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Package repository data model

Suggest edit Updated on October 7, 2021

Learn more about the topology of the package repository that is controlled by Pega Robot Manager. That repository provides an intuitive folder tree for browsing and managing your package data.

Note: Robot Manager automatically creates and updates the folder tree within the package repository as packages are uploaded.

The tree structure of the repository for package data is similar to the structure of a local Pega Package Server. The <root> directory corresponds to the repository key and resides at the top of the structure:

<root>/ROBOT_MANAGER/packages/<package_id>/<package_version>, as shown in the following example.

Package repository data model
Example of the directory structure for the Package repository data
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Each <package_version> folder contains the following files:

  • Binary files that have the .OpenSpan extension
  • Configuration files that have the .xml extension
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