I have a model app that contains a form linked to a CDS data entity. The CDS data entity is connected to a D365 F&O instance via the dual write functionality. When I try to edit and save data in the form, I receive the error message "User xxx is not assigned the Dual write sync process security role. Only the dual write application user may be assigned this role, and only that application user may write data to this entity.
I tried assigning the role Dual Write Sync Process role to myself in the CDS environment under the security settings in the Power Platform Admin Center. I received this error message: "The dual write sync process role may only be assigned to the dual write application user from Finance and Operations".
Any suggestions on how to make this work?
Have you created an application user in CDS? If not, you need to create a new user with Application ID "00000015-0000-0000-c000-000000000000" which represents F&O application.
Also, give the user Admin credentials. You can follow the attached document.
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In checking the CDS environment, I see an application user has been created with the Application ID "00000015-0000-0000-c000-000000000000". The application user has System Admin rights set.
The application user appears to already have the dual write sync process role assigned to it. Unsure what you mean by "login with the application user". My understanding is that the application user created in the CDS environment is what allows F&O (The application) to connect to CDS.
The documentation provided appears to describe configuration of a dual write connection between D365 F&O to D365 Sales. Maybe an individual user cannot use dual write functionality?
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