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Last week I needed to check if all pages in all my AppSource Apps have proper links for online help (as you know you need to add online help to your AppSource solution). I could probably use for it AL Studio (I am a big fan of what Marton did) but I needed it in an Excel file so I prepared a quick PowerShell script that will do it for me.
I would like to share the script with you since it can do more than export only the help page URLs (you can use it for your special needs after a small modification). Remember that I am not a PowerShell expert so probably it is possible to do it easier but this one works for me so if it can help you I will be more than happy.
Results of the script you can find below.
Script you can download from here: https://github.com/mynavblog/Examples/blob/master/PowerShell/ExportHelpLinks.ps1
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