Install Sana Commerce on NAV Environment

Open 'Install Sana Commerce on NAV Environment' wizard, choose you NAV version and service to see more information.

Configure Sana Web User

To keep the production server secure two Windows user should be created. This is necessary to limit the rights of the users and thus to enhance the production server security.

Sana Commerce Web application user

This domain user account is used to establish the connection between Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Sana Commerce and allow access to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV business logic.

From now on, in this installation guide, as an example we will use 'SC_Webuser' name for this user.

Allow SC_Webuser access to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV database:

Step 1: Open the 'Administration' department and then click on: IT Administration -> General -> Lists -> Users.

Step 2: Create 'SC_Webuser' user.

Step 3: Configure the appropriate authentication for the SC_Webuser. The authentication type for the SC_Webuser should be the same as the credential authorization mechanism that is configured for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

For more information about Microsoft Dynamics NAV users and credential types, see 'Users and Credential Types' and 'How to: Create Microsoft Dynamics NAV Users' in the MSDN Library.

Step 4: Under the 'User Permission Sets' FastTab, define permission sets for SC_Webuser. The 'Permission Set' dropdown contains roles each having a collection of permissions for the specific objects in the database.

If you do not have an appropriate role for SC_Webuser, with a correct set of permissions, then you can create one yourself and then assign it to SC_Webuser. To create a role with a set of permissions go to: Administration -> IT Administration -> General -> Lists -> Permission Sets. For example you can create a permission set 'SC-USER' and define a set of permissions as shown on the screenshot below:

SC_USER Permissions