Blog Series Part 11: How to generating permission set for Extension in MSDYN365BC

I am sure you would have created the functionality mentioned in my previous blogs. If you still have not, refer to Customer Requirement for AL Development where I have explained in details about Developing Extension in AL.

In this blog we will discuss about generating persmession set , which is simple and can be done in 2 steps by automated process for any Extension.

Source : Divyesh Chitte
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EXM – Business Central Extension Manager

Since BC was release some time ago, we changed our way to work a lot. GIT, extensions, files, enums, interfaces… and more to come.

I miss some way to easy know what objects we used when developing extensions and not worry about if the object ID has been used. Some partners use EXCELS, internal apps or other methods so I decided (long ago) to create one. These last days at closed home (thanks to COVID-19) I’ve given a push to these project that I want to share with everyone.

Source : picazin things on NAV & Dynamics Business Central
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How to avoid a dependency

With the release of Business Central, Microsoft introduced the concept of Extensions. An Extension is a secluded function to the standard functions of Business Central. It’s a great concept – but it comes with an annoying flaw. Read in this article how you can avoid to add a dependency to your Extension.

Source : Hannes Holst
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Creating a Webservice for Extension in MSDYN365BC.

Once we have created our Extension, we might need to auto Publish the web service when we install the Extension in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central.

If you want to Learn to create Extension in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central you can refer to Customer Requirement for AL Development.

Source : Divyesh Chitte
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Organizing Code for a Seamless Transition from C/AL to Extensions in AL: Part 2

This is the second part of the blog post “Organizing Code for a Seamless Transition from C/AL to Extensions in AL”, where we walk you through some of the steps you can take to organize the code in the existing C/AL coding language before the transition.

Source : 1ClickFactory Blog
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