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Since quite a while, I have been willing to blog this tiny little, but very useful thing that I have been using more that I would have thought before I created it. What is it? Well, nothing too fancy .. just a
Github repo with more information about event publishers on a few of the current versions of NAV and Business Central
I actually already blogged about how to create such files, which you can find here: http://www.waldo.be/2016/05/30/nav-2016-all-published-events/
In the mean time, I do not only have a better way of doing this (the people that came to my “Waldo’s Tools” session on one of the Directions-conventions might have seen it – blogpost definitely coming up!) – I was also thinking .. why don’t I simply put whatever I generate online? That way, anyone can use it, and it’s one simple place to consult to have a better understanding about certain events:
This resulted into a github repository that I’d like to use for maybe other kinds of “analysis” in the future (let me know if you think of some).
You can find the repository here: http://github.com/waldo1001/blog.CALAnalysis
Give it a try! I’m using this quite a lot, so it might be useful for you as well!
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