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How to share a blueprint on Ravello Repo

Sharing a blueprint enables others to view and create copies of the blueprint, which can then be edited to suit the needs of other organizations. If you make changes to the shared blueprint in your library, they are automatically reflected in the version that is visible to other users. (If users make changes to their own copies of the item, these changes do not affect the blueprint in your library in any way.)

Note: Sharing permissions must be defined in the user’s permissions group. If you are not authorized to share blueprints, contact your system administrator. 

Note: You must have a public profile before you can share library items on Ravello Repo. For details on setting up your profile, refer to Set Up Your User Profile.

Important: Make sure that the blueprint does not contain any confidential or proprietary information before sharing it. 

To share a blueprint on Ravello Repo:

1     In the Library > Blueprints page, select the blueprint you want to share, then do one of the following:

  • Click Share > Manage sharing, and click Ravello Repo in the Manage Blueprint Sharing dialog box.
  • Click Share > Share Publicly on Ravello Repo.

2     In the Step 1: Short description field, enter a brief description of the blueprint (max.160 characters).
      This description will appear on the front page of Ravello Repo. Then click
Next.

 3     Click Review/edit Blueprint Documentation to update the documentation section of the blueprint and
        provide useful information to other Ravello users. The documentation provided is important to improving
        the usability of shared items. After updating the documentation, click Next.

Note: The documentation section is written in a “markdown” editor.

If there is no documentation attached to the blueprint when you click Next, you are prompted to add it now.
If you do not wish to do so, click Continue Anyway.

4     If you have not already done so, read the Terms of Service and Additional Terms of Service, then select I accept.

5     Click Share. The blueprint is shared with on the Ravello Repo portal.

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