Thanks for the advice.
I used the English translation.
Thank you for all your help.
I have created a series of tasks in three projects.
I would like to run the projects in the order ①, ②, ③ as shown below.
Currently, I am publishing the project and running it manually in UiPath Assistant.
Assuming I run ① manually.
(I really want to start the project by putting the text data into the specified folder.
(I want to start it by putting the text data into the specified folder.) When the project①is finished, it automatically proceeds to ②.
When the project (2) is finished, it automatically moves to③.
Is it possible to create this in UiPath Assistant?
Is it possible to create this with UiPath Assistant? Also, if it is created with Uipath, is it possible to create it by putting “Start Job” after the series of work is finished in the sequence?
In that case…
In that case, for example, how to specify the data for②after ①?
I can’t catch up with my understanding.
As far as I know you can’t just trigger that in the Assistant.
Now the question is why don’t you put the processes one after the other in the process?
One idea (maybe a bit over-engineered but I like the Orchestrator ) if you use the Orchestrator, you could use a queue item at the end of the process (which is not processed further) as a queue trigger to start the next process.
Another possibility is (if you want to stay Attended) that you assign a shortcut to the processes 2 and 3 in the wizard and call this shortcut at the end of the process. (The “Quick-And-Dirty” solution)
Thank you for the instruction.
"I’m going to try this once, "Place one process after another inside another.
I’ll try it once.
I now understand that there are many ways to do this.
I will do my best!
I will ask for your help again.