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SOLVED

Attaching a library to an environment

delanol30054703
Level 2
Level 2

I have an environment set up but not able to attach a library to it

When I go to the drop down menu None is selected and I see the environment that has been set up but it is greyed out

What do I need to do ?

1 Accepted Solution
Reyhan_Sadaka
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

Launch does require you to create a new library instance that you can put your changes into.

In "Publishing" there's a plus button on the far left in Development, you should be able to click that:

createlibrary1.png

And then you'll actually be able to create a Library to actually put your rules/data elements/etc into:

createlibrary2.png

Just give it a name and select the appropriate environment, and you should be good to go. You should also see it in the "Working Library" dropdown in the upper right after creation.

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5 Replies
Reyhan_Sadaka
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

Launch does require you to create a new library instance that you can put your changes into.

In "Publishing" there's a plus button on the far left in Development, you should be able to click that:

createlibrary1.png

And then you'll actually be able to create a Library to actually put your rules/data elements/etc into:

createlibrary2.png

Just give it a name and select the appropriate environment, and you should be good to go. You should also see it in the "Working Library" dropdown in the upper right after creation.

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Level 10
Level 10

Does the previous reply answer your question? If so, would you mind marking it correct?

danc76581001
Level 2
Level 2

The environment is still greyed out. What is not made clear is that only one library can sit in Development env at a time. You need to remove any existing libraries before adding new ones.

philgrant1
Level 1
Level 1
Thanks for mentioning that Dev env only allows for one library at a time, this saved me time.
dealerona854166
Level 1
Level 1
Having the same issue, and the comment does not solve how to make the library clickable for attaching to a created environment.