You need to log into orchestrator and click processes and upload package, then select the file you just created.
Is it mandatory to use Orchestrator in order to run via Uipath Robot, since I doesn’t want use orchestrator for my process?. Ans also I am publishing my project in a custom method.
Maybe this can help you:
I hope we dont need orchestrator to be connected as If the Robot is not connected to Orchestrator, processes from the
%ProgramData%\UiPath\Packages folder will be displayed
Kindly refresh once the robot tray and restart the robot service
kindly correct me if i m wrong
It s really strange:(, after restarting the laptop, and refreshing the robot tray, its still not displaying the project published in custom way
Where we able to see the nuget file in the nuget folder
Yes i m able to see the package after publish
The issue is solved right ?
No What I meant is, I m able to see the packages in the nuget folder after publish but the process corresponding to that is not displaying in uipath Robot window
That’s strange, you basically get a different option to upload the new package!!!
Try disconnecting it the robot tray and then re-connecting the same!!!
Hope this helps
Issue is Resolved finally!
I disconnected the list of processes running via orchestrator and
And then refreshed the uipath Robot…and finally i found the required project in the list…
Is it mandatory to disconnect the orchestrator connections of other project when running the project without Orchestrator connection in ui robot ??
No it must not happen, mayb because of a bug!!!
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