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Bixby Developer Center

Guides

Working with the CAN Marketplace

About the CAN Marketplace

The Concept Action Network (CAN) Marketplace is a central repository for Bixby's capsules. You submit your capsules to the CAN for review, and approved capsules can then be downloaded by Bixby users. Bixby Developer Studio (Bixby Studio) includes tools for submitting your capsules and managing your submission history.

Private and Public Submissions

There are two kinds of capsule submissions: Private and Public. Use Private submissions for testing and Public submissions when submitting to the Marketplace. All submissions are standalone and do not build on previously submitted versions of your capsule.

Note

To submit a capsule, you must be on a team and a collaborator on capsule you want to submit. This is required even for private submissions.

Private Submission

A private submission lets you test whether a capsule is ready for public submission without affecting production environments. When you submit a capsule privately, you can verify whether the capsule would have been accepted for review or rejected for technical reasons. You'll also be able to review training summary reports generated for your capsule by the Bixby platform. If a private submission is rejected, you can examine the logs and reports to learn what problems need to be corrected before resubmitting.

You continue to have access to previous private submissions of a capsule, even if you make another private submission.

Public Submission

Unlike private submissions, public submissions are given unique versions. This means that every submission that is accepted creates a new version.

Note

Until the Bixby Marketplace is live, you can use public submissions to familiarize yourself with the submission process and to ensure team members can collaborate on your capsule.

Submit Your Capsule

To submit your capsule, you must be a collaborator for that capsule. Ensure that you have properly prepared your capsule, as described above.

Click the Submissions button (or press Ctrl+8 / Cmd+8) in the lower left-hand corner of Bixby Studio.

submission button

This will open a new "Submissions" tab in the main Bixby Studio window, showing the submission history.

Click Create New Submission and choose the Private or Public tab, depending on whether you want your new submission to be private or public (available in production environments).

submission

Select the capsule or capsules that you want to submit. You must enter a description for what has changed in the capsule(s) in the Description field.

Finally, click Submit Capsules.

The Submissions tab will return to the Submission History listing, with your newly-submitted capsules at the top of the list. Capsules appear with a green bar if they are accepted and red if they are rejected. If your capsule is rejected, the reports include the error, which helps you diagnose the error to correct it for re-submission.

If your capsule targets multiple devices or locales, all of the corresponding revisions must accept your submission. Otherwise, your submission is rejected.

To see your previous submissions, you can also check within Teams & Capsules.

Loading Revisions

To load a newly accepted revision, or even a previous one, you must use the revision number associated with it. You can see the revision when you expand a submission in the history list. Example: 2018-282-72135-internal. (The ID: is not part of the revision number.)

Note

Revision override is meant for debugging and does not affect the status of training.

There are two ways to load revision numbers into the simulator:

  1. Open the simulator by clicking the Simulator button Simulator button. Check the Revision Override check box and enter the revision number in the field. Click Load and then Confirm.

  2. From the submission view, click the simulator button to the right of the revision number. The simulator opens with Revision Override and the revision number pre-selected. Click Load and then Confirm.

Note

You can load private and public submissions, but not release submissions, in Bixby Studio.

Testing Your Training

If you've added or updated training examples in your capsule, you can test it by first compiling the NL model and then opening the training example in the Simulator.

You can also load Private versions on a Bixby device for on-device testing.