ReFramework official

This is nice. I love especially the logging and the separation of concerns. :+1:

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Just to make your life easier, this is now included in the latest Studio as a project template :smiley:

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Thanks a lot .:slight_smile: This is going to be a best way for Developer like us. Thank You.

Very Good framework to use it as base for any Uipath project :+1:

Hi Team,

Since, i am new to Framework i am asking this question. please dont mind if it is basic.

in set transaction status XAML file - if the exception type is system exception then it is closing all the application
but my trigger point is indicating to Init stage then what is the purpose of this.

Hi venkat,

The Init stage calls the InitAllApplications.xaml component which will restore your application environment!

Looks very promising, but “Architecture UML” link does not work. It results in a 404 Page not found error.

Hey @Mihai_Dunareanu,

This REFramework is what I were looking for, i’m trying to implement this framework, it will be great if you will provide a implementation sample project!!

Regards
Aditya

Hello,

Are we supposed to use the RE Framework only when we work with queues or it can be used for processes which doesn’t require queues in development.
I am bit confused as to when should I go for RE Framework or should I always use RE Framework for my developments.

Thanks,
Umesh Konar

Always. It provides good logging, screencapture on fail, etc

Hi,

ReFramework is meant by design, As-Is, to handle transactional processes and with Queues however, It is possible with some minor tweaks to adapt it to a non-queue process (based on a datatable for example) or even an Attended/One time non transaction job.

  • Transactional with datatable/Datarows

You have example here, including xaml from our dear @loginerror.
The academy advanced training is also showing on the first assignement how to do so.

Attended/One Time (non-transactional)

  1. Connect all transitions going from “Process Transaction” State to “End Process”
  2. Delete the getTransaction State
  3. Connect the “Success” transition from “Init” to “Process Transaction State”

This should look like the screenshot bellow.
Of course you can tweak it a little more and remove some unused pieces inside the invoked workflow but this should be working like this.

This will permit you to keep most of the advantages of the Framework such as:

  • Out of the box exception handling/logs
  • Screenshot on exception
  • Credentials
  • Reusability of the CloseApplications
  • Config file

Cheers

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Where can I find the SendExceptionEmail workflow that is referred in Level 3 training?

Hi @Fer,

You can not find it since in the Reframework template it is something that you need to create during the assignment.

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@Patryk.Sabbagh, thank you. Later I found out :slight_smile:

hope there must be video tutorials regarding each variables, arguments, system, and flow since it is extremely confusing and time-consuming to investigate this framework. thanks.

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You have the PDF document which explains everything.

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This is a very simple way of taking advantage of Reframework, nicely done !

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Wish you had included a document or a detailed description, nonetheless this is very helpful, and thank you for it.

Is it have a simple example that contain 2-3 tasks,I think It may be contribute to understand Enhanced Frame work. :sweat_smile:
Best Regards!

Hi,

Can you please share link to download this reframework for single transaction.

Thanks,
Devashish

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