Hi,We are using infragistics "@infragistics/igniteui-angular": "~13.2.16" in our packge.json file.We generated the token for one of the user accounts, and configured registry, username (email), token and always-true in .npmrc file.Also, we have configured the varibales in in the pipeline. (as per the link https://www.infragistics.com/products/ignite-ui-angular/angular/components/general/ignite-ui-licensing#azure-pipelines-configuration). But still, when the CI pipelines runs, it fails with below errorError during npm install in Azure DevOps CI pipelineGET 401 https://packages.infragistics.com/npm/js-licensed/@infragistics%2figniteui-angular 523ms (cache skip)npm verb stack HttpErrorGeneral: 401 Unauthorized - GET https://packages.infragistics.com/npm/js-licensed/@infragistics%2figniteui-angular - UnauthorizedIf we relace "~" with "^", then it is giving 404 error.npm http fetch GET 404 https://registry.npmjs.org/@infragistics%2figniteui-angular 245ms (cache skip).It is working fine locally. Can you please let us in this, how can we download the package in azure pipeline?
Hello,As I mentioned in my initial response error 401 means that you do not have access to the packages due to a lack of ‘_auth’ section or wrong token at the .npmrc file. So, did you have the chance to verify that everything is correct i.e. the token is valid and in the .npmrc you are not setting ‘auth’ instead of ‘_auth’?
Also, you can try login to our ProGet site, and check whether you see iginteui-angular package under the js-licensed feed here.
Regarding the 404 error, please let me know whether you are setting https://packages.infragistics.com/npm/js-licensed/ as @infragistics:registry.
In addition, I have created a private case with an ID C-00226301 for you and will continue sending updates through it.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Sincerely,Teodosia HristodorovaSoftware Developer
Yes we are able to access pro site and we have responded to your email with data requested