The one thing most people have complained about in NavContainerHelper is that you cannot decide where it places it’s temporary files. With the shift to artifacts that got even worse because also artifacts was now placed on the c: drive.
With the shift to BcContainerHelper – this is now possible.
Before you read anything, please understand that NavContainerHelper is still available in the PowerShell gallery and it will still be available for the foreseeable future. Existing pipelines using NavContainerHelper can continue running – no problem just yet.
I have been wanting to create a repository of scripts, where you could locate the right script for your usage. The problem I ran into was however that the number of scripts in a repository like that would very quickly explode. Yesterday evening while riding my bike, I got an idea…
Why not create a script generator script for Business Central on Docker. A script, which asks you a lot of questions and then generates a script, which you can save and run.
Just as you thought you were getting the hang of running Business Central in docker, then you see this title! Your first thought is probably how big the changes are to your pipelines and to your scripts and how much time you will have to perform these changes.
With the release of NAV and Business Central images on Docker, a lot of people who are not familiar with Docker and Containers will be using Business Central on Docker. Continue reading
With the release of NAV and Business Central images on Docker, a lot of people who are not familiar with PowerShell will be using PowerShell. They will be handed a script to run and they will run it. Then something doesn’t work as expected – and somebody (might be me) will tell them to add a parameter called xyz. That might seem simple for people who use PowerShell on a daily basis, but not if you have never written PowerShell before… Continue reading
I don’t write blog posts about every single version of the NavContainerHelper, but I wanted to call out a few things in this version. Continue reading