Visual studio Code

JavaidJavaid Member Posts: 7
Hi

I am new in Navision NAV BC. I have installed Navision BC and Visual Studio Code on my mashine. So what now?

I got this error. How can I solve this?

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/Javaid

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  • JavaidJavaid Member Posts: 7
    Accepted Answer
    Thanks for your answer.

    I have now a new error which I think is related to the version. I have added launch.json and app.json.

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    I have used 2.0
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    My NavisionBC version is
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    Any suggestion of how I solve this error.

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  • PhoguePhogue Member Posts: 73
    Is your service tier running?

    I think you meant to write "OnPrem" and not "OnPrim" in line 17 "target:"
  • JavaidJavaid Member Posts: 7
    Accepted Answer
    Thanks for your answer.

    I have now a new error which I think is related to the version. I have added launch.json and app.json.

    ox57vha6nxjo.png

    micgyf9zs8jb.png

    ywbr6xxnmgg7.png

    I have used 2.0
    l1l330gx0b90.png

    My NavisionBC version is
    zbuy2e3euu1e.png

    Any suggestion of how I solve this error.
  • ShaiHuludShaiHulud Member Posts: 133
    Have you published the System.app, generated symbol reference, marked "Enable application symbol references at server startup" in the server instance settings, and then restarted the service?
    Arturas Kulsinskas
    NaviLogic

    All opinions expressed are my own and are not reflective of my employer
  • foo_barfoo_bar Member Posts: 71
    The serverinstance in your launch file is not correct, I presume this should just be 'BC130' in your case
  • JavaidJavaid Member Posts: 7
    Hi

    Thanks for your answers.

    You have both right. I also have to change the configuration file property
    <NetFx40_LegacySecurityPolicy enabled="false" />

    Now it is working perfect.
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