Packaging an automation project connected/stored in SVN via command line or PowerShell

Hi all,

Not sure if this is the right place to ask this or not, so please move if necessary.

I’m trying to automate the packing of RPA projects using PowerShell as the DevOps/Server team doesn’t have the staffing needed to publish through Studio every request to move to QA that comes in; we’re a shared resource. Now, I can pack it just fine for processes saved locally using the command below, but I get different errors whether I’m trying to pack a project locally that’s connected to SVN or by trying to hit SVN directly.

.\UiRobot.exe -pack “C:\UiPath\Projects\Notepad\project.json” -o “C:\UiPath\Packages”

I get an access denied message when trying to pack an SVN connected project locally, and an “Unable to find the specified file: [REPO URL]” error when trying to hit the SVN’s repo directly.

I know I have access to the repo as I can connect, checkout, and commit changes. And I can also browse the repo using TortoiseSVN. Any idea why I’m getting this errors and how to resolve?

Hello @kswalp,
Welcome to the Comunnity!
Couple ideas which I have in my mind:

  1. Try to run PowerShell with 'as an Administrator` privileges
  2. Check if the same result will be with running this command in CMD (also try with admin rights)