Over the course of creating my videos, I have created a number of demos, and massive amount of code (well, massive in relation to the duration of videos). So, with Microsoft’s agreement, I have published all of the demonstrated C# and PowerShell code to my GitHub repository.
If you haven’t watched the videos yet, then please do.
And then, just visit this:
Continue reading Microsoft Dynamics NAV Managed Service Goodies
Over the past month or so I was very busy with the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Managed Service for Partners. One part was in line of my work, where we were busy around the clock bringing our solution to Managed Service. The other part was creating a handful of videos for Microsoft to promote Managed Service.
Both were quite a ride, and now I have to show for some results.
Continue reading How Do I: Win the World with Managed Service
A few days ago I have published my PowerShell script that streamlines and automates deployment of control add-ins from Visual Studio. Over the past couple of days I have improved it a little bit, and fixed a few bugs, so here’s an updated version that is more resilient to your project structure, produces resource zips that NST not only extracts, but actually understands, and does a little more.
Continue reading Deploying from Visual Studio, update
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 brings many new features, one of which is a set of PowerShell cmdlets to manage add-ins. These are:
While these cmdlets are certainly useful for installation and deployment, I find them even more useful during development. When I blogged about deploying resource files automatically during development some months ago, I showed how you could use PowerShell during build process in Visual Studio to invoke a codeunit that registers control add-ins. Now, in NAV 2016, these tasks are a lot simpler with these new cmdlets.
Continue reading Deploying control add-ins during development in NAV 2016
Here’s the cookbook.
Continue reading Deploy your resource automatically from Visual Studio