Over the last months, I have received a lot of questions on Symbols:
- Why does Compile-AppInNavContainer get different symbols than VS Code?
- When I import new objects to Business Central, why don’t I get the symbols?
- Why do I have the Assert Codeunit twice?
- Why can’t Business Central find the Assert Codeunit?
Just to name a few.
This blog post will try to explain how symbols works and give an answer these questions, by showing some samples. Continue reading
NavContainerHelper 0.5.0.1 was released recently. Read this blog post to learn what’s new. Continue reading
Update april 12th – added a few to my list – have more reading to do:-)
Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV is part of a vibrant community with a lot of very active people. Tweets, blog posts, webinars, books, github projects could easily fill up my day just trying to follow everybody who are working on our product. This blog posts lists some of the people/sites you can follow if you, like me, are passionate about Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV. Continue reading
If you haven’t read the first post about the NavContainerHelper, you should do so.
If you want to secure the communication to your container, you need to use a certificate. Continue reading
What are Containers? What is Docker?
If you are new to Docker and Containers, please read this document, which describes what Containers are and what Docker is.
If you want more info, there are a lot of Channel9 videos on Containers as well
If you have problems with Docker (not NAV related), the Windows Containers Docker forum is the place you can ask questions (read the readme first). Continue reading
Some of you might already know what lies behind this cryptic title, some of you might not care. This post describes what changed in the Generic image version 0.0.4.1, which today is the foundation of all images on the Docker hub and of course also of the generic image on the docker hub. Continue reading
NAV on Docker is here to stay, and a lot of partners have discovered how NAV on Docker can save a lot of time in their development processes. NAV ships and maintains Docker images for all NAV versions (all CUs, all localizations) since NAV 2016RTM. One of the questions I have been asked a lot is, whether we will ship images for older versions of NAV. Continue reading