Does anybody have any update regarding the above mentioned issue?
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Go to the end of this thread and you'll see my comment, configure the .npmrc file, you are behind proxy.
Hi Gopi Gorantala,
I get to know from my network engineer we are not running behind any of the firewall/proxy. So this might not be the case.
I tried with the command npm install -g jive-sdk it is not running the jive-sdk file.
I am not sure why it is not running the sdk file as I can see in the folder structure it is present.
Is there anything wrong with the version I am having of Node?
If you are using jive-sdk v0.2.* you need to upgrade your Node.js runtime to at-least 4.x. Can you confirm which Node version you are using? "node -v"
I am already using 4.1.2 version node.js.
Is it possible for you to try another version of node (6.9/7.0, or even a clean install of Node 4.1.2)?
Basically...that error suggests that the npm install -g jive-sdk didn't add the command to the path. Also, have you tried closing the window and re-opening...to insure the path variables are interpreted?
There are known subtle environmental nuances with Windows and Node (not so much the jive-sdk per say) ...perhaps Rashed Talukder may have an idea.