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How to install or update dependencies

Check the status of the dependencies by selecting Setup on the bottom right of Experience Builder.

Check setup widget

If Experience Builder doesn't manage to automatically install or update dependencies, you need to do this process manually.

To install or update Experience Builder dependencies manually, follow these steps:

  1. Start the manual installation of the dependencies by doing one of the following:

    • Select your user name, select Settings, and then select Update <outdated-dependency> or Install <outdated-dependency>, where <outdated-dependency> is the missing or outdated dependency. For example, if the Experience Builder Components dependency is outdated, select Update Experience Builder Components.

      Updated Experience Builder Components

    • Select Setup, and then select Install the components manually.

      Update componenents using setup widget

  2. In the Install <outdated-dependency> dialog, select Download <outdated-dependency> and save the .osp file in your computer.

  3. Select Service Center console > Factory > Solutions.

  4. In Service Center, select Upload & Publish a Solution.

  5. Select Choose File and select the .osp file that you downloaded in step 3.

  6. Select 1-Click Publish.

  7. Validate if the Solution is successfully published by checking for a Done: The solution was successfully published message.

  8. In Experience Builder, select the checkbox to confirm you completed all the steps, and then click on the Installation complete.

After completing these steps, Experience Builder re-checks and updates the status of your dependencies.

Up to date dependencies

Repeat the previous steps for each missing or outdated dependency.

Experience Builder apps have dependencies for various apps and components. For more information see, Extend your Experience Builder app in Service Studio.

Apps created with Experience Builder use custom UI patterns and actions included the Experience Builder Components package. For more information, see Experience Builder Components package reference.

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