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The Package Viewer is initially displayed empty. To search for packages, select the type of package you are looking for from the drop list (currently only Docker images are supported), and provide a search term. Note you can use the '?' and '*' wildcards in the same way they are used in Artifactory's Search module. The Package Viewer will display all packages that match your search term from all repositories that you have permissions to view.
Only Docker v2 Supported
The Package Viewer only supports Docker V2 images and tags. Docker V1 images and tags will not be returned for any search in the Package Viewer.
The search results displays basic information such as the repositories in which each package found is hosted, the number of times it has been downloaded, last update and other package type-specific information. For example, in the case above, we see the number of tags associated with the Docker image found.
Repositories in which the package is found
Click the repository name displayed to see the full list of repositories in which the package is found.
You can now click an entry and drill down to view further details about the selected package.
The Package Details view is divided into two main panels. The panel on the top provides summary information including total number of downloads over all repositories in which the package is found, and when the package was last modified in any of those repositories.
The lower panel lists all instances of the package along with data about that specific instance. Package type-specific information may also be available. For example, for Docker images, you may click an icon to view the Docker manifest for the selected image.
Depending on the package format, you may be able to click a specific instance of a package to drill down even further. For example, in the case of a Docker image, you can click one of the tags found to view the layers that make up the selected tag.