Integration with Enterprise 4¶
Anaconda Navigator has everything a user needs to set up the Enterprise 4 API domain and login with credentials. You can then add channels and install or update packages from Anaconda Enterprise 4 with Anaconda Navigator.
To integrate with Enterprise 4:
Click Connect in the top right corner of the Navigator application.
Click Sign in next to Enterprise 4 Repository. You can only be signed into one repository service at a time.
If this is the first time you are logging in to Enterprise 4, you’ll be asked to set your Enterprise 4 domain. Enter your domain and click Set Domain.
The domain must be a full path without a trailing slash. For example: http(s)://enterprise-mysite.com
Enter the credentials you use to log in to your Enterprise 4 platform.
Click Login. If all credentials are correct, you will be signed in.
A few things happen internally when you successfully log out:
- The Conda configuration file (
.condarc) returns to the state it was in before the login. (Navigator saves a copy of the
.condarcfile before a login is attempted.)
- The access token created in the Enterprise 4 instance is removed.
- The access token that was stored locally is removed.
To update the Enterprise 4 API domain, go to the navigation bar and click Preferences. In Enterprise 4 Repository API domain, enter the new domain name:
Alternatively, this API domain can be set through the
In Preferences, click Configure Navigator:
In the pop-up, find the option
Enter your domain name (by default, the value is set to
Click Save and Restart. The application will restart and the setting will be set.
You can also change this setting directly in the
anaconda-navigator.ini file, which is located by default in
/.anaconda/navigator in your home directory.