Good morning, everyone. A co-worker and I have been working on projects together, which means that we are constantly sharing work back and forth. The only way we have figured out how to do that is to zip the file and extract the zipped file to the UiPath folder on our computer. Is there a more efficient way of doing this? Also, is there a way for him to post work to the same Orchestrator that I have set up?
If you’re using Studio you could use Git to share code under development. Not sure about StudioX though.
- Best would be use a source control like git
- You both can connect to same orchestrator if enough licenses are there and then publish the project with include packages option checked which will include the packages in orchestrator and other person can download instead of sharing any other way
Don’t you have a network with folders you can both access?
Using a version control system like Git .You and your co-worker can create a Git repository for your UiPath project and collaborate by committing changes, branching, and merging. This allows you to work on different parts of the project simultaneously and easily track and manage changes. You can host your Git repository on platforms like GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket.
You can create a shared environment in Orchestrator where both you and your co-worker can publish and deploy automation packages. This allows you to work on the same project and manage versions, permissions, and schedules.
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