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The NAV community, including the ArcherPoint technical staff—is made up of developers, project managers, and consultants who are constantly communicating, with the common goal of sharing helpful information with one another to help customers be more successful.
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Saurav Dhyani shares his thoughts on an article written by Vjeko, titled C# Injection: Don’t Trust the FOB. He agrees: FOB, not good. TXT, good. DELTA, best. Others agree and note that we should always recompile everything we import after importing whether FOB, Text, or Delta.
Jon Long also notes: “Another, perhaps even more dangerous reason to not trust FOB's, is that a text file can be saved accidentally, or on purpose, with an FOB extension. Obviously, if you were to import this type of "FOB," it would overwrite everything without opening the import worksheet. This could be especially dangerous in a dev environment that has no proper source control. That is why I always open FOB's in a text reader first, to make sure it's actually an FOB. So, yes, I agree, FOB's should not be trusted, but, it's not just because of injections.”
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Waldo shares his concerns with Dynamics NAV Extensions, part 2 of 3. He shares these common concerns:
Check out Waldo’s first post on this topic.
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