OK, so you are using a Cloud Orchestrator instance.
Here are a few things to try out:
- inside package.json, replace the version of “uipath-orchestrator” from “^1.1.0” to “*” to get the latest (then delete node_modules and re-run npm install)
- in your default.json’s “orchestrator” member, add the property “invalidCertificate”: true
- in your default.json’s “orchestrator” member, add the property “hostname”: “cloud.uipath.com”
May I ask what do u mean by direct access?
I mean do you use a proxy for internet access?
We have enabled Orchestrator access with IIS, but not for DialogFlow(We tried for DialogFlow but failed).
If you are using Cloud Orchestrator, how does IIS have anything to do with it?
I would like to clarify what does the line “[DEBUG] orchestrator-undefined” means in the attached screenshot.
I have double checked the code, but could not find a logger call in the orchestrator.js file corresponding to that line. Are you sure it isn’t something someone from your team added to help with the troubleshooting?