If you’re new to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises, you need to know how to easily customize it. In this blog, you’ll learn how you can work with multiple AL projects in one Visual Studio Code editor in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises.
Nice question in Microsoft Dynamics BC Community about report development in Visual Studio Code: “How to modify an existing report in Business Central?” .Is there any way to development tools will be used by partners to modify standard Reports and build/modify custom Reports in Rdlc or in Word Layout?
Last couple of days, I got a number of questions from people that all came down to the same issue: how to set the correct settings in the launch.json so Visual Studio Code can connect to NAV 2018. In most cases I saw the same mistake being made. A logical mistake, but also one that leaves you probably wondering why it works that way.
As you know my daily work is highly depending on Visual Studio Team Foundation Services, so when last week VS 2017 was released, I immediately installed it and continued my work as before. It’s one of those great things of VS: I high up- and downward compatibility. It makes me smile.
In previous post Table Extension we saw how to extend table using Tenerife (New NAV development tool) .In this blog post we will see how to extend Pages using visual studio code.
The page objects extends a dynamics NAV page object .This will used for add or overrides the functionality.The structure of page is divided into three parts