I saw many requests on forums in the last days related to one of the most noisy topic when working with Extensions in Dynamics 365 Business Central (SaaS version): how to handle breaking schema changes.
The tipical scenario is the following:
- You create an extension (version 1.0) that contains a custom table with some fields and some keys and publish it. All is ok.
- Then, you create a new…
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