Does anyone have a real interaction with extensions on highly customized database? I have one Customer, who has 10 add-ons. Most of them are made as a regular ones (with old fashion fobs). Now we want to upgrade from 2009 to 2017 and we have several add-ons, coming in navx files.
This is good and nice and I'm excited about that. We have a lot of customazation on top of the add-ons. Will this all work for us?
In MSDN they go: "In most cases, two extension packages can coexist and work independently of each other; however there is the possibility that two apps will try to modify the same object properties. In those cases, if the conflict cannot be resolved, the installation of the conflicting extension fails." (from here https://msdn.microsoft.com/de-de/library/mt574417
So, is there any who used several add-ons, provided as extensions? Let's say one page (Sales Order, let it be) have customazations with several extensions and changes from other add-ons (which I merged manually of course). Does it work correctly?
I don't really understand, if I publish an extension and then change the page - will it all work together? Or should I un-publish extension first?
If I have my database with changed objects with another add-on or another customazation and I want to install extension - will that work? Or will extension work only for 'plain' objects?
If I have extension for 'plain' NAV, but I have last hotfix in my database - will that work?
Does anyone have such an experience?
Thanks in advance!