I have an Orchestrator that is physically separate from my Studio environment. I have an application that uses a library that is packaged as part of the application. I’m having two issues:
The library fails to initialize when the process is run from the Orchestrator and I don’t understand why that is. Is it because I have to upload the library separately to the Orchestrator (which makes no sense to me if I’ve packaged the main application and the library as a package)?
So, I decided to upload the library package to the Orchestrator . But I see that the Upload button is missing on the libraries tab. I’ve confirmed that my user has been assigned Administrator role and this role has Create permissions for the library. At least that’s what it looks like from the screen shots below.
You will need to upload that library to orchestrator or else the robots that will need to execute your main project will always fail, the administrator role will sure have permission to upload that manually, but would be easier to use the Studio for that just like you do for the projects, just you will need the additional permission of Create on Libraries to do so.
I did explore all those possibilities and checked my permissions. As I mentioned in my subsequent post, I was able to deploy the RPA process and its library directly from Studio to the Orchestrator and then have it run without any issues.
But when I package my process and deploy it to a separate orchestrator, it does not work.
I’m unable to upload the library as the Upload button on the Libraries tab is missing.
Packaging only your processes will indeed not work, if the button dont show, the most likely possibility is that the user does not have the permission required and im afraid your print does not show the user name…