Category: Extensions

Dynamics NAV 2018 – enable use of V2 extensions

Although this should technically be part of the base install, since V2 extensions are pushed as the “best thing since sliced bread”, it doesn’t seem like this is the case. Just try installing a base version of 2018 without using the Cronus database as the database. This would be the case for any customer that …

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The developer’s guide to Dynamics 365 for Financials apps – part 3

In the first part, I explained how to request to list an app in AppSource, how to get a developer account and how to generate the offer in the AppSource publishing portal. If you have not had a chance to read it, you can find it here. If you missed the second part, which described …

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The developer’s guide to Dynamics 365 for Financials Apps – Part 2

In the first part, I explained how to request to list an app in AppSource, how to get a developer account and how to generate the offer in the AppSource publishing portal. If you have not had a chance to read it, you can find it here. This time, I am going through the development …

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Dynamics NAV 2016: Extensions and SQL Azure

Dynamics NAV 2016 is the first version of NAV that allows running the database on SQL Azure, a fully managed and high available SQL as a Service. It is also the first version of NAV that has NAV Extensions, a new way to publish add-ons to NAV. There are very good articles that provide information …

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The developer’s guide to Dynamics 365 for Financials Apps – Part 1

After spending quite some time to go through the App publishing process for extensions for Dynamics 365 for Financials, I thought it would be a good idea to share my findings, thoughts, and experiences. It will be a multi-part series in which I will walk you through the process of getting an App published, look …

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Dynamics NAV Extensions

A lot has been written and talked about extensions, so why should I write more about it? Or better, why should you read more about it? I think, there is still a lot of confusion around extensions and also misconceptions of what extensions should be used for and what not. And, since extensions are the …

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