Business Central Install Multiple Extensions using powershell script


One of our customer having 20 + extensions ,while setting up new environment  it’s  very difficult to publish and install all extensions one by one , so I created one powershell script to install multiple extensions . Please check the video for more details ,thanks

Script folder

Business Business Central Administration Shell


# Code to get current path 
function Get-ScriptDirectory {
if ($psise) {Split-Path $psise.CurrentFile.FullPath}
else {Split-Path $script:MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path}
}
# Code to get current path 
$Folder = Get-ScriptDirectory
$ServiceName = Read-Host "Service Name ? :"

$DeveloperLicense = $Folder +'\Developer.flf'
$CustomerLicense = $Folder +'\Customer.flf'

Import-NAVServerLicense -ServerInstance $ServiceName -LicenseFile $DeveloperLicense
$confirmation = Read-Host "Do you want to Uninstall all extensions (y) ? :"
if ($confirmation -eq 'y') {
$Apps = Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance $ServiceName| Where Publisher -ne 'Microsoft'

foreach ($App in $Apps) {
$App | Uninstall-NAVApp -Force
$App | Sync-NAVApp -ServerInstance $ServiceName -force
$App | UnPublish-NAVApp 
} 
write-host " Apps uninstalled Press any key to continue..."
[void][System.Console]::ReadKey($true)
}

Sync-NAVTenant -ServerInstance $ServiceName -Mode ForceSync -force

write-host " Sync Completed Press any key to continue..."
[void][System.Console]::ReadKey($true)

Get-ChildItem -Path (Join-Path $Folder $_) -Filter "*.app" | ForEach-Object { 
Publish-NAVApp -ServerInstance $ServiceName –SkipVerification -Path $_.FullName
}

write-host " New Apps published Press any key to continue..."
[void][System.Console]::ReadKey($true)

Sync-NAVTenant -ServerInstance $ServiceName -Tenant Default -Mode ForceSync -force

write-host " Sync Completed Press any key to continue..."
[void][System.Console]::ReadKey($true)

$Apps = Get-NAVAppInfo -ServerInstance $ServiceName| Where Publisher -ne 'Microsoft' 
foreach ($App in $Apps) { 
$App | Sync-NAVApp -ServerInstance $ServiceName -force 
$App | Install-NAVApp 
}

Sync-NAVTenant -ServerInstance $ServiceName -Tenant Default -Mode ForceSync -force 
Import-NAVServerLicense -ServerInstance $ServiceName -LicenseFile $CustomerLicense

$confirmation = Read-Host "Do you want to restart nav service (y) ? :"
if ($confirmation -eq 'y') {
Stop-NAVServerInstance -ServerInstance $ServiceName -Force
Start-NAVServerInstance -ServerInstance $ServiceName -Force
}


 

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