Deploying libraries to orchestrator via azure devops

Hey all,

I am trying to build a build pipeline for some libraries that my company has. I saw in some other topics ([here](Publish Packages to orchestrators with Azure DevOps - #43 by ThomasStocker and here that is is possible since a year or so to deploy a library. Unfortunately, after finally getting my pipelines for processes to work, I’m still having trouble with the pipelines for the libraries.

These are the current steps in my pipeline:


in the UiPath Pack step I get the following error during the compilation of the library:
"Unexpected error has occurred during the library compilation process:
Unable to create activity builder for BV_WaitTillScreenIsVisible.xaml. Reason was ‘The type ‘InArgument(uit:TerminalConnection)’ of property ‘in_TerminalConn’ could not be resolved.’

It then fails:
##[error]Error packaging project: Error: The process ‘D:\agent_work_tool\uipcli\1.0.8136-25036\x64\uipcli.exe’ failed with exit code 1

Do you guys have any clue where to look? This library works when uploaded manually to orchestrator. I have tried the Choose output type option on both Ouput type of the project and Pack a library object

I hope you can help me, warm regards,

Natasja wezel

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