On the Solution Collection Repositories page, administrators can create, modify and remove solution collection repositories.
The solution collections you find when adding resources in a project are sourced from these solution collection repositories. Here, you will be able to view all repositories and you can add in any repositories needed to source your solution collections.
You will find Verified Solution Collection Repositories on the first half of this page. A Verified Solution Collection Repository is sourced from a verified publisher.
You can click on the name of a solution collection repository to view the details of the repository.
You can choose to show or hide repositories and this will change which solution collections are displayed when users are adding resources to a project. If you hide a repository, users will not be able to add a solution collection from that repository.
Please note that you cannot delete a verified solution collection repository. If you would like to remove a verified repository please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To create a solution collection repository, click on Add at the top right of the ‘Tenant Solution Collection Repositories’ section. If there are no tenant solution collection repositories, you can also use the button in the center New Solution Collection Repository.
You will first need to provide a name so you can easily identify this later.
You will then need to choose a token lifetime that can be either 3, 6, or 12 months.
You will also choose whether to show repositories when provisioning a solution collection. If you hide repositories, solution collections in this repository will not be shown to users adding a solution collection to a project.
Click Create to add this repository.
Once created, it will be added to the ‘Tenant Solution Collection Repositories’ section.
You can view the details of this solution collection repository by clicking on either the name of the solution collection or the View Details button and it will display the container name, container URL, storage account name, SAS token and SAS token expiry, as well as whether it will show repositories when provisioning a solution collection.
You can find the storage account used for a repository beside the name of the solution collection repository.
You can also find the container URL link of your solution collection repository in its row.
You can copy your SAS token for this solution collection repository using the Copy button on the right of the SAS token.
You can choose to regenerate a new SAS token.
If you generate a new token for this solution collection here, you will next have to choose the new token lifetime.
If you manually change the SAS token, Loome will notify all administrators.
All administrators will be emailed a week before a token is going to expire. Loome will update a token that has one week to expire and will notify you that you need to update your push method with this new token.
You can also show or hide a tenant solution collection repository.
If you hide a repository, solution collections from that repository will not be shown to users when adding solution collections to projects.
You can delete a solution collection repository using the Delete button.
You cannot remove repositories that have been added from Verified Publishers. If you would like to remove a verified repository please contact email@example.com.