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Web Service Access Keys (Basic Auth) will stop working with the Spring update

Web Service Access Keys (Basic Auth) for Business Central Online will be REMOVED with Business Central 2022 release wave 1 (V.20)

We are posting this out to as many places as possible to make sure people are aware.  With the Major Spring update that will be available on April 1st, Web Service Keys will stop working.  If you have any Integrations with Web Services, Reporting, etc, that use Web Service keys as a password, they will stop working after you upgrade unless you take action.  Please see the following articles.

Deprecated Features List
Deprecated features in client, server, database – Business Central | Microsoft Docs

How to use OAuth to access Web Services instead 
Using OAuth to Authenticate Business Central Web Services (OData and SOAP) – Business Central | Microsoft Docs

Feature list for Business Central Spring 2022 Wave 1 update
Overview of Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 release wave 1 – Dynamics 365 Release Plan | Microsoft Docs

If you’re unsure if you’re using Web Service keys, see the following Tweet from one of our Security PM’s on how to check:
(1) Kennie Nybo Pontoppidan on Twitter: “Here is a very easy way to check if and where your #msdyn365bc customers use web service key authentication: (The feature is not supported in the 2022 release wave 2 online version) /1” / Twitter

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