Introduction:
Issues when you deploy your app in Business Central Production VS Business Central Sandbox. Let us what are the implications of the statement.
In my last blog () I have already pointed out the difference in Profile as to how can create new Profile in Business Central Sandbox but the same is not possible in Business Central Production.

Pre-requisite:
Microsoft Dynamics Business Central (SaaS)

Demonstration:
1. I was working with General Journals after deploying the App in Production Environment.
Suddenly during posting I go this error.


2. To Verify this issue is not of Permission Set, I gave the User SUPER Permission and tried again.

I got the same error despite giving SUPER Permission. Again the same the error, so I checked the Effective Permissions.


I noticed that Table G/L Entry has an Indirect Permission.
I replicated the same Production in Sandbox. But I didn’t find any issue like this.


3. Moreover, I noticed that when I uninstall the App, the Production works perfectly and I cannot replicate the same in Sandbox hence no debugging.

4. I also noticed that there is something called as Entitlement which are more superior than Permission Sets.


5. There was also an ambiguity sometimes in Permission Sets after I remove the App from Production sometimes I could Effective Permissions for  G/L Entry as Indirect and sometimes I could see then as Yes(Enabled).

I  didn’t have any Option other than harassing Microsoft Support for this as my client was going live in next 20 hrs.

6. Microsoft’s Solution: Microsoft found that there should be Permission for the extension to Insert into G/L Entry.

With the help of Aananth Rajadevan(https://www.linkedin.com/in/aananth-rajadevan-a342265a/) from Microsoft Support, we collaborately figured out that since it is an Indirect Permission, we need to put the Permissions in the Object itself.

7. Finally adding Permission in the Objects as per the screenshot, this resolved the issue.



Output:


Conclusion:
From this I can conclude that there is a lot of difference between Sandbox and Production tenant. There are two ways of dealing with this.
1. Production and Sandbox Tenants need to be complete in Sync in terms of the Opertability.
2. Enable Debugging on Production so atleast the Partner can figure it out on their own.
Additionally(I say this from a Developers/ Consultants view here), give access to Global Administrators to Business Central Production / Sandbox through PowerShell so they don’t have to harass Microsoft Support everytime there is any issue.