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How to Use a .NET Project Within a D365FO Solution - 365 Community

How to Use a .NET Project Within a D365FO Solution

I wanted to write today about why I utilize .NET projects for certain scenarios when developing X++ solutions for D365FO.

How Is This Possible?

How is it possible that you can have two different project types under one solution? I actually wrote about the changes that were happening to the X++ compiler way back in 2017, the change we are most interested in is that X++ code now compiles and…

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How to Use a .NET Project Within a D365FO Solution – Alex Meyer

I wanted to write today about why I utilize .NET projects for certain scenarios when developing X++ solutions for D365FO. How Is This Possible? How is it possible that you can have two different project types under one solution?

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Author: Alex Meyer

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