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Business Central Online, quick comparison and detection of differences between table data structures using Powershell

Business Central Online, quick comparison and detection of differences between table data structures using Powershell

Previously it was possible to export data structures to files (available in runtime1), the functionality was blocked from runtime 2 onwards.

Interesting function that in my opinion should be reinserted and made usable at least for On-premise.

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Business Central Online, quick comparison and detection of differences between table data structures using Powershell

Previously it was possible to export data structures to files (available in runtime1), the functionality was blocked from runtime 2 onwards. Interesting function that in my opinion should be reinserted and made usable at least for On-premise. “ExportPbjectsFIlename” ( Only for On-prem 1.0) “Exports application objects to a file.”

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