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I am building an cloud extension for a partner with the end goal of publishing this solution to AppSource. What is the process for reserving object IDs to be included in the extension? We started the process of submitting the app and we submitted the idea and we are currently at the process of submitting the .app file. We have the extension finished and the .app file generated but need to obtain those object IDs
Depending on where you will deploy your Dynamics 365 Business Central solution (cf. on premise or in the Cloud) you can use different licensing methods and object ranges. There are currently 2 available ranges which you can request. Both have some characteristics which you need to keep in mind:
The RSP Object Range (1-69 million): This object range is tied to the RSP Program details. The program details specify that you have to pay quarterly for used objects. However, if you comply with the Certified for Microsoft Dynamics (CFMD) program requirements, one of the benefits of the program is that the quarterly fees on object costs will be waived. This object range can both be implemented on-premises, partner hosted (in C/AL or AL format) or in the Business Central SAAS Service (AL Only format). The RSP Program page describes the process on how to request the RSP object range (link: mbs.microsoft.com/.../RegisterSolutionProgram)
The App Object Range (70-75 million): This object range was originally designed to run in the Business Central service only for Microsoft Appsource Apps.
Today you can implement apps developed in this range both on-premises, partner hosted and in the Business Central SAAS Service. This object range is free of charge, the only requirement on this range is that your objects can be AL only.
You can request both object ranges at this link: mbs.microsoft.com/.../365businesscentralrequestuniqueobjectrange
But the link gives error: mbs.microsoft.com/.../365businesscentralrequestuniqueobjectrange
There is any other link?
Are there any updates on this thread?
Im facing the same problem and the link provided on the Microsoft documentation still returns an error
All is described here:
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