Tutorial: Call UiPath Orchestrator API from SQL Server

  • Did you ever require to add a queue item directly from SQL?
  • Did you ever think the Dispatcher process can be replaced entirely by SQL Trigger?
  • Did you ever wish for a way to synchronize Asset values with SQL data?

To all the above and similar queries, the answer is YES.

This package includes functions that help you call Orchestrator API from SQL Server.

Function Call_GetPostAPI
Calls a GET/ POST API and returns a response.

Function Get_JSON_Value
Parses JSON response from API and retrieves required value.

Benefits:

  1. Get, send information between SQL Server and UiPath Orchestrator.
  2. Have a real-time Dispatcher.
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this is a tutorial type article and not a query.