Converting an ISV solution to an extension: Update 1

Great start. I fortunately had only 400+ errors on my 1.800 objects. Share your experiences!

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Well, what can I say……….this is going to take a while. 🙂

If you have no idea what I am talking about, start here.

After getting the objects converted to AL (using the standard process documented here), I was immediately greeted in VS Code by just over 8000 errors/warnings. Great start.

Luckily half of those were generated by the code analyzers. If you don’t know what they are, see here. Yes, at this point in the project I am considering that half of my issues are “only non-standard and poorly formatted code”. Gotta try and stay positive!

This brings me to my first “recommendation” in this process:

Turn off ALL the code analyzers.

The code analyzers are enabled by default, but can be turned off in your VS Code settings (see here). Once I get to a point where the “non-syntax” errors have been addressed, I…

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