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how to access https://packages.atlassian.com/api/npm/atlassian-npm? Edited

Hi,everyone.I came up with a problem when I build my app in confluence.It said that I have no authority to access a package called https://packages.atlassian.com/api/npm/atlassian-npm/@atlassian/solicitorio/-/@atlassian/solicitorio-0.0.3.tgz

It needs username and password.

I tried my atlassian.com account,but it's not correct.

Does anyone know how to solve this?

Please help!

2 answers

Any tint,please?

Where could I find the package and intall it?

or Where could I sign up?

Please help me!

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That's not a package that is publicly accessible.  You'll need to re-work the code that depends on it so that it does not.

Oh.I see.

Thank you very much!

By the way,is all of this kind of package that not publicly accessible need to re-work the code?

I am sorry, I do not understand that question.  All I can tell you is that when a package is not public, you can't use it in your code.

Is this kind of package what developers need to implement by themselves?

I think we need to know why you think you need it.

I doule click the build.bat in confluence folder,but it build failure.

It said that can't get the .tgz package.

And I tried built Jira source code,too.Also,there are some .tgz package couldn't be retrieved.

I don't know what to do,how to solve these problems,and where could I get the answer.

The point is what the purpose of these packages,could I just remove them simply?

Any idea?

I was little about the source code.And I really love atlassian products.They are very useful.

I really want to research them.But when I tried to retrieve these packages,it said that I need an account log in.

I tried my atlassian account which has a start license,but failed.

I don't know how to solve this problem.

Where could I sign up for an authorized account?

Is these packages necessary?If not,just remove them simply?

Any idea?

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