Validating package spec custom
Note: If you select to build business functions with the package build, the system does not copy bin32, lib32, and object (.obj) files because Oracle's JD Edwards Enterprise One Bus Build program creates them.
Note: If you select to build business functions with the package build, the system does not copy bin32, lib32, and object (.obj) files because the JD Edwards Enterprise One Bus Build program creates them.
To help differentiate your package from the thousands of others in the library, it's a great idea to create your own logo.
Logos must be a 64x64 pixel image with a transparent background, and are included in the A file is a great way of providing your users with instructions on how to use your package.
Whilst not essential, it makes life somewhat easier if you include the .nuspec file in the root of your project. This is the basic structure that you can use to create your first package.
A URL for a 64x64 image with transparent background to use as the icon for the package in UI display. If you don't specify one, your package will have the default Nuget logo.
Creating a Nuget Package is a relatively straightforward process, but can be a little daunting the first time.
needs to run from within your project folder, so the simplest method is to drop into this from a a command prompt or powershell window. Once you have your .nupkg file ready, you can now deploy it to Nuget.
Org At this point, we're assuming you have already created an account on Nuget. You can simply upload your .nupkg file to nuget by visiting https:// Nuget will open your package, read the .nuspec file, and publish your package all in a single step.
You can create an API key from within your account on Nuget. REM Move to project folder cd E:\Err Log\Err Log Nuget\ REM Configure Nuget Settings nuget config -Set repository Path="E:\Err Log\packages" nuget set Api Key aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee REM Create Nuget Package nuget pack -Include Referenced Projects -properties Configuration=Release REM Deploy to Nuget.
Org nuget push *.nupkg -Source https:// Your Nuget package page gives you a handy summary of your package downloads, as well as more detail in the form of a pivot table, allowing you to review downloads per version and per client type.This will is displayed in Visual Studio after your package is installed, and is written using markdown. Once you've created your .nuspec file, it's now time to build your package! Org provides an application that is used to bundle your library into a Nuget package.