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As per my R& D i came to know that the record level security is no more available in D365 and is replaces by XDS.
i need some training material and information about this.
You can download the white paper here: www.microsoft.com/.../details.aspx
There is some basic information on the internet. docs.microsoft.com/.../developing-extensible-data-security-policies-white-paper (still valid for Microsoft Dynamics 365.)
In addition, I did write some blog posts and shared examples for learning: dynamicspedia.com/.../
A watered down 101 to secure certain records in TableX:
Alternative step 2: You can create a query that will select the records that should be secured (opposed to selecting the records that should still be available). Then set Use Not Exist Join on the security policy to Yes.
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