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How to publish.xif file on Forge?

Hi All,

I want to publish my .xif file on Forge? Anyone know the steps? 


thanks


Rank: #143
Solution

Hello Shailendra,

You need to start going to the Forge and click into New Component button.

Then you will enter in this screen:


Then you just need to follow the instructions present in this page :)

Most likely, you may create an application (.oap file) with the extension inside (.xif file) and upload it or upload directly your .xif file 


Hope that this helps you!


Kind regards,

Rui Barradas

Rank: #200

Hi Shailendra

Look this document, i think that help you.

Regards,

Rank: #143
Solution

Hello Shailendra,

You need to start going to the Forge and click into New Component button.

Then you will enter in this screen:


Then you just need to follow the instructions present in this page :)

Most likely, you may create an application (.oap file) with the extension inside (.xif file) and upload it or upload directly your .xif file 


Hope that this helps you!


Kind regards,

Rui Barradas

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MVP
Rank: #74

Hi Shailendra,

As stated in the documentation shared by Agno, the prefered format to share your work on the Forge is in .oap format (OutSystems Application Package).

You can simply create a new Application in Service Studio without it having any module included. Then you can move your extension into that newly created Application.

Now you can simply download your OutSystems Application Package and share it on the Forge.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Nordin

Rank: #143

Hello Shailendra,

You can move your Extension from its current location to another application by clicking in the arrow (right side) that appears in the image that Nordin shared.

It allows you to move that extension (or module) to another application.


Nordin suggestion was for you to create a new application and move your extension to it. Then you can simply upload that .oap file.


Hope that this helps you!


Kind regards,

Rui Barradas

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MVP
Rank: #74

Thanks for jumping in there, Rui!

Much appreciated :)