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How to include local node package in custom API

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edited Sep 27, 2018 11:58AM in Digital Assistant and Mobile 5 comments

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Need to add a local node package to custom API

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Hi All,

I developer a custom API for AMCe and that one is using a local node package that contains some utilities. How do I include it in my custom API so it is deployed properly using omce-deploy ?

This is the situation: Custom API depends on my utilities package.

Utilities package's package.json contains :  "name": "eproseed-js-utils", 

When using it locally, it can refer to it in my API's package.json as follows:

"dependencies": {
    "eproseed-js-utils": "file:eproseed-js-utils"}

However, when using omce-deploy, this (obviously) does not work. Runtime cannot find my utils package. I am not "willing" to install my package in a 'global' or 'private' npm repo. Is there any way to make this work? 

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