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In my previous posts about Extensions in NAV2016 I tried to explain the concept, reasoning and get you started with your own Extension in 5 easy steps.
I got a lot of feedback and emails based on these posts. Some about PowerShell and using DotNet interop, some about XMLPort and Reports.
In this post I will talk more about the current possibilities and limitations and if, how and when these will be lifted.
In essence this blog is relatively simple. Microsoft already did a great job in documenting these on MSDN.
The last one is of essence for this blog. The support matrix. Let me elaborate on that.
In short, the most important options you have in NAV2016 are:
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