We have on-prem Orchestrator installed just a couple of days ago. I have published a newly created project and deployed it form Orchestrator and everything went fine but now as I try to deploy some of the existing projects to transfer them to Orchestrator the installing package is stuck and it just stands there saying ‘instaling…’
In the project I am using only the main UiPath packages with latest versions.
Found somewhere that it could be a package feed issue? Could someone explain it to me ?
ensure that your machines / Orchestrator will have access to the internet / can download packages fro nuget feed. While rolling out a process the first time it happens often, that dependency packages has to be fetched.
On Windows Event log e.g Assistant machine you can check for further hints
Its connected. If I create a completely new process and deploy it, it works. The packages are installing a bit but eventually it starts up.
This problem occurs only on existing processes that I am trying to redeploy via Orchestrator.
Only modern folders are being used.
Will try other suggestions and come back at you, thanks
Copying the .nupkg package does not do anything, the Robot assistant is not finding that package. I don’t want to just copy unpacked packaged of the process since that beats the purpose of having an Orchestrator
yes thank you, as far as I can now see I am quite sure it is the package/library feed problem. On the production machine we only have default, older, installed packages and I am trying to deploy a process with the new package versions.
But why the production robot is not fetching those versions from the official UiPath nuget feed I have no idea at this moment.
I am not sure is the robot fetching those packages/libraries or Orchestrator should do that ?
If I install a new package via studio on my development machine and publish that project to the orchestrator, is the new package version being added to the Orchestrator library ? ( at this moment our Studio is still not connected to the orchestrator so I have no idea).