What is the activities decoupling?
Hi, Help link in License Details popup is not working correctly.
Help link is pointing out to: https://studio.uipath.com/docs/about-licensing now. Can you please confirm?
Activities decoupling means that the old UiPath.Core.Activities package is now split into UiPath.UIAutomation.Activities and UiPath.System.Activities. They are installed by default now when you create a new project and are installed only if you used the activities they contain when you open an already created project.
Every time I start the beta, it asks me to activate even though I am provide a license. Is there anyway to stop this?
Did you get the beta installer from this link: https://download.uipath.com/beta/UiPathStudioSetup.exe?
I think what happens is that you are opening the installer. Please try to open from
%localappdata%/UiPath/UiPath.Studio . Let me know if this solves the issue.
Hey Aksh, we are also excited about this new release. Keep the feedback coming
@ovi Yes, I did get if from the link. I should have also mentioned that the executable from the link doesn’t seem to install UiPath at all so the only option I have to start UiPath is to start from UiPathStudioSetup.
@ovi I manually created a shortcut to the path you mentioned and it works as expected. I hope activating it multiple times on the same machine didn’t count against the activations assigned to the license. Thanks.
Hi @ovi, has the beta version been tested against REFramework? I tested the alpha version previously and encountered some errors.
Just one question in this new Beta have you tried resolving the issue that when you download and install the community edition it doesn’t create start menu shortcuts and you have to do a deep dive into app data/ folders to find the exe.
Also Apple just reached $1 trillion, Don’t you think not having a DMG installer for UIPath is hurting.