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I understand that Limited users can only have write access to 3 tables as per mentioned here.
Write access to a maximum of three application tables in the object range 0 – 99,999,999 other than the General Ledger Entry table, through any client accessing the application. Access to the General Ledger Entry Table requires a Full User license.
I would like to ask, how do I assign the which write access to the limited user?
You can do this via permission sets to disallow access to other tables.
Can you please be more specific? What exactly do you need and what's causing you an issue?
Marco already answered my question. May I ask what details you need?
Since Limited User only has access to READ, I asked how do I assign write access to the limited user?
You both got it wrong. Limited User has Write access, but only for a certain subset of tables. For tables not included in that subset, the following applies: during one NAV/BC session, Limited User can insert/modify only 3 of those non-included tables. If he/she would try the same on the 4th table, the error would get thrown.
For example, tables Payment Terms, Currency, Country/Region and Item are one of those not included tables. Limited User could modify the first 3, but when trying to modify some Item record (during the same NAV/BC session), it would fail.
Also, bear in mind that table G/L Entry is explicitly prohibited to Limited Users, which in combination with this limit of 3 tables makes them unable to post anything.
All of this CAN NOT be changed by setting any kind of permissions/permission sets, otherwise it loses its purpose.
Oh, then how do you change the subtset of tables to what you want?
That's what I'm saying - you can't. That's the whole point of having Limited Users - they're limited.
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