How to upload the same project with another name to the orchestrator?

Good afternoon friends, a question please:

I have a published project in the orchestrator, what I want is to copy this project folder, rename it, modify some things in the flow and publish it with another project name. But I get the following error:

Could not publish project. Entry point could not be found.
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How could I reuse that project in a new one and be able to publish it with another name?

try to use this link

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I renamed the main.xaml, thought I could change it and upload it to the orchestrator.

can you show it to me once on zoom,
ping me on mail id: sg2070156@gmail.com
I will schedule zoom just now and share with you then show me…

Is it ok, else let me know

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Thank you very much for offering your help, I just fixed it, again I renamed it to main.xaml and it worked

great and keep learning.
Have a great day!

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I’d like to provide a bit more information as the referenced topic is originally from 2019 and a bit has changed since then.

Main key is defined in the project.json configuration file and can be altered by Right-clicking a xaml file and selecting Set as Main in the context menu, shown below. In doing so the “Main” file will be bolded for the xaml that is set.

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You also have the option of setting one or more xaml files as Entry Points. This provides the ability to have multiple starting points within a single package when defining the process(es) in Orchestrator.

Description from the Studio documentation

Set as Main | Sets the selected .xaml file as Main in the project definition, meaning that the project execution starts with that file. There can only be one Main project file. The name of the file set as main appears in bold in the Project panel. Set as Main Sets the selected .xaml file as Main in the project definition, meaning that the project execution starts with that file. There can only be one Main project file. The name of the file set as main appears in bold in the Project panel.


Enable Entry Point | Marks the selected workflow file as an entry point for the process, making it possible to select it as the workflow to run first when using the Invoke Process and Run Parallel Process activities in other processes, or when starting a job from Orchestrator.
Notes:

  • When a file is marked as an entry point, an arrow is displayed on the icon next to the file name icon_enable_entry_point\ autoxauto.
  • Enabling a file that is ignored from publishing as an entry point sets the file as publishable.
  • This option is not available for test case files.
  • This option is not available in library projects.

Description from the Orchestrator Documentation

Entry point The workflow file used to start the execution of the process. By default, the Main.xml file is set as the entry point. If your project contains multiple entry points, the one selected at process creation is displayed.
Click here for details about the entry point.

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Great information

Close the project in Studio. Copy the entire project folder. Open project.json in Notepad and change the project name. Open in Studio and publish. Now it publishes to a new package, and you can create a new process from it.

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