I have recently joined a team that uses Aras Innovator 11 SP12, so I'm quite new to this.
I see that my predecessors have written some custom C# methods, but I am not happy with the way they are written.
The formatting is not great (indentation etc.), which isn't surprising, given the code was probably typed right into the Innovator admin interface. A copy of the code exists in our version control system, but this is most likely just a copy and I am not even sure if it reflects the code currently running on the server.
To me this looks like a less than ideal setup, so I am wondering what the recommended practice for custom code is.
Ideally, all custom Innovator code would be in our versioning control system and deployed to the Innovator server from a build server.
But what's the best way to debug code that is under active development?
I would like to use Visual Studio with Resharper etc. for development, with external logging libraries like Serilog etc. etc.
Or would it make sense to implement a custom webservice that implements the actual logic and only have very short methods in Innovator that interact with the webservice?
How do you guys do this?