the documentation here says that with the version id in step 9 which is according to the documentation 0.1.0 which doesn’t make sense for me. Is the documentation correct at this point?
Furthermore in the Development Board → MyProject → MyVersion there is written
replace <TOKEN> with your user token
Where can I find my user token?
your right, step 11 shows the version id (uuid, not version number like 0.1.0) or the version-overview like you mentioned.
You can find your user-token in the http-cookies: Obtaining an example access token OR using the CTL to get one via the ssh-key OR you can use a device token, which can by created using the platform ui (open/create an equipment, create token).
Oh, thanks. But even after inserting the app-version-id I get:
ssh: Could not resolve hostname git.calponia.com: Name or service not known
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.
error: Could not fetch calponia
Also the trail to get the token ends with:
Have a look in this thread for ctl:
The first one looks like you in cooperate network, where you need to specify a proxy. You might end up in the next error, cause that network will block ssh-traffic at all by default. A suitable network for development is recommended.
The first one, was when using git-commands, right?
Then switch to git via http instead of ssh
Yes the first one was when using git commands.
When I try to access the repo via https I get:
error:1408F10B:SSL routines:ssl3_get_record:wrong version number
Please verify that you are using the right url:
- Go to your application-version
- Tab “sandbox”
- Section “Setup your git repository and add your code”
There should be an url like
git remote add calponia https://git:<TOKEN>@git.calponia.com/6dee5d53-a430-4f70-ae07-3f112ba01342.git
Use that one and replace the the
<token> with a valid token.
If it’s still not working, please create ticket and provide the used command (without token) as well as some system information (os, shell, proxy)