I have one question. For SharePoint Application scope activity, I need to provide user credentials so how you provide this in production environment? Do you guys directly put it in config file or do it in a different way for security purposes?
For such purposes, it is advisable to use assets.
- Define assets in orchestrator as type-credential
- Use get credentials activity right before SharePoint application scope
- Save output as username and password
- Make use of these credentials in your SharePoint application scope.
Please note few points as below from security point of view:
Make sure to use get credentials activity only in the scope where you are going to consume those. Don’t make its scope global.
I believe you would be using UIpathTeam.SharePoint.Activities package, so please make sure to use its version 1.5.2 or 1.7.0 as these versions offers a way to provide password as secure string. Another version 1.3.0 doesn’t provide a way to pass password as secure string, hence you should avoid using this.
Hope this helps.
I don’t have orchestrator license so I am looking for an option without orchestrator.
Sorry I din’t get you.
You mean you don’t have access to orchestrator?
How are you connected to studio then and be able to develop processes?
I am not connected to Orchestrator. I can just launch studio and create new processes.
Do we have Orchestrator with every studio license or there is different license required for Orchestrator?
Which studio version are you on?
You can’t access studio if your machine is not connected to orchestrator as orchestrator is where your studio license details are fetched from.
Can you please check uipath assistant on your machine? It should be connected to orchestrator already if you are able to use studio.