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I've published a couple of extensions to my online sandbox. One of then with dependency to the other. I've republished extensions in the past with no issue. Today, i tried to republish the extensions and get the following error for either extension:
The request for path /v1.0/sandbox/dev/apps?SchemaUpdateMode=synchronize failed with code InternalServerError. Reason: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
So i figured i'd uninstall/unpublish both extensions in the sandbox via extension management. When i go to uninstall either extension, i get the following error:
A call to Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Runtime.Apps.NavAppALInstaller.ALGetDependentAppsToUninstallString failed with this message: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
I searched around and can't find any answers. Any help would be much appreciated.
Try to uninstall the app which has dependency added first.
Hi Suresh.. I tried that and that has worked in the past but does not work now. Thanks.
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Thanks Suresh. But still no go. I think if could uninstall/unpub the extension from Extension Management, I could re-publish them. Thanks for you help thus far.
Try using the cmdlet
Prior to this post, we reset the sandbox and were able to publish. I'm unsure if the cmdlet would have worked.
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