D365FO that contains a grid that has a sensitive data within a particular column that you would like to hide from certain users and only allow users explicitly assigned access to see/interact with it.

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