Integrate Business Central and Microsoft Dataverse with fewer synchronization conflicts
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|Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|Users, automatically||Aug 3, 2020||Oct 1, 2020|
The data exchanged between Business Central and Microsoft Dataverse is easy to update, and can be enriched by other Power Apps or Power Apps connectors. Occasionally, that can lead to conflicts in the data, and resolving conflicts requires user attention. This feature decreases the number of conflicts that can occur in integrations between Business Central and Microsoft Dataverse, making users more productive.
The process of synchronizing data between Business Central and Microsoft Dataverse is better at recognizing conflicts caused by changes to data in either Business Central or Microsoft Dataverse. It now enforces business rules set for unidirectional field mappings, and detects changes only in fields with bidirectional field mappings. Synchronization generates fewer conflicts, enabling users to focus on their jobs rather than resolving conflicts.
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