its in the beta only, I switched back to stable few minutes back. Sorry I dont have any screenshots. We can see it in the coming stable update i guess
I have a UiPath test project that I had already put in a Git repo. When I try to push my changes to the remote origin in Azure DevOps, I get an “Enter credentials” dialog. I’m entering my Azure credentials, but just keep getting the dialog box. This may be because we’ve integrated Azure with a single sign-on solution? I’m guessing it’s not properly following the redirect to our SSO service?
Hi, many thanks for the info
Thanks a lot for this.Came just in time for the project i’m trying.
IntelligentOCR Taxonomy Manager
The Taxonomy Manager is the next piece of the document processing puzzle, a wizard created to help you build custom taxonomy files which can then be reused across processes.
We have developed the Load Taxonomy activity, which grants you the ability to load the taxonomy created with the aid of the Taxonomy Manager wizard into a variable which can then be passed on to other activities.
I saw this in the latest release
I am still confused with what is this TAXONOMY. Need to do some research on it first I guess. hehe
Hello @amithvs - once you install the IntelligentOCR package, you will have a new wizard in the Studio Ribbon, called Taxonomy Manager.
The Taxonomy Manager allows you to define, within a project, a metadata containing the list of document types and associated fields, that you would like to process from incoming documents.
Example of document types:
Invoice (with fields: Invoice Date, Invoice Number, Total Amount etc)
Medical Record (with fields: Patient Name, Record Date, etc)
The taxonomy thus generated can be loaded using the new “Load Taxonomy” activity, and fed into a “Classify Document Scope” activity, in conjunction with the “Keyword Based Classifier” activity as child activity.
Documentation on the Taxonomy Manager can be found here: https://activities.uipath.com/docs/taxonomy-manager
If you need a sample workflow to use the new features, let me know and I can put one together.
If you feel like it, feel free to write a blog about it similar to our Workflow Diff blog :
#PreviewBlogs 2019.2 - File Change Management (Workflow File Diff). We need your voice!.
wow, thanks a lot. If you can provide a workflow it will be super helpful.
How do we use the Git feature in 2019.3? I keep getting error not able to connect to the repository. Is there some documentation?
@vincebhleo i got it to work. You have to mention the same folder as the repository where you have the xaml files. Then it gets connected without any issue
But if we mention the project parent folder it throws an error.
My xaml files is already in the parent folder. I got the error below:
GIT: UiPath.Studio.Contracts.RecoverableException: Unable to clone from the given repository. Please make sure that the remote is available and try again. —> LibGit2Sharp.LibGit2SharpException: target OID for the reference doesn’t exist on the repository
I’m using a private Github and switch to public too but doesn’t work. What did you use?
I’m also using a private Github repository. That works fine…
What I did is, I opened the solution in Studio, navigated to Teams -> Clone a remote repository -> then gave the repository URL, and the credentials and it was all fine… Not quite sure why it gave an error for you
Git integration looks awesome so far, however I’m getting some strange behaviour. I’ve already previously connected my work to a GitHub repo and use the “GitHub for Desktop” program to pull/push all my UiPath files. I’ve never connected my Studio to this account but it somehow knows how to push to the right place already. There is also no option to disconnect it (it is greyed out). So is it possible it’s reading my existing repo automatically? Is there somewhere we can provide feedback specific to this? I’m not sure if this is the right place or not.
Could you give it a try on 2019.4.0? It should allow you to disconnect the project from GIT.
And yes, indeed - Studio will automatically detect if a project is under Git source control, even if it was cloned with a different tool.
It now allows me to disconnect . However, there is a minor issue where on hover, the disconnect button description still says “Disconnect is not available…”. This occurs in the yellow highlighted area in my screenshot below. Other areas provide correct messages:
Seems like the functionality works, just a minor bug with the text as far as I can tell.
Thank you for reporting. The issue will be resolved in due time