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Microsoft Dynamics NAV ‘Tenerife’ Developer Preview

As everyone is aware by now that Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV have been released. Going forward which can be used to build extensions and apps in and for Dynamics NAV.

This tool introduces two flavors which you can try out in preview available on cloud.

[A] Make an extension in the client itself. Business consultants and UX designers will love using this drag-and-drop interface. Rearrange fields, rename groups, and reposition elements to build a perfect extension to support an industry-specific solution or implement a business process optimization.

[B] Use the AL Extension for NAV in Visual Studio Code to build powerful extensions based on tables, pages, and codeunits using the new objects: Page Extensions and Table Extensions. Follow this route to build rich extensions that reuse and extend core business logic in your application.

For more details you can refer to the article published by Dynamics NAV Team Announcing the Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV

You can get a free 30-day trial from https://azure.microsoft.com/free/ that will give you access to everything you need.

Secondly, head over to http://aka.ms/navdeveloperpreview. Login to your Azure Subscription. Select your subscription, resource group, location, name, and a VM Admin Password. Leave the remaining fields as their defaults. Accept the terms, Pin to dashboard and select Purchase. The instance takes about 5 minutes to set up, and the VM will be ready about 15 minutes after Azure says Deployment Succeeded.

You need to follow on screen instructions to get everything setup using above 2 links provided.

I am not going to repeat the steps as you can find them via other blogs or follow the steps as you proceed via using above two links.

Few of my readers were complaining about they don’t have access to Azure Subscription or they have already used up the limit now what to do?

Same situation was with me too, but however I managed to get one and done bit RND, if this can be setup on my PC so that I can give it a try or others can use same steps to get it configured, and give it a try.

However I got succeeded in doing so, now I can do the same in my environment.

The Steps I am going to explain below is not the straight forward, and require bit tricks, as required components are yet not released from Microsoft, may we can get in CU-2,  I guess or later when Microsoft is OK to release this feature for everyone.

This action will require several pre-requisite to be fulfilled:

  1. Visual Studio Code (To be Installed)
  2. Dynamics Navision Version (10.0.14540)
  3. Some Modification to web.config to enable designer in Web Client

 

STEP-1

You can download the Visual Studio Code from this link: Click Here

Once file is downloaded install the Visual Studio Code by running VSCodeSetup-1.8.1.exe

And follow the on screen instructions to complete the setup.

 

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STEP-2

Dynamics Navision Version

Make sure you have correct version of Dynamics Navision (10.0.14540)

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Else you will not get this option in your Service Window

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STEP-3

Modification to web.config

You will need to make necessary settings to web.config file to enable designer in Web Client, this file is located at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DynamicsNAV100 location where your Web Client is installed.

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Now you should be ok to use this feature in your environment.

Once things are setup correct you will be able to find the Client Designer Button on right top corner of the Client Window/Browser.

I will come up with more details in my up-coming posts till then keep exploring and learning.

 

 

 

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First update of Project “Madeira” is released – June 2016

What does this update includes?

 

Filter on unprocessed incoming documents

 

The list of incoming documents is now filtered to show only entries that have not been used to create posted documents with.

When documents are posted, the processed flag is set to Yes, such that incoming documents that have been processed into posted documents are filtered out.

You can choose to view all incoming documents in the list if desired, using the show Show All action.

You can also manually switch the processing flag.

 

Office Suite notifications are now enabled in Project “Madeira”

 

In the top right corner, next to the Settings menu, you will notice the bell symbol that you probably already know well from other Office products: That’s the Notifications menu.

Here you will receive notifications such as new mail and calendar reminders directly while working in Project “Madeira”.

 

New extensions, such as Sana Commerce for Project “Madeira” and ChargeLogic Payments that provides payment and credit card processing capabilities.

 

In Project “Madeira”, the Extension Management window lists all available extensions. Some extensions are provided by Microsoft, and other extensions are provided by other companies.

With the first update of Project “Madeira”, extensions have been added by other providers, and Madeira refer to the websites that these companies provide for more information.

Sana Commerce is the integrated B2B e-commerce platform for Project “Madeira” that helps wholesale, distribution and manufacturing companies efficiently run their business, improve their customer service and ultimately generate more revenue through easy online order processing and a 24/7 online access of product information. See the Sana Commerce website.

With ChargeLogic Notify, you can automatically deliver customized, targeted emails directly from Project “Madeira” for invoices, orders, shipments, returns, and sales quotes. Clearly provide the exact information you want with the exact look you want to increase customer satisfaction, promote your brand, and drive business. Using a powerful template system and business rules, you’ll be able to create personalized content and custom designs in an email format and send them to all parties associated with a communication. See the ChargeLogic website. .

 

For further details checkout Link and this Link.

 

 

Useful Windows PowerShell cmdlets for managing Extensions in Dynamics Navision 2016

Today I will list few cmdlets which will help you getting your task done while working with Extensions.

For Overview of Extensions, please see my earlier posts

Introducing Extensions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

Which Object types you can Include & Restrictions applicable to C/AL code in Extension Packages

Which Properties are Restricted in Extension Packages

Just a quick reference you can study in details using links of MSDN below every cmdlet.

Get-Help

To get Help about syntax and options for a specific cmdlet, type the following cmdlet.

Syntax: Get-Help <cmd name>

 

Export-NAVApplicationObject

The Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Model.Tools.psd1 module includes a function, Export-NAVApplicationObject, which runs the ExportObjects command. This means that you can run a command such as the following:

Export-NAVApplicationObject

–DatabaseServer MyServer

–DatabaseName “Demo Database NAV (7-1)”

–Path C:\UserData\MyPackage\ORIGINAL\MyObjects.txt

 

Export-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage

Exports captions from the specified text files with Microsoft Dynamics NAV application objects. The captions are exported to text files.

 

Syntax:

Export-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage

[-Source] <String[]>

[-Destination] <String>

[[-LanguageId] <String[]> ]

[-DevelopmentLanguageId <String> ]

[-Encoding <FileEncoding> ] [-Force] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

The resulting text files are similar to the multilanguage files that you can export in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment. If your source files contain more than one language, you can choose to export one language, multiple languages, or all languages

 

Example:

PS C:\> Export-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage

–Source .\ORIGINAL\ -LanguageId “DEU”,”FRA”

-Destination .\RESULT\languages.txt

Click here for more details on MSDN

Export-NAVAppPermissionSet

Exports the specified permission set from a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database to a file.

 

Syntax:

Export-NAVAppPermissionSet

[-ServerInstance] <String>

-Path <String> -PermissionSetId <String[]>

[-Force] [-PassThru] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

PS C:\> Export-NAVAppPermissionSet

-ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Path ‘.\PermissionSet.xml’

-PermissionSetId SUPER

 

This example exports the permission set with the ID “SUPER” in the database that is used by the DynamicsNAV90 server instance to the PermissionSet.xml file.

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile

Splits a text file that contains two or more application objects into separate text files for each application object.

Syntax:

Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile

[-Source] <String>

[[-Destination] <String> ]

[-Force] [-PassThru] [-PreserveFormatting] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

The Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile cmdlet can copy each application object to a new file, or it can recreate the object in the new file.

The default setting is to recreate the object, but you can change this by setting the PreserveFormatting parameter.

Example:

PS C:\> Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile -Source C:\UserData\MyPackage\ORIGINAL\All.txt -Destination C:\UserData\MyPackage\ORIGINAL\TXT\ -PreserveFormatting

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Compare-NAVApplicationObject

Compares text files with Microsoft Dynamics NAV application objects and then calculates the delta between the two versions. The result of the comparison is a number of text files with the calculated delta.

The Compare-NAVApplicationObject cmdlet compares the text files in the two specified folders and creates .delta files that describe the difference between the two versions

The cmdlet creates a text file for each application object that is different between the two versions.

Syntax:

Compare-NAVApplicationObject

[-OriginalPath] <String[]>

[-ModifiedPath] <String[]>

[-DeltaPath] <String>

[-Confirm] [-Force] [-Legacy] [-NoCodeCompression] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

PS C:\> Compare-NAVApplicationObject

–OriginalPath C:\UserData\MyPackage\ORIGINAL\*.txt

-ModifiedPath C:\ UserData\MyPackage \MODIFIED\*.txt

-DeltaPath C:\ UserData\MyPackage \DELTA

 

Below example compares the text files in the MODIFIED folder to the baseline in the ORIGINAL folder. The result of the comparison is put into the DELTA folder and also piped to the Update-NAVApplicationObject cmdlet, which applies the updates.

PS C:\> Compare-NAVApplicationObject

-OriginalPath .\ORIGINAL\*.txt

-ModifiedPath .\MODIFIED\*.txt

-DeltaPath .\DELTA -Force

-PassThru |   Update-NAVApplicationObject

-TargetPath .\TARGET\*.txt

-ResultPath .\RESULT –Force

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Merge-NAVApplicationObject

Compares the changes that have been made to application objects between two versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, and applies the difference to a third set of application objects.

 

Syntax:

Merge-NAVApplicationObject

[-OriginalPath] <String[]>

[-ModifiedPath] <String[]>

[-TargetPath] <String[]>

[-ResultPath] <String>

[-DateTimeProperty <DateTimePropertyAction> ] [-DisableCommentOut] [-DocumentationConflict <DocumentationConflictAction> ] [-Force] [-Legacy] [-ModifiedProperty <ModifiedPropertyAction> ] [-PassThru] [-Strict] [-VersionListProperty <VersionListPropertyAction> ] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

You specify an original version and compare that to a latest version.

The difference is then applied to the target version.

The result of the merge is a number of text files with the merged application objects.

Any conflicts that the cmdlet cannot merge are identified in conflict files.

Example:

PS C:\> Merge-NAVApplicationObject

-OriginalPath C:\UserData\MyPackage \ ORIGINAL\*.TXT

-TargetPath C:\ UserData\MyPackage \TARGET \*.TXT

-ModifiedPath C:\ UserData\MyPackage \MODIFIED \*.TXT

-ResultPath C:\ UserData\MyPackage \RESULT\

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Import-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage

Imports strings in the specified language into text files that contain Microsoft Dynamics NAV application objects.

 

Syntax:

Import-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage

[-Source] <String[]>

[-LanguagePath] <String[]>

[-Destination] <String>

[[-LanguageId] <String[]> ]

[-Encoding <FileEncoding> ] [-Force] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

Example:

PS C:\> Import-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage

–Source .\TAB18.TXT

-LanguageId “CHS”

-LanguagePath .\ALL-CHS.TXT

-Destination .\RESULT\

This command will import the CHS language into the Microsoft Dynamics NAV application object that is specified in the –Source parameter, TAB18.txt. The strings are imported from the text files in the ALL-CHS.txt file, and the result of the command is a text file in the RESULT folder, TAB18.txt, that includes captions in Chinese.

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Get-NAVAppInfo

Gets information about a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension based on the specified package file or the specified Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

 

Syntax:

  • Get-NAVAppInfo -Path <String> [ <CommonParameters>]

  • Get-NAVAppInfo [-ServerInstance] <String> [-CompatibilityId <Version> ] [-Id <Guid> ] [-Name <String> ] [-Publisher <String> ] [-Version <Version> ] [ <CommonParameters>]

  • Get-NAVAppInfo [-ServerInstance] <String> -Tenant <String> [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

To see Microsoft Dynamics NAV extensions that are published to the DynamicsNAV90 server instance use below command.

PS C:\>Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90

Or

This command will return information about all Microsoft Dynamics NAV extensions that are published to the DynamicsNAV90 server instance by Ashwini.

PS C:\>Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Publisher ‘Ashwini’

 

You will see output similar to shown below

Id Name Version Publisher
9a47a833-e22f-4812-ade314219c53 EDD1.01 1.0.0.00 Ashwini
3c88160c-e0eb-4fe1-b4f6-011e45d74b10 EDD1.02 1.0.0.01 Ashwini

 

Below command returns information about the extension with the specified name and version on the DynamicsNAV90 server instance.

PS C:\>Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Name ‘EDD1.01’ -Version 1.0.0.00

Or

This command will return information about all Microsoft Dynamics NAV extensions that are installed for the tenant with the ID Tenant1 on the DynamicsNAV90 server instance.

PS C:\>Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Tenant ‘Tenant1’

Or

This command will return information about all Microsoft Dynamics NAV extensions that are installed on a non-multitenant Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

PS C:\>Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Tenant default

You will see output similar to shown below

Id 3c88160c-e0eb-4fe1-b4f6-011e45d74b10
Name EDD1.02
Version 1.0.0.01
Publisher Ashwini
Description Second Extension by Ashwini
Compatibility Id 1.0.0.00
Capabilities
Prerequisites
Dependencies

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

Get-NAVApplicationObjectProperty

Gets Microsoft Dynamics NAV application object properties from the specified application object text files.

 

Syntax:

Get-NAVApplicationObjectProperty [-Source] <String[]> [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

PS C:\> Get-NAVApplicationObjectProperty -Source .\SOURCE\COD1.txt

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Set-NAVApplicationObjectProperty

Sets Microsoft Dynamics NAV application object properties in the specified application object text files.

Syntax:

Set-NAVApplicationObjectProperty

[-TargetPath] <String[]>

[-DateTimeProperty <String> ]

[-ModifiedProperty <SetModifiedPropertyAction> ]

[-VersionListProperty <String> ]

[-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

You can use the Get-NAVApplicationObjectProperty cmdlet to extract information about the application objects before you change them.

Example:

PS C:\> Set-NAVApplicationObjectProperty -TargetPath C:\UserData\MyPackage\RESULT\FinalObjects.txt -VersionListProperty ” EDD1.02″ – ModifiedProperty No -DateTimeProperty (Get-Date -Format g)

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Update-NAVApplicationObject

Applies a set of deltas to the specified application objects. The files that describe the delta are generated by the Compare-NAVApplicationObject cmdlet.

Optionally, you can use the Set-NAVApplicationObjectProperty cmdlet to change the version or other properties. Then, you use Update-NAVApplicationObject cmdlet to apply the delta to target files.

Syntax:

Update-NAVApplicationObject

[-TargetPath] <String[]>

[-DeltaPath] <String[]>

[-ResultPath] <String>

[-DateTimeProperty <DateTimePropertyAction> ]

[-DisableCommentOut]

[-DocumentationConflict <DocumentationConflictAction> ]

[-ModifiedProperty <ModifiedPropertyAction> ]

[-VersionListProperty <VersionListPropertyAction> ]

[-Force] [-Legacy] [-PassThru] [-Strict] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

PS C:\> Update-NAVApplicationObject -TargetPath C:\UserData\MyPackage \TARGET\*.txt -DeltaPath C:\UserData\MyPackage \DELTA\*.txt –ResultPath C:\UserData\MyPackage \RESULT\

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Get-NAVAppManifest

Loads a manifest for a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension from an external source , such as an .xml file.

 

Syntax:

Get-NAVAppManifest [-Path] <String> [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

PS C:\> Get-NAVAppManifest -Path ‘.\Manifest-EDD1_02.xml’

You will see output similar to shown below

AppId 3c88160c-e0eb-4fe1-b4f6-011e45d74b10
AppName EDD1.02
AppPublisher Ashwini
AppDescription Second Extension by Ashwini
AppVersion 1.0.0.01
AppCompatibilityId 1.0.0.00
Capabilities {}
Prerequisites {}
Dependencies {}

 

Below command gets a manifest from an XML manifest file and then passes the manifest to the New-NAVAppPackage cmdlet to create a new extension package.

PS C:\> Get-NAVAppManifest

-Path ‘.\Manifest-Proseware SmartStuff.xml’ | New-NAVAppPackage

-Path ‘ C:\UserData\MyPackage\Manifest\EDD1.02.navx’

-SourcePath ‘C:\UserData\MyPackage \NavExtensionFiles’

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Set-NAVAppManifest

Sets one or more available properties on an in-memory manifest for a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension.

You can then write the updated manifest object to disk by using the New-NAVAppManifestFile cmdlet. The manifest is required when you create the extension package file (.navx) using the New-NAVAppPackage cmdlet.

Syntax:

Set-NAVAppManifest

[-Manifest] <NavAppManifest>

[-CompatibilityId <Version> ]

[-Dependencies <String[]> ]

[-Description <String> ]

[-Id <Guid> ]

[-Name <String> ]

[-Prerequisites <String[]> ]

[-Publisher <String> ]

[-Version <Version> ]

[ <CommonParameters>]

 

PS C:\> Get-NAVAppManifest -Path ‘ C:\UserData\MyPackage\MANIFEST\Manifest-EDD1_02.xml’ | Set-NavAppManifest -Version 1.0.0.01 -CompatibilityId 1.0.0.00 | New-NavAppManifestFile -Path ” C:\UserData\MyPackage\MANIFEST\Manifest-EDD1_02.xml” -Force

Gets a manifest from file, sets the version property and then saves the updated manifest back to file. By setting the Force parameter, the existing file is overwritten.

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

New-NAVAppManifest

Creates a new in-memory manifest object with the specified metadata for a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension.

Syntax:

New-NAVAppManifest

[-Name] <String>

[-Publisher] <String>

[[-Id] <Guid> ]

[[-Description] <String> ]

[[-Version] <Version> ]

[[-CompatibilityId] <Version> ]

[-Dependencies <String[]> ]

[-Prerequisites <String[]> ]

[ <CommonParameters>]

 

The manifest is required when creating the Extension package file (.navx) using the New-NAVAppPackage cmdlet.

The manifest property values can be changed using the Set-NAVAppManifest cmdlet.

 

PS C:\>New-NavAppManifest

-Name ” EDD1.02″

-Publisher ” Ashwini ”

-Description ” Second Extension by Ashwini ”

-Version “1.0.0.01”

-CompatibilityId “1.0.0.00”

-Id 3c88160c-e0eb-4fe1-b4f6-011e45d74b10

-Dependencies C:\UserData\MyPackage\APPLICATION\EDD1.01.navx

-Prerequisites Table=18, CodeUnit=80

 

 

 

AppId 3c88160c-e0eb-4fe1-b4f6-011e45d74b10
AppName EDD1.02
AppPublisher Ashwini
AppDescription Second Extension by Ashwini
AppVersion 1.0.0.01
AppCompatibilityId 1.0.0.00
Capabilities {}
Prerequisites {Table=18, CodeUnit=80}
Dependencies {EDD1.01, Ashwini, 1.0.0.00}

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

New-NAVAppManifestFile

Creates a file with metadata for a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension package.

Syntax:

New-NAVAppManifestFile

[-Path] <String>

[-Manifest] <NavAppManifest>

[-Force] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Below command will create information in-memory manifest and then writes it to disk.

Because the example sets the Force parameter, the file will be overwritten if it already exists.

 PS C:\> New-NavAppManifest  -Name “EDD1.02”  -Publisher “Ashwini”  -Description ” Second Extension by Ashwini” | New-NavAppManifestFile -Path ” C:\UserData\MyPackage\ MANIFEST \Manifest-EDD1_02.xml” -Force

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

New-NAVAppPackage

Creates a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension package file (.navx) at the specified location based on the specified manifest file and source files.

Syntax:

New-NAVAppPackage

[-Path] <String>

[-Manifest] <NavAppManifest>

[-SourcePath] <String[]>

[-Force] [-PassThru] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

You can then use the package file to deploy the extension to a Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

 

Example:

PS C:\> New-NavAppManifest -Name ‘ EDD1.02’ -Publisher ‘Ashwini’ -Version 1.0.0.01 | New-NAVAppPackage -Path ‘ C:\UserData\MyPackage\APPLICATION\EDD1.02.navx’ -SourcePath ‘ C:\UserData\MyPackage\MyExtensionFiles’

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Publish-NAVApp

Publishes a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension to the app catalog of the specified Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

When the extension has been published, you can install it for individual tenants.

 

Syntax:

Publish-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

[-Path] <String>

[[-PassThru]] [[-LogPath] <String> ] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

Example:

PS C:\> Publish-NAVApp -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Path ‘ C:\UserData\MyPackage \NAVAPP\EDD1_02.navx’

Publishes the Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension from the EDD1_02.navx package to the DynamicsNAV90 server instance.

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Unpublish-NAVApp

Unpublishes a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension from the app catalog of the specified Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

The extension cannot be unpublished if it is currently installed for a tenant of the specified Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance.

 

Syntax:

Unpublish-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

[-Path] <String>

[-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Unpublish-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

[-Name] <String>

[[-Publisher] <String> ]

[[-Version] <Version> ]

[-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [ <CommonParameters>]

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Install-NAVApp

Installs a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension for a tenant in the specified Microsoft Dynamics NAV deployment.

Syntax:

Install-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

-Path <String>

[-Tenant <TenantId> ]

[-DoNotLoadData]

[-Force] [-PassThru] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

Install-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

-Name <String>

[-Publisher <String> ]

[-Tenant <TenantId> ]

[-Version <Version> ]

[-DoNotLoadData]

[-Force] [-PassThru] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

Example:

PS C:\> Install-NAVApp -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Name ‘EDD1.02’ -Version 1.0.0.01 -Tenant ‘MyTenant’

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Uninstall-NAVApp

Uninstalls a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension for the specified tenant.

If other extensions have a dependency on the specified extension, you must specify if they must also be uninstalled. Set the Force parameter to automatically remove dependent extensions.

Syntax:

Uninstall-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

-Path <String>

[-Tenant <TenantId> ]

[-DoNotSaveData] [-Force] [-PassThru] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

Uninstall-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

-Name <String>

[-Publisher <String> ]

[-Tenant <TenantId> ]

[-Version <Version> ]

[-DoNotSaveData]

[-Force] [-PassThru] [ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

Example:

PS C:\> Uninstall-NAVApp

-ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90

-Name ”EDD1.02′

-Version 1.0.0.01

 

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Get-NAVAppTenant

Gets a list of tenants where the specified Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension is installed.

You can specify the extension by name, publisher, or version.

You can use the returned list of tenants to apply general changes, such as uninstalling the extension for all tenants that currently have it installed.

 

Syntax:

Get-NAVAppTenant

[-ServerInstance] <String>

-Path <String>

[ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

Get-NAVAppTenant

[-ServerInstance] <String>

[-Name <String> ]

[-Publisher <String> ]

[-Version <Version> ]

[ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

PS C:\> Get-NavAppTenant -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Name ‘EDD1.02’ -Version 1.0.0.01 | Uninstall-NAVApp -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 -Name ‘EDD1.02’ -Version 1.0.0.01

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

Repair-NAVApp

Repairs a Microsoft Dynamics NAV extension by recompiling it against the current base application.

It is recommend that you restart the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance after running the repair.

Syntax:

Repair-NAVApp

[-ServerInstance] <String>

[-Name] <String>

[[-Publisher] <String> ]

[[-Version] <Version> ]

[ <CommonParameters>]

 

 

Example:

PS C:\> Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV90 | Repair-NAVApp

Click here for more details on MSDN

 

 

Introducing Extensions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

Extensions enable you to modify your Microsoft Dynamics NAV system without directly altering the source resources, making it easier to deploy, manage, and upgrade customizations or extensions.

While you will still use the existing Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development system to customize or extend Microsoft Dynamics NAV, a new set of Windows PowerShell cmdlets have been introduced that mean you can add your changes into a proprietary package format, called a .navx package file.

These packages can be installed, and more importantly uninstalled, from a Microsoft Dynamics NAV system with ease.

Packages can be automatically upgraded through the installation process, so up taking newer versions is made easier.

For the time being for more details see : Introducing Extensions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

Will come up with more details in my upcoming posts.

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