See below for video and instructions. Both the users belong to the same business unit and their roles provide business unit level write access on the case entity.
Assigned the role to the user with whom we are going to test.
Dynamics 365 business process flow security role. Click on the Business Process Flows tab. You can find ready-to-use business processes on Microsoft AppSource. Each business process flow definition that is represented as a custom entity comes with its own set of privileges that can be edited within a security role just like any other system or custom entity.
In the site map select Sales Settings. This is particularly important if you wish to give a user or end user the ability to design and use their own Business Process Flow. Also if trying to edit an existing BPF the Update and Deactivate options are unavailable.
Assume that our organization needs to implement another business process flow for the sales process. I just read a document from Microsoft called Process Enablement with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 by Hayley Bass Roger Gilchrist and apparently it states. From this screen we can see which business process flows are available to users in this security role.
By default only the System Administrator and System Customizer security roles can access a new business process flow. See Step 14 earlier in the topic for more details. To specify privileges on a business process flow open the business process flow for edit and then select Edit Security Roles on the command bar of the business process flow designer.
In Dynamics CRM 2016 this is how it looked like. Most commonly Ive heard that changing business software can appear risky daunting and expensive but the customers that have successfully migrated to Dynamics 365 will tell. The Dynamics 365 Business Process Flow designer helps users to define and manage their business processes easily.
By default only the System Administrator and System Customizer security roles can view a new business process flow. Having spoken to over 300 Microsoft Dynamics 365 on-premises customers I have a lot of empathy for companies that are faced with the decision to migrate to the cloud. Before we start a discussion about the steps required to create a Business Process Flow in Dynamics 365 it is important to understand the prerequisite security privileges which a user needs before being able to create and edit Business Process Flows.
Make sure you have the System Administrator or System Customizer security role or equivalent permissions. The business process flow have three stages as shown in the below screenshot Discover – Active – Historical For testing I created a security role Test role. Ability to define and release process flows to certain business roles as defined by the administrator.
Instead of showing the ModalDialog box which allows us to select the security roles for the Business Process Flow the clicking of Enable Security Role button of the Lead to Opportunity Sales Process now opens a new window which shows a list of security roles. To control Security for your non-activity Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Process Flows go to Settings Security Security Roles. To specify privileges on a business process flow open the business process flow definition for editing and then select Edit Security Roles in the command bar of the business process flow designer.
Process A has been targeted for Security Role A and Process B has been targeted for security role B. Open the role and now theres a tab for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Process Flows which is where you can enable and disable the readwritedelete functions. In my example I want to enable Opportunity Sales Test Process for users with the Salesperson role.
You can then disable the business process flow from whichever security role s you wish. In Dynamics 365 the same Business Process Flow looks like this. On the Business Process Flows page select Create New.
I have provided the access to the Business process flow table in the security role. In Dynamics 365 and Dynamics CRM 2016 we can enable and configure security roles for Business Process Flows. Under Customization select Business Process Flows.
You will need to know the role s for any users you wish to hide the flow from and the name of the flow itself. But you can hide a business process flow completely in Dynamics 365 by modifying your security roles. Then select the Security Role to work with.
Ready-to-use business processes available through the Add Ready-to-Use Business Processes setting has been deprecated and will be removed in a future major release of Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement on-premises. You can specify the privileges in the Business Process Flows tab for a security role. In CRM the lead entity has a default business process flow to manage the lead to opportunity sales process.
User A went ahead and created a case record with Business Process A in place. Activate Business Process Flows A security role can allow access for a user to create a Business Process Flow but without the Activate privilege the Activate option is missing.