An Overview of the Enterprise App Exchange
This article is a guide on how to use Tulip’s Enterprise App Exchange feature.
Similar to how users can install apps from the Tulip Library, the Enterprise App Exchange feature allows users to create a library of apps within their instance to easily share with other workspaces. A prerequisite for this feature is to enable workspaces and have a designated Workspace to house the Enterprise App Exchange applications.
Enable the Enterprise App Exchange Feature
To enable the Enterprise App Exchange feature, click the user icon on the top right of the screen, then go to Account Settings in the dropdown tab. In the left navigation, click on App Exchange. Toggle the Enable Enterprise App Exchange button and select a Workspace from which you can add apps to the Enterprise App Exchange.
Once you have more than one app on the app exchange, an expandable list reveals data associated with the apps installed across multiple instances and subscriptions to this app exchange.
Add an App to the Enterprise App Exchange
Navigate to the workspace specified for the Enterprise App Exchange and publish a Version of an application.
Go to the published application and click the Add to Enterprise App Exchange button.
When the window shown below opens, type a description for the app and click Publish.
Notice that the app icon changed after it has been published. This indicates that this app has been added to the Instance's Enterprise App Exchange.
When making modifications to this app and wanting the new Published Version in the Enterprise App Exchange, the user needs to remove the app from the App Exchange prior to re-adding it.
Install from the Enterprise App Exchange in Any Workspace
To install from the Instance's Enterprise App Exchange, create a new app and click on the App Exchange tab. All applications added to the Enterprise App Exchange are listed under this tab.
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