Can not use Http Request

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#1

I have install the latest version 2018.1 of UiPath Studio, but I can not find Http Request Tool in it. Also I can not find UiPath.Web.Activities.Design.HttpClientWithBodyFactory this package installed.

My environment is Win 10.

Could anyone provide suggestion?
Many thanks.

Orvin


#2

Hi @ochen027,
Please take a look :

Regards
Balamurugan


#3

Have you tried installing the packages from Manage Package option?


#4

Thanks @balupad14 , but it seems that this video deprecated.
and I know that, but there is no web package in my Manage Package.
So I can not use this application integration to call web service.


#5

Thanks @pawanbag
BUT in my UiPath Studio, I can not find this package, either in Installed nor in Available.
Any more suggestion?


#6

@ochen027

It isn’t obvious at first but you need to go to the second page of the Packages. It’s a little arrow bottom right.

Regards
Troy


#7

Thanks @tmays, I found it, but when I have installed it, the Activities do not show it. Please check attachment.


#8

Oh wow. You’re not seeing any activities. Have you ever seen any others besides System? Have you restarted Studio?

This seems kinda drastic but take a look at this post and see if anything in there helps.


#9

Thanks @tmays
I have reinstall UiPath and it seems Activities shows correct, but in manage package, it shows I have installed Web package, but activities still do not show http request, only have Orachestrator HTTP Request, this request can not call webservice by OAuth.


#10

Type HTTP in Search Activities. HTTP Request is under App Integration.

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#11

Thanks your help, @tmays
I know that app integration, but when I have install web package, the tree still do not have this element.
Please check screenshot from my environment.


#12

Dang dude. I don’t know. Have you tried installing on a different machine? yeah not much help, I know. Sorry.


#13

Thank you all the same, it seems it is ok on my colleague’s PC, but the version is 2017, not the latest version.