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The instructions on this page will explain how feature repositories can be added to a product and managed using the management console. All the features that are built into WSO2 products are available in the WSO2 Feature Repository. Therefore, if a specific feature is not installed in your product, you can install it using the WSO2 feature repository. Alternatively, if you have developed features, you can add them to the product by creating a new feature repository.

You can log in to the product's management console and click Features in the Configure menu as shown below.
Feature management

The Repository Management tab allows you to view or modify feature management settings. 
Repository management

See the following topics for more information.

Adding a Repository

  1. To add a feature repository, click Add Repository in the Manage Repositories screen.
    Add new repository
  2. Provide a convenient name and the URL of the repository. You can also add a repository that is downloaded to your computer by giving the file path of the directory in the Local field shown below.
    Add new repository

Tip

The official WSO2 Carbon features are available in a Equinox P2 repository at : http://dist.wso2.org/p2/carbon/releases. Equinox P2 provides provisioning technology for OSGi-based applications such as WSO2 Carbon.

Editing a Repository

  1. Select a repository to modify and click Edit link:
    Edit repository
  2. You can specify a new name.
    !repository-name.png|alt="Add repository name"

This page allows you to change the repository name only. If you want to change the URL, you need to remove the old repository and add the new one.

Enabling/Disabling a Repository

To enable/disable a repository, click the Enable or Disable link associated with the repository:

Disable repository

By default, all the repositories are enabled. When you perform a provisioning operation, metadata and artifacts are searched only from the enabled repositories.

Deleting a Repository

  1. Select a repository to delete and click Remove.
    Remove repository
  2. Confirm your request.
    Remove repository
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