BC19 Download Symbols Error

Dynamics2018Dynamics2018 Member Posts: 24
Hello Everyone,

I am getting below error when trying to download symbols:

My user has already below permission without Company Name:

I have already uploaded latest BC19 License.

2022-03-21 21:28:55.84] Targeting server 'http://localhost', server instance 'BC190' and tenant 'default'.
2022-03-21 21:28:55.84] Using Windows authentication.
2022-03-21 21:28:55.84] Sending request to http://localhost:7049/BC190/dev/metadata?tenant=default
2022-03-21 21:28:57.84] Sending request to http://localhost:7049/BC190/dev/packages?publisher=Microsoft&appName=Application&versionText=
2022-03-21 21:28:57.84] Sending request to http://localhost:7049/BC190/dev/packages?publisher=Microsoft&appName=System&versionText=
2022-03-21 21:28:57.92] The request for path /BC190/dev/packages?publisher=Microsoft&appName=Application&versionText=
enant=default failed with code Forbidden. Reason: You do not have the following permissions on TableData Published Application: IndirectRead for [Company Name]

Any help is appreciated.


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    txerifftxeriff Member Posts: 492
    So, I assume you are doing some test setup as both VS Code and NAV are in the same system (localhost).

    I would check if the instance and tenant are right, if you have multiple, perhaps you are pointint to the wrong one.
    check D365 administration tool, compare each value (tenant, instance, check the development ports) with your launch.json setup.
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    Dynamics2018Dynamics2018 Member Posts: 24
    Thank you for reply.

    I have checked Instance, tenant (not using tenant), development ports. All are correct.

    I am using OnPrem BC19.2 (Dynamics.365.BC.33504.US.DVD.zip) version on my Local computer where SQL Server, Web Client and Visual Studio Code are installed.

    my user has TableData Published Application direct read permission, Indirect Insert, Modify Delete. But, Download symbols gives error for Indirect permission.
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    JohnboyJohnboy Member Posts: 3
    edited 2023-02-15
    Hello there,

    I know this thread is fairly old but I have experienced the same issue with the above version. Somehow, the problems lies within the bclicense file itself. I imported the old flf file and the permission error is gone. Newer versions of BC fully support the bclicense file type.
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