4.3 Adding Packages to an Existing Driver

You can add new functionality to an existing driver by adding new packages to it.

  1. Right-click the driver, then click Properties.

  2. Click Packages, then upgrade the already installed Loopback Base package.

    1. Select the package from the list of packages, then click the Select Operation cell.

    2. Click Upgrade from the drop-down list, then click Apply.

    3. Click OK to close the Package Management page.

  3. Click the Add Packages icon Driver icon.

  4. Select the packages to install.

    NOTE:The Loopback Entitlements package contains the content for Permission Collection and Reconciliation service. Select this package to enable this service.

  5. (Optional) If you want to see all available packages for the driver, clear the Show only applicable package versions option, if you want to see all available packages for the driver, then click OK.

  6. This option is only displayed on drivers. By default, only the packages that can be installed on the selected driver are displayed.

  7. Click Apply to install all of the packages listed with the Install operation.

  8. (Conditional) Fill in the fields with appropriate information to install the package you selected for the driver, then click Next.

  9. Read the summary of the installation, then click Finish.

  10. Click OK to close the Package Management page after you have reviewed the installed packages.

  11. Modify the driver configuration settings. See Configuring the Driver Settings.

  12. Deploy the driver. See Deploying the Driver.

  13. Start the driver. See Starting the Driver.

  14. (Conditional) Review the newly created or modified configuration objects. See Viewing Permission Collection and Reconciliation Service Configuration Objects.

  15. Repeat Step 1 through Step 8 for each driver where you want to add the new packages.