Auto-resolve Common Data Service conflicts
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|Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|End users, automatically||Aug 2020||Oct 2020|
Data conflicts can easily occur when business applications exchange data on an ongoing basis. For example, someone might delete or change a record in one of the applications, or both. When resolving conflicts manually, users typically follow business rules that determine what to do. Business Central can now apply those rules automatically, allowing users to focus on more important tasks.
Integration table mappings now include rules that control how synchronization jobs synchronize records in Business Central tables with entities in Common Data Service. On the Integration Table Mapping page, in the Resolve Deletion Conflicts and Resolve Update Conflicts columns, you can specify how Business Central will resolve conflicts that occur because records were deleted in tables in one or the other business application, or updated in both.
In the Resolve Deletion Conflicts column you can choose to have Business Central automatically restore deleted records, remove the coupling between the records, or do nothing. If you do nothing, you must manually resolve conflicts.
In the Resolve Update Conflicts column you can choose to have Business Central automatically send a data update to the integration table when sending data to Common Data Service, or to get a data update from the integration table when getting data from Common Data Service, or do nothing. If you do nothing, you must manually resolve conflicts.
After you specify the strategy, on the Coupled Data Synchronization Errors page you can choose the Retry all action to automatically resolve conflicts.
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