How share workflow to other teammates

Hi All,

I have a workflow in my system. I just aant to share same workflow to other teammates, without loss any packages. What is the best way to share. What is the process. Please suggest.

Thanks.
Niranjan

@Niranjan_k

You can zip the project folder and can send to them via teams.

If you are using same orchestrator then upload the project to orchestrator shared folder and ask them to download from that particular folder in orchestrator.

Regards

Hi @Niranjan_k

To share a workflow with your teammates in UiPath without losing any packages, you can follow these steps:

  1. Pack the Workflow as a NuGet Package: In UiPath Studio, use the “Publish” option to create a NuGet package for your workflow. This package will contain all the necessary dependencies and activities used in the workflow.

    • Open your workflow in UiPath Studio.
    • Go to the “Publish” tab in the ribbon menu.
    • Click on the “Package” button to create a package.
  2. Share the NuGet Package: Once you have created the NuGet package, you can share it with your teammates. There are several ways to share the package:

    • Share the package file: The package file has a .nupkg extension and can be shared via email, shared drives, or file-sharing platforms.
    • Publish to Orchestrator: If your organization is using UiPath Orchestrator, you can publish the package to a feed in Orchestrator and grant access to your teammates. They can then download the package from Orchestrator’s package feed.
  3. Install the Package in UiPath Studio: Your teammates can install the shared package in their UiPath Studio by following these steps:

    • Open UiPath Studio.
    • Go to the “Manage Packages” option in the ribbon menu.
    • In the “Packages” window, click on the “Settings” icon and add the location where the package is stored (either the local file path or the Orchestrator feed URL).
    • Search for the package in the “Available” tab and click on the “Install” button to install it.

By sharing the workflow as a NuGet package, you ensure that all the required dependencies and packages are included, allowing your teammates to work with the workflow without any issues. They can easily install the package and open the workflow in their UiPath Studio.

Hope it helps!!

Hi @Niranjan_k

You can publish your project to orchestrator under Shared folder.

Regards,

If you mean for them to be able to work on the code, you should store all your code in a network folder that your team has access to.

@Niranjan_k

Zip the file using Zip/Unzip file In UiPath and send the workflow in Email

You can do this in manually also

Hi @Niranjan_k

  1. Sharing the Workflow File: You can share the workflow file itself (.xaml file) with your teammates. They can open the file in UiPath Studio or StudioX and modify or run the workflow as needed. You can share the file through email, shared folders, version control systems (such as Git), or any other file sharing mechanism.
  2. Sharing the Project Folder: If your workflow consists of multiple files or dependencies (such as libraries or assets), you can share the entire project folder. This ensures that all the necessary files and configurations are included. Your teammates can open the project folder in UiPath Studio or StudioX and have access to all the related files.
  3. Orchestrator Sharing: If you have an Orchestrator instance, you can publish the workflow to Orchestrator and grant access to your teammates. They can then access and run the workflow from the Orchestrator interface without needing the actual workflow file. This option is useful for centralized management and collaboration, especially in enterprise environments.
  4. Version Control Systems: If your team uses version control systems like Git, you can commit and push the workflow files to a shared repository. This allows your teammates to clone or pull the latest changes and collaborate on the workflow files using version control practices.

I hope it helps!!

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@vrdabberu i have tried but inside the workflow some of images missing. When I checked their system

@Niranjan_k
You can publish your project to orchestrator under Shared folder.

@Niranjan_k

You can zip the project folder and can send to them via teams.

If you are using same orchestrator then upload the project to orchestrator shared folder and ask them to download from that particular folder in orchestrator.

Regards

Hi
To share a workflow in UiPath Studio with your teammates without any loss of packages, you can follow these steps:

  1. Export the Workflow:
  • Open the workflow you want to share in UiPath Studio.
  • Go to the “Design” tab and click on the “Export” button.
  • Choose the appropriate export option based on your needs (e.g., “Package” or “Project”).
  • Save the exported file to a location of your choice.
  1. Share the Workflow File:
  • Share the exported workflow file with your teammates, either by sending it via email or uploading it to a shared file storage platform.
  • Make sure your teammates have access to the shared file and can download it.
  1. Import the Workflow:
  • Your teammates can import the shared workflow file into their UiPath Studio instances by following these steps:
    • Open UiPath Studio.
    • Go to the “Home” tab and click on the “New” button.
    • Choose the appropriate option to create a new project or process.
    • In the new project/process window, select the “Import” tab.
    • Click on the “Browse” button and locate the shared workflow file.
    • Click on the “Open” button to import the workflow into UiPath Studio.

Hope it helps!!

hi @Niranjan_k

IF the images are missing, just zip the .screenshots folder in the project folder.
Then zip the project folder and then share it with them.

If you want you can use GIT or any other Version Control system to share the file with your teammate as well.

Thanks
Happy Automation! :smiley:

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@pravallikapaluri thank you

That’s why you should just store the project on a network folder that you can all access. This is standard stuff for any team. Don’t you have shared folders for the various teams in your company?

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