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I would like to find out what can I do to adhere to GDPR ruling?
For example, I would like to have some of the customers' details to be seen by other staffs.
I understand that there is such a thing as Roles and Responsibilites in Navision.
However, in my country, if we have no reason of use, we shouldn't be looking at customer contacts at all.
In my previous company, we use Jemisys ERP system, which allows us to put X to contacts and addresses. For example, my contact number will be place as XXXXXX74 in the ERP system.
May I ask if Navision can work the same?
Thank you in advance.
Hello, for GDPR compliance, I hope this will help:
Get GDPR compliant with Dynamics NAV - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog
It also sounds like you want some level of field-level security. For this, you would probably design different pages for different users, each page displyaing only the allowed fields. Or you can use "Visible"-property to make a field dynamically visible or not, for example based on a user setup table. So in the example you mention here, instead of replacing a number with XXXX... then you would just make sure the field is not shown for that user.
I hope this helps.
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