- Can I use UIpath assistant without connecting it to the orchestrator?
- Is it possible to make a project in my Studio and give someone the nugget packages and run it from another PC, without any tool using orchestrator or studio?
Yes, publish it / transfer it to a machine where the robot component (Assistant / Robot.exe) is installed:
he packages you publish from Studio are saved in the
%ProgramData%\UiPath\Packages folder, and become visible in the Robot Tray
Yes as long the robot component is available on this machine
So I can not open UIRobot.exe in order to find the packages that are published in Packages folder.
When I click on it(UIRobot.exe), it opens some kind of a terminal and then closes the window right away. As I understood from your answer, when I click UIRobot.exe, it should have shown the process name I have created and then click on it, to run the automation test. Although it is not what it happens. What is wrong?
the most important thing is the deployment to the right location
Lets clear if the robot component is robot.exe OR Assistant
in case of robot.exe
in case of Assistant
Also have a look to following:
Let me try to put it simple
Yes you can
It’s an interface for the robot you installed in your machine through which you can run and configure robot
Although it is specially designed for attended use, UiPath Assistant doesn’t impose any limits as to what processes you can start.
Then for this
Yes you can publish it locally in your machine and run with robot
Method 1: from the robot
Method 2: command line .nupkg package
run the package from the command line. You could also create a .bat file for it which you can start from your desktop
in my case im running 2018.4.2. You have to find the directory where the Uirobot.exe is located
UiRobot.exe -file "C:\ProgramData\UiPath\Packages\SQLConnect.1.0.6949.41289.nupkg"
method 3: commandline xaml file
i wouldn;t use this one, because a user can look into the xaml file, but it works.
UiRobot.exe -file "D:\SQLconnect\Main.xml"
i would go for the nupkg package, because in that way you know exactly which version is running on the robot
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