I'm working on POC where I need to access Adobe I/O runtime. I'm following below link to setup my environment
Under Creating a Namespace and retrieving the credentials section -
As per documentation the steps mentioned - when I open the developer console and click on create a new project, the project created successfully but I can't able to find Workspace, chose workspace like Production, Workspace overview section, and download all button
instead above steps can only see if I Create a project from template section and chose Project Firefly as a template where all above option able to see.
So the question is which option I supposed to chose? which is correct?
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Hi @Gokul_Agiwal looks like you don't have access to Runtime yet. You should follow the instructions on Getting access (https://www.adobe.io/apis/experienceplatform/runtime/docs.html#!adobedocs/adobeio-runtime/master/ove...) first to request Runtime access for your org!
Hi @Gokul_Agiwal - can you try following the instruction here to "Create new project from template"? https://www.adobe.io/apis/experienceplatform/project-firefly/docs.html#!AdobeDocs/project-firefly/ma...
This is the latest version. The one you tried before might be outdated.
I'm trying to work on Adobe launch API and following this guide to develop notification service https://medium.com/adobetech/adobe-experience-platform-launch-notification-service-with-adobe-i-o-ru...
As per Implementation steps mentioned in above guide, I cam across two URL one is related to Adobe I/O runtime and project firefly
So just a quick question to enable launch notification service do I need create through project firefly or Adobe I/O runtime itself enough ?
Thank you in advance.
I'd recommend you to go through the second tutorial (set up a Firefly project in Console). Firefly Projects in Console allows you to do all the operations you could use in regular projects (like adding event registration and apis), and allows you to develop in multiple environments with the help of the Adobe I/O CLI.
When you initialize the project, just skip the "web assets" option and you will be able to initialize your application as a microservice. Then you can choose which action you'd like to use as the webhook! Hope this helps.
Apologies for not replying back to this message.
As I'm working on this https://medium.com/adobetech/adobe-experience-platform-launch-notification-service-with-adobe-i-o-ru... poc and using project firefly
Just a quick query - when I'm initialize the project skipping the web asset option is ok as I don't have any UI to show but then under the
Actions - is Adobe launch api comes under Generic actions? and other Events / CI CD needs to be there.
@Gokul_Agiwal - selecting Generic under Actions is the right way to go as we don't have yet a template for Launch API. In that action you can write any code, including calling Launch API using node-fetch.
Events and CI/CD are optional for the app. It depends on your needs to add them or not. If not now, you can also add them anytime in the future with "aio app add ...".