Update 22.2 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central online 2023 release wave 1
Would you like to know what has changed in update 22.2? Below you'll find an overview and relevant links to what has been done on hotfixes and regulatory features in this update. In addition, we have gathered some good to know information and links, you might find interesting.
- Get unblocked using actionable error messages in select application areas
- Use business events to notify and trigger external systems
- Synchronize returns, refunds from Shopify
- Additional types of document approval templates for Power Automate
- Added new documentation, guidance, tools and samples illustrating a process of creating Power Apps for Business Central
- Connect to Dataverse when Business Central local currency is different from Dataverse base transaction currency
- Use attachments from document lines while sending emails
|Switzerland||Removing DTA payment journal action||New fields are required on the Sales Invoices in France following the decree of the French Tax Authorities: Client's SIREN number, the delivery address of the goods sold if it is different from the customer's address, information if the invoice includes goods, services, or both, and option to pay tax based on debits.|
|Italy||Intrastat||The Intrastat extension makes it easy to export the Intrastat report in the format that the Italian authorities require.|
|Italy||Service declaration||The service declaration extension makes it easy to export the Service Declaration report in the format that the Italian authorities require.|
If you want to get a comprehensive overview of what's new and planned for Business Central online for the entire 2023 release wave 1 (release from April 2023 through September 2023), find the link to the release plan here.
Upgrade to 22.2
Please note that new customers will automatically get the latest builds of Business Central (22.2). If you are an existing partner/customer, you will receive an email notification as soon as your environment has been upgraded.
Good to know
Take action to retain delegated admin access to your customers’ Business Central environments
Last year Microsoft introduced Granular Delegated Admin Privileges (GDAP) to improve upon and replace Delegated Admin Privileges (DAP). GDAP addresses various security concerns by allowing customer administrators to provide partners a proper level of time-bound access to their tenants.
The Partner Center team has now announced the timeline by which you need to migrate your customer relationships to GDAP. Please make sure to read this new Partner Center announcement for more details about milestone dates and the transition plan and about the tools Microsoft provides to facilitate this process.
To manage Dynamics 365 Business Central customers via GDAP we recommend requesting the Dynamics 365 Administrator role as the least-privileged role that grants access to Dynamics 365 Business Central environments. Read more about which other roles are supported for delegated administration of Business Central here.
Upcoming Business Central Office Hours Calls
In June, we will be hosting the following calls, which you can already register for today:
- June 13: Onboarding your customers to Business Central
- June 20: Review of the new E-invoicing design
Register and stay tuned for upcoming calls: aka.ms/BCOfficeHours.
Watch on-demand recordings: aka.ms/BCOfficeHoursRecordings.
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