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Hi

 

I´m doing some tests with the Community Edition 3.0 of the Package manager. I add a repository path to the network options. After that I press the "Check the Network for Available Packages" button on the tool bar, in order to get all packages of this path into the package list. But it doesn´t work. I get an errormessage which told me to check the network connection.

 

Did I something wrong? Or isn´t this possible without the repository manager?

 

Frank

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Hi

 

I´m doing some tests with the Community Edition 3.0 of the Package manager. I add a repository path to the network options. After that I press the "Check the Network for Available Packages" button on the tool bar, in order to get all packages of this path into the package list. But it doesn´t work. I get an errormessage which told me to check the network connection.

 

Did I something wrong? Or isn´t this possible without the repository manager?

 

Frank

 

Hi Frank,

 

Yes, in order to create and manage a repository, you'll need the repository manager, which is a VIPM Enterprise feature. We'd be happy to set you up with an evaluation version of the product, if you're interested.

 

Thanks,

 

-Jim

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