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NAV 2016 Eventing: All published Integration and Business events

It’s been a while since I’ve put up a decent blogpost. Well .. I’ve been busy at conferences, to be honest doing lots of Sessions. And I’m always nervous for these – I take it seriously, you know – people pay a lot of money to come to conferences like that, and the sessions need to be good. So .. I do my best .. and hope to succeed ;-)..

Best Practices for NAV Extensions

One of my sessions was about Best Practices on the exciting new feature in NAV 2016: NAV Extensions. You will read all about it in the near future, when I can find time to blog about the content.

One of the tips that I showed was how to find all Integration and Business events in the product. Well .. you know me .. I created a PowerShell script for that :-). People have been contacting me for this script, so here you are:

 

The concept is simple: you just feed it a complete textfile of all objects of a certain database, and it will give you a list of events in a gridview.

If you want the official list of Microsoft on MSDN, you can find it here (thanks to Joe Mathis to send me this link). I don’t know how well this is being maintained, but hey .. now you at least got two resources ;-).

Enjoy!

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  1. Michael Promberger

    Hi Waldo,

    like your script, like your blog, want to give a little feedback on your infinity loop construct.

    Here is the strange thing we observed:
    We just tried to implement a small Code analyzer by taking your script and ammending the Content of the loop a little bit to, well, do our Code analysing things.

    Thereby, we noticed a Problem with the “infinity loop construct”

    for(;;) {
        $TextLine = $DistriText.ReadLine()
        
        if ($TextLine -eq $null) { break }

    SomeCode …
    }

    In some cases, at runtime, the loop leads to a breakdown of the PowerShell Environment.
    Even if “SomeCode” is deactivated by a “if ($false) {SomeCode}” construct.
    Really strange …

    If the infinity Loop is constructed via “for ($dummy = 1; $false; $dummy++) { …}”, anything works.

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