application deployment in side-projects

Asked by SFilatov

I've got an application uploaded in my main project, but since I'm trying to deploy it in a new project by non-admin user it logs:
"Package for class io.murano.Environment is not found" which indicates that it can't see applications

workaround for this - uploading packages again, but it's not what I expect it to be;
what is a correct solution for this?

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Alexander Tivelkov (ativelkov) said :

If you want your applications to be accessible to other projects, you should make them "public". To do that, go to "Murano" -> "Manage" -> "Package Definitions" and press a "Modify Package" button next to your package. In the appeared dialog check the "Public" checkbox and press "Submit".

You should do the same for the "Core library" package. The error you are getting clearly indicates that that is the core library which is missing for your project.

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SFilatov (sergeyfilatov) said :

All the packages are public, I can see them in dashboard, I can get list of them by python-client - client.packages.filter(catalog=True),
But the deployment error remains

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Ekaterina Chernova (efedorova) said :


Please, give information about your environment, so we can reproduce your problem.

What is the version of murano, what is the version of client?


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Alexander Tivelkov (ativelkov) said :

I would propose to file a bug at with a proper description etc. this is definitely an unexpected behavior of Murano, so it needs proper investigation.

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SFilatov (sergeyfilatov) said :

Thanks, moved issue into bug reports

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