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Please advise which table should I set up to allow my user to read the images when they import into the Navision?
I’d probably use the permissions recorder to figure that out: archerpoint.com/.../
Hi, please try to add 2000000183 Tenant Media Set in your Permission Set.
Hope this will help.
Hi Zhu, I have 2000000184 Tenant Media in the permission data sets, but may I know which role ID is it residing in?
Adding to Josh's reply... What are you doing to receive this error message. This is the first time I have ever seen this one. Adding the Permission to the Table 2000000183 Tenant Media Set in the Users Permissions will remove the permission error. There is not specific Role that I know of but its more what they are doing to cause the error message.
Understand from my user, she just uploaded an image and the error came out.
Nothing else. From the error, it also seems like Navision doesn't allow her to view the image she just uploaded.
Did she upload the image into an Item Card. This is not so much a Role but you need to look at the user directly for the permission she is missing.
Hi, Maybe there is a Role you need below.
Okay, Steve noted.
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