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Hello Team,I want to clarify the following question.I have an MSDN license from Microsoft Navision.Does this license allow me to create code units, scripts, etc?I mean, this opportunity https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav/Or to use the developer access I should receive another license?
If you want to start development you can have Cronus DB installed with NAV and you should have Developer license, also you can start your development on AL version which is require Visual Studio Code.
As I understood, the MSDN license is not a Developer license and doesn't allow creating code units, scripts, functions.
Is it correct?
Nitin Verma Olister Rumao
Hi, if you develop in Nav Development Environment (C/AL), this still requires the development license.
You can download a limited trial developer's license from MSDN.
More details: Limitations of Demo & Msdn License
Hope this will help.Thanks.
Yes It will not allow
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