Add-On Store URLs

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Does anyone know how the Add-On store works with pulling down manifests and content? What URLs do I need to white-list in order to enable the server to be able to get to the Add-On store (the deployment is very locked down). Are 3rd party Add-Ons hosted on the same URLs, or on the 3rd party site URLs?

If anyone happens to know the answers it would be appreciated as using a HTTP listener and testing everything would be somewhat time consuming!

Thanks!

#88537
Jul 16, 2014 12:28
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Hi Dan

I first thought this would be easy by just using the Get-EPiAddOnFeeds PowerShell command ( http://world.episerver.com/Blogs/Sergey-Vorushilo/Dates/2013/12/Command-line-support-for-Add-On-system/ ) but it just returns the filter tag names.

... but the again if you ILSpy the assembly EPiServer.Packaging and look in the EPiServer.Packaging.Constants you'll find the DefaultFeedUrl with value: https://addons-api.episerver.com/feed/

So I guess that is the only url but it contains the add-ons tagged with : EPiServerAddOns, EPiServerBetaAddOns and ThirdPartyAddOns (to be able to filter them in the EPiServer Add-Ons UI)

To be able to add our own feeds see: http://world.episerver.com/Documentation/Items/Developers-Guide/EPiServer-CMS/75/Modules/Add-ons/ (section: Creating additional repositories)

Hope this helps, cheers Antti

#88544
Jul 16, 2014 15:19
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Thanks Antti... this is exactly the info I was looking for!

#88546
Jul 16, 2014 15:28
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