Hello @Walter Koller
The DX Community Developer
program is something we started shortly after the Digital Exchange was originally launched. All of those assets had public GitHub repositories where any user was free to submit issues, pull/push code changes, and even fork the repositories. Those changes would be reviewed by my team, and a decision would be made as to whether they should be merged into the main code line. It was basically an open-source community development program for Blue Prism. Unfortunately, we had to step back from that program due to concerns regarding Federal regulations around sharing source code, etc. However, Blue Prism employees are still able to post assets under that mantle, and the vast majority of the assets published by my team are found under the DX Community Developer label.
The DX contains more than 2000 assets covering many different platforms and technologies. As much as we would like to provide full standard support for every asset, it's simply not possible. However, if you've spent any reasonable amount of time on the Blue Prism Community, you've no doubt noticed that the community performs an amazing job of helping out other community members when there are questions/issues related to Blue Prism or DX assets. Further, there is an option on every community asset to Contact Support
. That will put you in touch with the DX support team. DX support is best effort, so there are no SLAs attached to those requests. While it is another avenue to get assistance, I always recommend coming to the community first.
We'll be introducing a few feature to the DX in the coming months that will allow us to post more technical content with each asset. Previously, we would post things like source code under the marketing collateral, but we decided a better approach is to extend the technical asset area. Once that feature goes live, we'll have the source code of the Runtime Resource Monitor posted. In the meantime, feel free to DM me and I can get it over to you if that would help alleviate some of your concerns.
asset submitted to the Digital Exchange goes through marketing and technical reviews. Nothing is blindly posted to the DX. The DX was created with the intent to assist Blue Prism customers to build solutions faster by leveraging pre-built connectors and processes where ever possible and to fill gaps in core product functionality where it makes sense. I believe we've done, and continue to do, a pretty good job at hitting that mark.