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As part of our efforts to refactor and decouple objects in the System Application, and to support the move to AL for ourselves and our partners, it was clear that we needed to create the Extension Management module.
Starting with the 2019 Autumn Release, were shipping the modules we have extracted and the Base Application as first party extensions, and the extensibility of our product by per-tenant or AppSource approved extensions relies on having the right tooling for managing extensions.
We have improved capabilities for managing extensions and combined them in the Extension Management module. Weve also removed their dependencies on the Base Application. Extension Management offers capabilities for extensibility by exposing a handful of public objects. For example, through code, you can use these objects to do things like installing and uninstalling, downloading and uploading, and configuring and publishing extensions and their dependencies.
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