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Re: Error while running the first firefly project - Adobe Developer Cloud Extensibility 08-12-2021
Endpoints for updating Runtime actions are:adobeioruntime.net *.adobeioruntime.net If you project has a UI, it will need to upload static files to our CDN. The upload URL can be dynamic based on the backend system so I can not confirm it. Currently it's uploaded to AWS S3.

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Re: Access and rights to published workspaces - App Builder 08-12-2021
@humberto_munoz - once you published your prod workspace, it is read-only. If you need to make changes, you should revoke the published app, then change things in Dev Console and re-publish it.

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Re: Error while running the first firefly project - Adobe Developer Cloud Extensibility 29-11-2021
@Saif - based on the previous conversation, it seemed that your connection is blocked by a firewall.Similar report at https://github.com/adobe/aio-cli/issues/222Did you have a chance to work with your IT department on how to overcome it?

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Re: Getting DB Provider error with Adobe IO Rest Service - App Builder 19-11-2021
@suryapramodhd73 - to make sure I understand the problem correctly, please confirm:the error you described in the original question only occurred in prod namespace, both when you used `stateLib.init()` and `stateLib.init({ ow: { namespace, auth } })`.there was no error in other namespaces, both when you used `stateLib.init()` and `stateLib.init({ ow: { namespace, auth } })`.

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Re: Getting DB Provider error with Adobe IO Rest Service - App Builder 16-11-2021
@SahithiMalyala - I got your requirement, but why isn't this solution working?In your App Builder project, there are different workspaces for prod, stage, dev, etc. Each comes with its own Runtime namespace.If you deploy your app to a namespace, let's say dev, libState.init (without any param) will automatically pick the dev namespace. And the libState data is specific to that dev namespace only.If you deploy to stage later, you will have fresh data of stage. And the same for prod.In summary, th...

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Re: Adobe IO Runtime URL for AEM SPA SSR - Adobe Developer Runtime 15-11-2021
@drewglass1 - IO Runtime is part of App Builder, and you can find all related info here: https://www.adobe.io/app-builder/.After the trial request is approved, you will be able to create App Builder project, which contains Runtime actions to render SSR content for AEM.

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Re: Getting DB Provider error with Adobe IO Rest Service - App Builder 12-11-2021
@SahithiMalyala - could you try state init without custom ow auth. Simply this:let state = await libState.init();Why do you need to pass the custom Openwhisk namespace + auth?

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Re: Params are getting picked in shuffled structure from function - App Builder 11-11-2021
As discussed in direct conversation: it's expected that the order of key-value pairs in a JSON object is not quaranteed. If the library consuming it requires a specific order in the (stringified) JSON object, you could manually construct a raw string with the desired order, taking values from the original request body.

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Re: Params are getting picked in shuffled structure from function - App Builder 08-11-2021
@Naveen_Srinivas - regarding the different output order of JSON params, that's expected because it's a JSON object, not an array. So the order doesn't really matter here, because you get an item by `params['keyName'].For your second question, your action gets a request body in JSON, so it automatically parses it to a JSON object. The "__ow_body" param is only available and useful for non-JSON request body. See https://github.com/apache/openwhisk/blob/master/docs/webactions.md#http-context for mo...

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Re: AIO Runtime Caching Configuration- With Cache-Control Header is not working - Adobe Developer Runtime 02-11-2021
@banerjee_ronit - how are you inspecting the request? using Postman?Please make sure that you un-check "disable cache" in Postman settings (which is checked by default).And also you should make a GET call, not POST.

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