Nyeche
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Finding the OO Dotnet SDK 10.51.1

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Hello everyone,

I cannont seem to find the OO SDKs anywhere online. I found a link to the java SDK in the Forum but nothing about the .NET one. A search on HPELN was also fruitless and I am starting to despair.

Are they maybe situated anywhere on the Central/RAS/Studio installs?

Or could maybe someone provide me a direct link to the dotnet SDK?

 

Thank you ,

Best Regards.

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Re: Finding the OO Dotnet SDK 10.51.1

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Hi, 

The sdk for OO is located with the iso/zip archive of the released product. Since 10.51 is just an upgrade on top of 10.50 it uses the 10.50 SDK (if you still have the iso/zip archive for 10.50 check there).

 

The SDK is also available under HPLN  (https://hpln.hpe.com/product/operations-orchestration/resources/tools ), however the SDK found there is the latest released version of the SDK (currently 10.70). Do note that if using the latest SDK with older releases you may encounter some compatibility errors (maven version and so on). 

Hope this helps,

Vlad

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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: Finding the OO Dotnet SDK 10.51.1

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Hi, 

The sdk for OO is located with the iso/zip archive of the released product. Since 10.51 is just an upgrade on top of 10.50 it uses the 10.50 SDK (if you still have the iso/zip archive for 10.50 check there).

 

The SDK is also available under HPLN  (https://hpln.hpe.com/product/operations-orchestration/resources/tools ), however the SDK found there is the latest released version of the SDK (currently 10.70). Do note that if using the latest SDK with older releases you may encounter some compatibility errors (maven version and so on). 

Hope this helps,

Vlad

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Nyeche
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Re: Finding the OO Dotnet SDK 10.51.1

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Thank you very much!

I for some reason completely occulted the resource Tab when looking on HPLN. I was also able to find it on the install packages.

 

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