Publishing a template is changing its state from the initial Draft state to either Enabled Internal or Public.
Enabled Internal: Templates created by PMG teams that can only be used by other PMG teams
Public: Template available in Alli Marketplace for any client(PMG & non-PMG).
How do you request your template to be published as Enabled Internal and Public:
In order to do this you’ll have to have the template QA’d that means:
All description fields (description, preview, setup, and overview) are filled out and anyone could create an app based on reading these instructions.
Template variables are easy to understand, and anyone who did not create the app can figure out what is required for each one.
The code uses no hard-coded client information or client-specific environment variables.
The code exists in a GitHub repo and is either referenced directly or if using Node/R is in a zip folder that copies the repo.
The branch of the repo that you’re building your script on has gone through the PR process and has been approved by at least two members of the Technical team.
All variables that are sensitive must use the password variable type.
Not required but the output should be well logged and easy to read. This isn't a requirement but will make QAing apps built on the template easier for support teams.