Complete content of the release can be found here and below are the highlights you can’t miss
This release includes two new Docker images: Business Central and Business Central Showcase.
Support ISO8601 expressions for user task notifications has been added in this release.
The following enhancements were added to Business Central to provide additional options for managing access to spaces and projects.
With the introduction of this new feature, it is now possible to manage spaces and projects permissions directly in their respective screens, using the Contributors tab. When contributors are added to a space, they are able to open it and see its projects and other information available. Based on their contributor role, they also have the following permissions granted:
Owner: Update contributors, delete spaces, create and delete projects
Admin: Update contributors (except owners) and create projects
Contributor: Create projects
When a project is created inside a space, its contributors are copied from the space and the project creator becomes the owner of the new project. It is also possible to add new contributors to the project if they are also contributors to the project’s space. Contributors can view the project, and depending on their role, they may also have the following permissions:
Owner: View, update, build, deploy, and delete projects
Admin: View, update, build and deploy projects
Contributor: View, update and build projects
The security check uses both the Security Management user interface and Contributors tab to assign permissions to spaces and projects. For example, users can delete a space if they are assigned to a role with the required permissions or is a owner of that space.
In addition to the new collaboration features, you can customize contributor role permissions for each branch of a project.
Select which permissions each contributor role has for the selected branch.
When importing projects from a repository, you can select only the branches that you want to persist in Business Central.
In Business Central, click Menu → Design → Projects.
Select or create the space into which you want to import the project. The default space is MySpace.
Click the three dots on the right side of the screen and select Import Project.
In the Import Project window, enter the URL and credentials for the Git repository that contains the project that you want to import and click Import.
After clicking on Import, all projects found in that repository will be listed:
On the right side of each project name, click on the branch icon. Select the branches that you want to import.
Only the selected branches are persisted.
The DMN designer contains a new Included Models tab that you can use to include externally defined DMN models in the specified DMN file. When you add an included model in a DMN file, you can reuse components of the included model in that DMN file. This enhancement helps you more efficiently integrate DMN logic between different DMN models in your project.