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In the scenario where you have limited admin control of a server (e.g. devops do it but take a week to get anything done) and you need to be able to deploy a package update to it for testing/updating bespoke packages that won't ever realistically be for open sale in the Marketplace or require PRB, is there a way of putting a package into the Marketplace area such that it's private to yourself but can of course be seen by any C5 instances you have granted licenses to so that you can deploy upgrades via the dash to servers you don't have filesystem level access to ?

If not is this kind of private space something worth considering, even for a small monthly diskspace rental?

surefyre
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JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
For 5.6, there is a package on github 'Upload and install Packages'. Install that manually and as super-admin you can update non-marketplace packages without needing host admin or ftp.

For 5.7/5.8 I have my own toolset that includes similar functionality, but its very specific to the way I work so no use to others.

I think Remo has a similar 5.7 utility somewhere on github if you search for it.
surefyre replied on at Permalink Reply
surefyre
Thanks John, will investigate.

Devops have indicated they could provide a script which could allow a zip uploaded and unpacked to /packages dir which would be good, too. Defo need some sort of fallback though, in case!
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