Getting Started - Configure Connection to Rocket BlueZone Terminal Emulator

I’m stuck on the “Configure Connection…” step. I’ve spent several hours trying to learn how to create a connection from UIPath to my mainframe emulator. I’ve reviewed the UIPath Slack channel, the UIPath forum, the UIPath academy, plus google searches and YouTube searches.

I’ve have an enterprise trial license that I’ve had for less than one week. My first UIPath project was to aggregate 3,500 csv and TXT files into two large files for the data science team at my company. That first little project with UIPath went great and I was very excited about UIPath. Now I’m feeling overwhelmed and frustrated and have no idea how to do the most simple task to get connected and I can’t do anything at all until I can get started.

I have my “Configure Connection…” in a sequence
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I’ve tried connecting using UIPath Internal
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I’ve tried connecting using IBM EHLLAPI
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I’ve tried connecting using Rocket BlueZone
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When I run my Sequence I don’t get any errors, just nothing happens. I don’t connect to the mainframe. I really just don’t know how to get started with UIPath
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Hello @Paul_Ehrsam!

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You suggested I complete 5 things. I had already done all that before your post. Maybe UIPath simply lacks that capabilities that my organization is experimenting with?