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Zip files being very common, Install Manager enforces a strict naming policy for its packages1). Install Manager will only pay attention to a zip file whose name matches a specific pattern. This matching process is performed using a precise regular_expression, documented in detail below.
The initial regular expression used by Install Manager to validate the name of packages that are located in the active account's specified “Download To” folder is:
Below is an annotated example followed by additional information about the naming pattern used and what the various parts are used for and/or mean.
Source Prefix | | Product/Package ID Delimiter | | | | Package ID/Name Delimiter | | | | | | File Extension Delimiter | | | | | | | | File Extension | | | | _ /\ | | |/ \ IM00014812-01_GenesisStarterEssentials.zip \______/ \/ \______________________/ | | | | | Product [Part] Name | | | Package ID | Product SKU/ID