End of Life for TIBCO Scribe Insight, Avalara Transport and Web Services in D365 Business Central

By Stephen Burns | March 16, 2022

Several Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have announced critical retirement or deprecation to specific products or features in the last several months.  

Because we are dedicated to helping you optimize your solutions, we want to be proactive about assisting you if these end-of-life announcements affect your business operations.  

The following solutions are sunsetting in 2022. If you use any of these products or features contact us here to discuss your options to mitigate risk.  

If you are a Stoneridge client, please start a support ticket and speak to your account manager.

TIBCO Scribe Insight

TIBCO sent out a notification in June 2021 to clients that said Scribe Insight would be retired as off Nov. 30, 2022. This will affect any customers who rely on Scribe Insight to perform integration processes.

Although Scribe Insight will remain operable, TIBCO will no longer be providing any enhancements or ongoing support. This means you can continue using it but run the risk of having no support in fixing issues should they arise.

Visit TIBCO’s website for more details.

Avalara Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 & 1.1

Avalara is discontinuing support for TLS versions 1.0 & 1.1 IN on-premise production environments for REST V1 and SOAP based integrations on Dec. 31, 2022. This includes any on-premise integrations using Avalara with Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, or Dynamics AX.

Avalara sent out their discontinuation notice in February. You can view it here if you want more details. (Note: The March 31, 2022 date listed in the link is their general disclaimer date for other integrations, the affected integrations in GP, NAV, or AX will sunset on Dec. 31, 2022.

Web Services Deprecation – Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft has announced that your capability to access web services in D365 Business Central Online using Web Service Access Key (Basic Auth) will be deprecated in the 2022 release wave 1 (version 20.0) of Business Central Online. This will be in favor of OAuth2 authentication.

Please note for on-premise versions of Business Central, Web Service Access Key will remain an option, meaning this deprecation has no affect on how BC connects to external services. Additionally, any type of Web Service Access Key will break when you upgrade to OAuth2, so it is important to be proactive in mitigating risk.

Click here for more details.

Contact Stoneridge for Assistance

These organizations should have reached out to you by now to notify you of these changes. But you might still have questions or need help navigating what this means for you and your business solutions.

If you use any of these products or features contact us here to discuss your options to mitigate risk.  

If you are a Stoneridge client, please start a support ticket and speak to your account manager.

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