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Bill Warnke shares: “This is a bug I opened up on the AL Github, Modify Caption in TableExtension #5429. Can anyone else confirm this? I'm seeing it in all my BC15 instances and a prod instance but I don't know why it's taking so long to verify the bug.
Matt Traxinger replies: “I didn't even think this was allowed. What happens when two extensions both try to modify the caption of a base field?”
Bill responds with the Table and Extension Properties, commenting: “Yeah, I don't even know. I feel like it it's something that should only be allowed in the Per-Tenant extension world.”
Bill updates this issue: “Fixed in 15.2.”
Kyle shares: “An in-progress list of ‘these things break going from BC14 to BC15’ from a development perspective can be found on the Microsoft AL App Extensions Blob.”
Bill W informs: “Multi-language syntax in AL is deprecated.”
Text000: TextConst ENU = 'This is being deprecated.';
DoDoThisMsg: Label = 'This is the new hotness.';
And adds: “You'll need to generate xliff files for your target language if you want customization in your extension translated. Here’s some brief documentation on using the translation service from Microsoft, Business Central App Translation.”
Saurav shares a link: “A Free eBook, AL for Beginners, is available for download from GitHub.”
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