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This blog demonstrates how to get the source code of the extension app installed in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central.
1. List the Docker Container:
Command: docker ps
2. Entering the Container:
Command: Enter-NavContainer <Container Name>
3. List all directories in Container:
Command: dir / ls
4. As Extensions are stored in C:\Extensions getting into Extension directory
i. cd C:\Extensions
5. Exit the Container:
6. Copy the .app file inside the container to local path:
Command: docker cp <Container Name>:C:\Extensions\<Filename><LocalDirectory>
7. Make a copy & rename the file with .rar as extension
8. Extract the .rar file and explore the ‘src ‘ folder to get the source code in .AL files
Thus, in this way the source code is visible and can be used for reference.
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