Publishing project to Robot without Orchestrator Locally

Hi Everyone,

Would someone please help me to understand, how to run the workflow locally using robot after publishing from Studio.(Without Orchestrator)

Regards
Vishnu

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Hi @winningvish,

You can run the workflow using the robot by clicking the start or run button next to the process name.

Here is the screenshot :
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Hi Hareesh,

thank you for your quick reply. But I have published the project locally.
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Still it is showing there is no processes available.

Regards
Vishnu

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Sorry i dont know how to run that thing locally. And as i think that, local publishing is just to make the nuget packages. So that we can place that in the uipath packages and import in the studio for further usage of entire work flow.

Hope it is not to run the process from local.

If there is any chance to run without orchestrator as you mentioned, looking forward to use the same way.

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Ok @HareeshMR,

No problem, just finding the way to do it locally. seems its not possible.

Anyway much appreciated for your help and time.

Regards
Vishnu

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If you find a way to do that, let community know the process :smile:.

Thanks,
Hareesh

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By using BAT files it is possible @HareeshMR (without Studio,Robot and Orchestrator) but not really sure with Robot locally.

Regards
Vishnu

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I believe either you can run from studio or from Orchestrator. It is not possible as you asked.
If you published to Orchestrator, then you can run from Robot Agent. You don’t need to go Orchestrator.

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Thank you Vignesh. It makes sense to me now.

Regards
Vishnu

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I believe you can move your nuget package to the location C:\ProgramData\UiPath\Packages. Its the default location when the package is published if you are not connected to orchestrator. If you launch your UiPath Robot now, it should show the package available to be downloaded and run.

Let me know if it helps.

Thanks,
Rammohan B.

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Much appreciated Rammohan, Your Solution is perfect and its solved my query.

Thank you.

Regards
Vishnu

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