Good Day Expert,
After the 20.3 upgrade, i couldn't access the old nexus repository and i've been advised to create new repository with out user name and password and using this new repo as my console repository. My user name and api key for the authentication.
I'm able to create, update and execute the bot with new repository. however when i tried to access the repository in browser i'm getting error ( attached below). Can anyone please help me on this?
List of repository:
Error Page :
Please let me know if you need more details on this.
Thanks in advance,
With 20.3 there is no longer a front-end to view code in Maven. What is your reason for needing to access your code from the browser?
Thanks for your response. Prior to 20.3 if i wanted to take pom.xml file and jar file i used to go via browser and download those files.
In 20.3, i've seen that we are having export robotic process where we can get the complete package in zip file.
is it possible to download the source code and update the robotic process (when i don't have the source code of existing robotic process) ?
To my knowledge there is not a way to download the source code. Is there a reason you don't have access to the source code for one of your robots? With 20.3, we also have a new feature which allows saving a robotic process as a template. You can share robots with other RPA developers where they can then create new robotic processes based on the template. This will also give you access to the source code when creating a new robot.
Thanks for your reply. we feel, not having access to the source code is a bit challenging. Because, if a developer who created the robotic process, leaves the organisation then the robotic process can't be updated by anyone in the team.
If we could able to simplify the process for this, it would be great.
Thanks for adding the details. I believe there may be some Maven commands which will let you download the source code. We also encourage customers using Java to set up a version control system such as Git to help with issues such as change management.
Yeah, we can use the external source code control but my concern is, any way Appian using console repository to save the pom.xml and jar file (result of maven deploy), then why we required additional repository.
If Appian could give the source code platform, how we are having in Appian BPM that would be really great full.
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