All are good , I created a data extraction bot to extract data from the specific website, which includes browser activity, input dialogue box, excel process, and send outlook mail. For my client’s requirement, he needs to run the bot without the installation of the uipath application. Is it possible to run the Bot as a .exe file? if possible kindly provide me with a solution.
If my client double click on the file the bot should start the process and generate the output
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Hi @Gokul_Jayakumar ,
A UiPath Robot is an essential and a required part of the Enterprise Platform for the execution of the Automation Project/Process. I do not think there is a possibility to achieve this without the Robot being installed somewhere on a server. Although it doesn’t have to be same system that the User/Client uses.
Maybe leveraging the use of Apps (a application could be used by the Client/User) where a user can just click on a button on the Apps and processes get executed on a Server could be helpful for your case ?
Let us know if this is not helpful.
Hello @supermanPunch, Thanks for the Quick response.
It’s interesting! Already I developed the process in uipath studio. Is it possible to convert .xaml file to Uipath apps? I’m not aware of the Apps, kindly provide me with more details please.
Maybe a Quick Go-Through of the Video Tutorial below should be able to help you.
Let us know if you are any facing difficulties.
@supermanPunch , Thanks for your response.
Is it possible for multi-user?
For example, clients have 20 different users. The same process can be shared with 20 different users from the admin user. If the apps are created by an Admin user, all other users can access it on their own using UipathApps.
you can install uipath Assistant alone and configure that with orchestrator without installing Uipath Studio
Yes. We would need to provide the required permissions to them. Check the tutorial video below :
Even though you have multiple users accessing the Apps, the Process Execution would also depend on the number of robots being used. If a Single Robot is being used, and two users are triggering the process, then the Process would be put in a Queue and executed one by one. So second user would have to wait until the first user’s process gets completed.