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When you’re developing in C/AL in Business Central/NAV 2018, you might run into this issue: You want to edit the code in an object through the Developer Environment, and the Application automatically crashes or closes without displaying an error message. This occurs when you open a Codeunit or click on C/AL editor in a Page/Table, and it occurs only when you are designing the object and go to C/AL code by hitting F9.
Following is the solution to this problem:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central\130\RoleTailoredClient\finsql.exe” useoldeditor=yes
You can now open the Developer Environment and use the C/AL Editor without any issues.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This change should be made before you start coding, because, once you hit F9, the system will start closing or crashing, so you won’t be allowed to make any code changes.
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