Which version is this?

slmaluwaslmaluwa Member Posts: 358
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Why do I have to select
"platform": "11.0.0.0",
"application": "11.0.0.0"
in VSCODE to access this installation? I thought this is BC14 ?
"A bove maiore discit arare minor"-"From the old ox, the young one learns to plow."

Answers

  • slmaluwaslmaluwa Member Posts: 358
    Looks like a consultant migrated this from V2018 to BC14.
    Need to find a way to make the change fixed to BC 14
    "A bove maiore discit arare minor"-"From the old ox, the young one learns to plow."
  • SanderDkSanderDk Member Posts: 496
    11 is NAV 2018

    BC 14 is:
    "platform": "14.0.0.0",
    "application": "14.0.0.0",
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  • slmaluwaslmaluwa Member Posts: 358
    Thank you SanderDK
    Is there a way to change the system to bc 14? I think the version was not changed during the migration
    "A bove maiore discit arare minor"-"From the old ox, the young one learns to plow."
  • slmaluwaslmaluwa Member Posts: 358
    Tried this command to change.
    Set-NAVApplication -ServerInstance <ServerInstanceName> -ApplicationVersion <N.N.N.N> -Force
    
    restarted/rbooted. That didn't change anything. VSCODE still expects 11.0.0.0 to download symbols
    "A bove maiore discit arare minor"-"From the old ox, the young one learns to plow."
  • SanderDkSanderDk Member Posts: 496
    What exactly does you mean with
    VSCODE still expects 11.0.0.0 to download symbols
    For help, do not use PM, use forum instead, perhaps other people have the same question, or better answers.
  • slmaluwaslmaluwa Member Posts: 358
    edited 2022-03-30
    SanderDk wrote: »
    What exactly does you mean with
    VSCODE still expects 11.0.0.0 to download symbols

    When I try to download symbols in vscode, it works if I enter
    "platform": "11.0.0.0",
    "application": "11.0.0.0"
    
    in app.JSON file.
    If I give
    "platform": "14.0.0.0",
    "application": "14.0.0.0",
    
    , it throws an error saying
    Could not download reference symbols
    .

    So, I am thinking although the NAV2018 upgraded to BC 14 and users using it with BC windows client and web client (and modifications are done using BC development environment, the base system symbols still marked as NAV 2018 for vs code and there may be a way to change the version
    "A bove maiore discit arare minor"-"From the old ox, the young one learns to plow."
  • ShaiHuludShaiHulud Member Posts: 228
    Have you tried generating symbol reference again (and restart server instance afterwards) after you changed the version through the powershell command?
  • slmaluwaslmaluwa Member Posts: 358
    ShaiHulud wrote: »
    Have you tried generating symbol reference again (and restart server instance afterwards) after you changed the version through the PowerShell command?

    Yes. restarted/rebooted.
    Running
    Get-NAVServerInstance -serverinstance <instance>
    
    shows
    ServerInstance : MicrosoftDynamicsNavServer$bc140
    DisplayName    : Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Server [BC140]
    State          : Running
    ServiceAccount : USER_name
    Version        : 14.0.29530.0
    Default        : True
    
    "A bove maiore discit arare minor"-"From the old ox, the young one learns to plow."
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