Tenant for Community Edition?


I’m trying to use GET and POST to connect and run robots through API, but I need the tenant name to run it,
The problem is: I don’t know how to get the tenant name in community edition, so I’m having a hard time trying to make it work.

I would really appreciate the help.

Thanks in advance.

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Use this url https://platform.uipath.com
Then enter a common authentication of google gmail account where enter your mail id and password
—this will take us to the cloud platform
—there click on the service tab in the left side and with that we can find the tenant name we want which can be used in the API call process

Hope this would help you
Cheers @adrdias

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Thanks for your response!

Would this be the tenant name?

With this I still could not authenticate through API.
I’m testing with “Postman” like this:

https ://platform.uipath.com/[xxxx]/[Service Name]/api/Account/Authenticate
“usernameOrEmailAddress”: “user@email.com”,
“tenancyName”: “[Service Name]”,
“password”: “[Password I use to login in uipath cloud]”

Is this right?

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please go ahead
kindly let know for any queries or clarification
Cheers @adrdias

no space in between in tenant name


Cheers @adrdias

I tried it all, but still not working.
The response I get:

“message”: “Invalid credentials, failed to login.”,
“errorCode”: 1000,
“resourceIds”: null

I’m trying with the e-mail and password I use to login on the cloud orchestrator through the web browser, but it is not working at all.

Any idea why?

EDIT: I did remove the space in tenant name, not working all the same.

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remove the square brackets on either side unless it doesnt have any space inbetween
Cheers @adrdias

I used the brackets as example only. Sorry.

Here is a screenshot of Postman:

Is anything wrong?

please go ahead
Cheers @adrdias

I tried with these parameters, but still couldn’t make it.
I think Community Edition Cloud Orchestrator will not work with GET/POST requests.

Thanks for all the help, @Palaniyappan.