Exporting Package

I am trying to send my project to another environment but my project is created with community version and the new environment is license version. So, can I delete my project.json file and create a new json file which is comfortable with the new environment? Can I export the package which my xaml file and new json file?

@Lin_Myat

May I know Community and Enterprise Edition of Uipath studio you installed here ?

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No, I have community version and the other one is using license version. Can I send him the package with json file, json file for his environment. If I can, how could I do?

@Lin_Myat

Just zip the entire project folder and send to him. Then open Main.xaml file in Enterprise Edition of Uipath studio and if he get any error then delete project.json file under that project folder and reopen Main.Xaml file and check it.

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@lakshman

I know it is crazy but it there any other way to send him? Because I have a situation that I need to prepare everything for him. I mean I need to make a perfect package and send him so he don’t need to create new json file.

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@Lin_Myat

We no need to create json file and all. It will be created automatically in our project folder and it contains details like Packages installed in our project, project name and version etc…

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Can it run on another version? Because new environment will be different version.

@Lin_Myat

Yes it will run. Just you need to update packages. Don’t worry about json file and it will be updated automatically.

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Sorry Sir, I mean nupkg. I have to publish my project and give him the package *.nupkg. But we have different environment. How can I solve this?