Service-to-service authentication for Automation APIs
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Service-to-service authentication will be supported for Automation APIs in Business Central.
For supporting Automation scenarios in Business Central, an application permission scope is added, called Automation.ReadWrite.All.
This will allow service-to-service authentication, having external services connect as an application without impersonating normal users. Using OAuth Client Credentials flow, an app token with Automation.ReadWrite.All scope can then be used to access Business Central.
Apps need to be registered in Business Central and the OAuth consent flow has to be completed before Business Central can be accessed.
Using Service-to-Service Authentication with Automation APIs (docs)