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When we extend a standard Data Entity, how will the security privilege objects be managed?
Or do we have to create them?
Please refer this Docs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/dev-itpro/data-entities/security-data-entities
The data entity should already be assigned to a privilege or privileges. Thus no action is needed.
In the rare case that they do not exist, you can simply create a new one.
like any other object it does goes through security and should define security on your data entities (assuming you are referring custom ones)
This way you data is provided with controlled access
Because you are extending standard entity , you don't have to do anything as data entity is already assigned to a privilege . If you are creating custom entity , wizard creates privilege for you.
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