Since the last update of Studio (new installed Version: 2021.4.4) arguments don’t seem to appear for new robots in the Orchestrator. I read a few similar questions in forum about this issue but couldn’t find any answer. The project Json is neither reflecting the new Ui-Version number not the arguments List (Other parts such as information about packages is however being updated). Is there still some sort of Problem while publishing via DevOps ? appreciate your support.
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Found the answer, its a on-premise setup and the build-server has an older version of UiPath Studio …
Sadly not only via Azure DevOps, this happens when we publish directly via Studio to On-Premises Orchestrator as well. We thought the Azure DevOps
UiPath Pack would fix this issue, but it is persistent.
For others facing the same issue:
Our temporary solution is to manually add arguments to
project.json for each project and later commit it to TFS and via Azure DevOps deploy to Orchestrator. Only then can we populate the arguments for the published processes in Orchestrator.
You can add the
arguments key in
project.json after modernBehavior key like this
PARTS BEFORE .....
"type": "System.String, mscorlib, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c562324e089",
PARTS AFTER ....