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I'm trying to use the OData endpoint from my application. I'm using OData because I need access to entities that are not available in CDS at this time. I have trouble with registering the application with Talent and am unable to authenticate my application.
The basics guidance on the topic start here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/talent/data-integration. Here is describe that OData works the same as Finance and Operations, with a link to the documentation for setting up the connection, which can be found here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/dev-itpro/data-entities/odata. This page in turn has a chapter about Authentication pointing to the following page: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/dev-itpro/data-entities/services-home-page.
I've followed the instructions on that page and that works out until I get to the part under "Register your external application in Finance and Operations". Here it says "In Finance and Operations, go to "System administration > Setup > Azure Active Directory applications". The problem is in Talent there is no such menu, or at least I cannot find in. I've tried to figure out how to get there by looking in FinOps, it goes to a page named "SysAADClientTable". If I open that page in Talent I get an Access Denied message.
So my question is how can I register my Azure Application in Talent so that I can authenticate that application against Talent?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Had that same issue. You can import the entry into the table using the "Azure Active Directory Applications" Data entity and the Data management workbench.
@DangerMouse, Can you clarify for me where to find this feature? Is it within the Talent user interface under System Administration?
Yes. In System Administration there is a tile "Data Management" that you can click on.
OK, in the "Data Management" Tile, I've gone to "Import", clicked "+Add File" and found the table "Azure Active Directory Applications" under Entity Name. I assume the file needs to contain Tenant ID, Application ID, Client Secret, etc., but do you know where I can find the proper schema for this file?
Do an export first. Use the output from the export as the base for your file to import. You only need ClientId, Some textual description, and the user in Talent providing the security roles
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