On a local machine I have installed BC140 straight out of the box. So I have BC140 service, I have the webserverinstance and development client. I can connect through the client and browser, everything is good.
For customer development purposes I have created a secondary service CUST-BC140 specified different portnumbers to avoid portsharing, and used New-NAVWebServerInstance to create a second webserver that connects to my CUST-BC140 nav service. Everything looks fine, I can connect to the customer database using the old client, and I can connect to http://localhost:8080/DynamicsNAV140-CUST/
on the browser.
But when I create a new AL:GO project in VSCode and point it to my customer service it still locks onto the old/original BC140 installation when trying to debug.
What am I doing wrong, or where should I search for the problem?