In this series, Microsoft MVP Saurav Dhyani provides everything you need to know about developing in Business Central. Using VS Code to create an Extension, Saurav provides the modification requirements that include all object types and base object changes.
With the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 in the first week of December 2017, the new and Modern development environment experience becomes more and more used by developers; side by side with the C/SIDE development environment.
Working with a standard CRONUS database is pretty easy, while every developer would like to give it a spin with their own customized database.
Developing extensions in Dynamics NAV, it is possible to add two extensions that are adding the same field numbers to a solution. No warnings are given, and it is not possible to get an overview of which object numbers or field numbers the other extensions are adding. Let’s try an example: Now I publish and install the extension together with a page extension: In the Extension Management, it looks like this: Nothing new about that.