So when I am asked to provide the domain name for ai-plugin, I provide my server as http://www.example.com:12345. But the system complains that “could not find manifest”. So far all the examples I saw use the standard http or https ports. Is it possible for us to serve the plugin on a customized port? We may not be able to serve our service on the standard ports.
Your help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!
With all these tweaks, I can get the same code base working on my localhost. I.e., the plugin at https://localhost:8000 works. But if I use the same code, and deploy it to our server, it still does NOT.
Specifically, it always fails with the message: Couldn’t find manifest.
But I can clearly see my ai-plugin.json at https://myserver.xyz/.well-known/ai-plugin.json.
Also I noticed that it seems like OpenAI never issued any web requests to my server. When I use chrome to access my server, I can see “200 OK” messages in my sever log. But I never saw these messages after I typed in my URL at chatgpt site.
What could be preventing openai server to even access my server? @logankilpatrick Your help will be greatly appreciated!