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Access to Exchange Packages

   Exchange This topic is related to the Avoka Exchange.  |   Platform Developer |  v5.0 & Higher   This feature is related to v5.0 and higher.

There are two ways to access Exchange packages:

  • You can easily download the packages directly from the Avoka Exchange catalog into your Journey Manager environment.
  • Or via an archive ZIP file for all earlier versions of Journey Manager.

Access to Exchange packages for Journey Manager v18.05 and higher

 |  v18.05 This feature was introduced in v18.05.

Use the Avoka Exchange to download and install the required package directly into your Journey Manager environment. You will need permissions to access the Avoka Exchange.

We suggest filtering by region to confirm the package is available in your region, before installing.

For more information on installing Exchange Packages using the Avoka Exchange see Package Installation.

Access to Exchange packages via ZIP for Journey Manager v5.0 - v17.10

 |  v5.0 - v17.10   This feature is related to v5.0 to v17.10.

An archive ZIP file gives you access to the Exchange package for all earlier versions of Journey Manager (v5.0 - v17.10). If you are working on a project on Journey Manager that requires access to one or more Exchange packages, send an email to exchange@avoka.com with the following details:

  • Customer Name - Identify the customer who will be using the package.
  • Manager Version - Note the Manager version number of the target environment.
  • Intended Usage - Describe the use case(s) that the package will be applied to.

The Exchange team will review your request to ensure the package is compatible with your target environment and intended use case(s) before making the requested package available, in the form of an archive file in the ZIP format, called a Transact Distribution Package or TPac.

For more information on installing Exchange Packages using a ZIP file see Package Installation.