We have Uipath enterprise edition, So whenever we try to execute a job on command line as: “UiPath.Assistant execute -p C:\Main.xaml” or with the package name, it just leaves the uipath assistant window openand nothing happens. So my question is am i doing anything wrong or the cmd line uipath job execution is only for Community edition using Uirobot.exe ?
Regardless of edition, we can run process or xaml file using UiRobot.exe . Please see the following document.
To make it easier for you to work with command line arguments, navigate to the directory in which the Robot is installed using the change directory command. For example, if you did not change the default location of the Robot, you can use the...
@KiranP, hope you’re doing well!
You need to use -f if you’re specifying a file, please see
Arguments Description for more.
If you want to see the logs of the execution of the process, the default location is %localappdata%\UiPath\Logs<shortdate>_Execution The format for
You can find more on logs
Let me know if you have any questions!
Thanks Lisa, tried to follow the instructions in the
Arguments Description (uipath.com) link but they all just opens the Uipath assistant and still no process running after
Is the type of robot matters? I am running with studio license.
Also i don’t find Uipath robot.exe, instead “UiPath.Assistant.exe execute -p Test”. as we have the enterprise edition.
Can you try to run UiRobot.exe at C:\Program Files (x86)\UiPath\Studio?
(If you use the latest version, it might be at C:\Program Files\UiPath\Studio.)
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