Since the C/Side development environment is deprecated in Dynamics 365 Business Central Release Wave 2, there are no possible way to run objects any more.
Therefore, I decided to find an alternative way.
Source : Aphorisms about Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Let’s confess before I start: getting standard tests to run against your code is by no means rocket science. However, I dare say many peers out there haven’t even touched the Test Toolkit, seemingly looking at it as an unbearable threshold. Too much work. Of no relevance to their code. Unknown = unloved (as my mother used to say).
Bron : Van Vugt’s dynamiXs
Some time ago, Mark blogged an interesting article about running objects from extensions. You can read it here: https://markbrummel.blog/2017/05/20/tip-58-run-extension-objects/
It made me wonder .. how would I solve this? And one of the problems of asking myself these kind of questions is .. the answer is always the same :-/:
Bron : Waldo’s Blog
One of the things I spend a lot of time on during my workshop is design for performance and using temporary tables. There are so many great things you can do here.
Let’s look at this code:
Bron : Mark Brummel
In Back Old Days we used to Run a Batch File From Navision Using Shell Command. The Shell Command is now discontinued with Release of Role Tailored Client.
Today we will discuss the possibility of same using Dotnet Command.
Bron : Saurav Dhyani
One of the things we developers and consultants miss the most from the “Classic Times” is the ability to run a table to edit the data. Sure we can run a table from the Developement Environment but we are not always working with direct access to the SQL database.
Bron : Gunnar’s Blog
For consultants who are not a developers, it is frustrating not to be able to “Run Tables” as we used to do from the Dynamics NAV Classic Client Object Designer. We frequently need to Run Tables for diagnostic and analysis purposes. There is a very simple solution.
Bron : ArcherPoint