An update to the Dynamics 365 Business Central connector for Microsoft Flow, Logic Apps and PowerApps will be released in the coming week. The existing triggers and actions were modified to improve the overall performance in the connector as well as adding support for multiple environments, including multiple sandbox and multiple production environments.
For more information about multiple environments, see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365-release-plan/2019wave2/dynamics365-business-central/multiple-production-environments.
Your existing Flows and Logic Apps will continue to work until December 31, 2019. However, any existing PowerApps that have been built using the Business Central connector, will need immediate attention.
Note: This change does not apply to the default Business Central Flow templates unless you have added additional Business Central related actions to the default Flow template.
Update any existing Microsoft Flows, Logic Apps, or PowerApps that were created using the Business Central connector.
Before editing any existing Flows, Logic Apps or PowerApps, verify you have the latest version of the connector and Business Central.
The Business Central connector does not display a version number. To verify you have the latest version of the connector, navigate to My Flows, edit an existing Flow that uses the Business Central connector, add a Business Central action to your Flow. The new action should have a reference to Record in the name instead of Item.The newest connector will also include a new Environment parameter. See examples below.
Your tenant version can be found by navigating to Help and Support within Business Central. You will find your version in the Troubleshooting section. The version below is the minimum version that will support the updated connector.
Version: Platform 14.0.34821.0 + Application 34444 (US Business Central 14.3)
In order for the Flow to take advantage of the updated connector, you must create a new Flow. The following steps provide an example how to create the new Flow from an existing Flow.
For the PowerApp to take advantage of the updated connector, you must update your existing PowerApps that use the updated Business Central connector. The following steps provide an example how to update a PowerApp.
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