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CODE COMPLETE! Yesss.
This was waiting somewhat too long on my desk to be completed, but this morning I finally did: Extended Text on Assembly Documents. This example extends the standard Extended Text feature in Business Central to assembly documents. As with the previous two completed examples (Blocking Deletion of Warehouse Shipment Lines and Automatically Set Posting Period on GL Setup and User) you will find a full collection of ATDD scenarios in Excel and PowerShell files, that were used to let the ATDD.TestScriptor PowerShell module efficiently create test codeunits.
Now with code complete on all current examples, I also started to add various categories to them to describe at overview level what each example contains. This will allowi you to find what you are looking for without needing to dive into the details first. These are the categories I have added so far:
And I have also added the following categories to point out to what functional area the example feature belongs:
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