Updating an Integration's Release

Step 1: Navigate to the "Integrations" resource within the Admin Dashboard and select the integration you wish to update. Once on the integration view page, click Configure.

Step 2: Within the configuration settings, navigate to the repository settings and confirm their accuracy

Repo Settings
  • Repository URL: A link to the repository Bitbucket, Azure, or Github.
  • Repository Tracking Branch: You can tell us the branch to track for releases. Every time we see this branched pushed we will create a new Release.
  • Repository Path: Path to PANDIUM.yaml relative to the root of the repository. If left blank, we will look for the file in the root.

Step 3: Navigate to your source control tenant. You can do this from your Tenant view list or by clicking on your source control integration under the Pandium section of Integrations and viewing the listed tenants.

Step 4: Run a sync. Depending on your preferences, you can use either a normal sync or a force build.

Upon running a normal sync, the source control looks for the URL paths in your repository denoted on your integrations. It will build a new release for the first integration in which it finds changes in the codebase. This sync can be set to run on a schedule but many prefer to run it manually as needed.

Using a Force Build

  1. 1.
    If you are working on one integration at a time, it might behoove you to use force build. First, run an init sync on your source control tenant. This will populate a list of all integrations in your account.
  2. 2.
    Click into the configurations of your source control tenant. Under 'force build' select the integration you would like to force build. Save the configurations.
  3. 3.
    On the source control tenant, select 'Force Build' under the sync options.
  4. 4.
    The force build sync will always create a new release of the integration you have selected to force build.

Step 5: Set the Default Release (optional)

Upon navigating back to your selected integration's configuration page where you set your repository settings, you will see a "Default Release" selector. The default release will be the version of the integration that your customers will automatically be provisioned upon installing the integration from your marketplace. There must be a default release selected for your customers to install the integration.