So, here it is, given as-is, with no guarantees or strings attached, just the plain content for you to see if you can make any sense out of it.
Now my to-do list has grown quite big with the stuff that I want to blog, and it includes presenting and explaining most of the concepts I showed in my presentation. So, keep your fingers crossed that I find just enough time to blog about all those small things that have found their way into my presentation, but never into real blog posts that take them inside out and explain in-depth what they are and how really they work.
Of course, you are still free to use any of this in any real, or unreal life scenarios.
Too bad all this is not documented, but hey – that’s why blogging is fun.
Wonder no more. It is. And here’s how.
Many cool things often go undocumented. I’ve just stumbled upon one of those, and it comes in handy to close this year of blogging.
Imagine this situation: you have a server-side .NET object, that you want to pass on to the client. With the .NET System.Windows.Forms-based objects, you have to make the object serializable, deploy the object to the client-side Add-in folder, and then set the RunOnClient property on the C/AL variable to Yes.
Thanks to everybody who attended my session today at NAV TechDays 2014 in Antwerp. As promised, here are the goodies from the session. I’ve simply taken the objects and I deliver them here with no explanations or comments – when Luc publishes the sessions and the slide decks on Mibuso, you’ll be able to figure out what’s what. I hope you don’t mind.
I’ve also included my demo from the PRS session today, about the Service Locator pattern. The ZIP file does not include the Visual Studio solution – you can find it in my previous post, that I’ve put here yesterday.
I hope you find these examples useful and that they help you get started with .NET Interop quickly.
Download the files here: http://vjeko.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NAVTechDays2014.MereMortals.zip.