Get Orchestrator asset

I am getting the following error when I run my project in the initallsettings file:
Get Orchestrator asset: Folder does not exist or the user does not have access to the folder. Error code: 1100

What is wrong? I have not edited the file. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Hi @Nenna_Anya ,

Could you query Row(“OrchestratorQueueFolder”).ToString in the Immediate Panel and check if that folder exists in the Orchestrator?

If so, then try querying the Row(“Asset”).ToString, and verify if the Asset exists in the Orchestrator.

Kind Regards,
Ashwin A.K

Hi @Nenna_Anya,

I see from the screenshot that you have an invalid syntax Row[“Asset”].ToString()

A valid syntax is


Also ensure to fix the syntax for the Orchestrator folder in Misc section


In both the above fixes, I am assuming that Row is your dictionary variable/argument and it holds the two keys “Asset” and “OrchestratorFolder”

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hi @Nenna_Anya

first checkif you are using the correct name of your folder,

also verify here if you project is in the correct folder

best regards!

It’s a C# automation not

@Nenna_Anya Did you try to print the folder path and check what it was giving ?

Also, does the robot connected to your system has access to that folder in Orchestrator?

HI again,

Ok, so syntax was not the issue.

Have you checked if your Row[“OrchestratorFolder”].ToString has some trailing spaces? This is a quite common error either when making the queue or the input config where the value is stored.

Could you try with : Row[“OrchestratorFolder”].ToString().Trim()

Other than that, I can only think of your Studio being linked to the correct folder and QueueName.