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Upgrading my G/L Source Names Extension to AL – step 3
When upgrading an extension from C/AL to AL (version 1 to version 2) we need to think about the data upgrade process. In C/AL we needed to add two function [...]
Don’t worry about DotNet version in C/AL
When using DotNet data type in NAV C/AL we normally lookup a sub type to use.  When we do the result can be something like [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT – Convert G/L Source Names to AL
Here we go. The NAV on Docker environment we just created can be used for the task at hand.  I have an Extension in Dynamics 365 called G/L Source [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT in Visual Studio Code
It has become obvious that the future of AL programming is in Visual Studio Code. Microsoft has made a decision to ship all their releases as Docker [...]
Json Meets NAV Workshop @NAVTechDays 2017
Last November I was in Antwerp attending NAVTechDays.  During the pre-conference workshops I hosted a workshop on Json & NAV. All the exercise [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT – FTP server for teams
So, you are not the only one in your company doing development, right? Essential part of being able to develop C/AL is to have a starting point.  That [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT – C/AL Development
In our past videos we have seen how to install and configure AdvaniaGIT.  We have also seen how to create localization and solution branches. Now it [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT – Bring your solution into SCM
Most of us are not just starting working with NAV.  But again not all of us have been able to apply Source Control Management (SCM) to our daily work. [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT – Create a localization branch
In our previous post we completed the installation of GIT, SourceTree, NAV and the AdvaniaGIT modules.  We also created a GIT repository in Bitbucket. [...]
Using AdvaniaGIT – Create your first private GIT repository
We have a predefined folder structure in our GIT repository.  Each repository can have multiple branches.  The first branch and the parent to all [...]