This post is part of the Hands On with Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2019 Release New Features – Workflow Enhancements series where I am going hands on with the workflow enhancements of the new version of Microsoft Dynamics GP; it is part of the larger Hands On with Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2019 Release New Features series.
The second workflow enhancement is the addition of a user security workflow type. With this workflow, any change to a user’s security needs to be approved before it becomes active. There is an audit of the changes held, so that the users current security access is not impacted by the changes, until after they are approved. The workflow is created and maintained in the same way as any other workflow:
I did some testing and this workflow worked well. I was able to update the roles for a user and not have them take effect until approved. The fact the user workflow doesn’t work is, I believe, irrelevant as tghis is the workflow which will control what the user can do in Dynamics GP.