UiPath Integration Service 21.12 Release with Triggers General Availability

UiPath Integration Service 21.12 Release with Triggers General Availability

We are very excited to announce the General Availability (GA) of Triggers, a set of new Connectors and additional features for our Integration Service December release.

Our 21.12 release includes:

  • 10 new connectors available in our Connector Catalog
  • Triggers General Availability to kick off your automations based on connector events
  • Trigger history allowing you to see events received and processes executed
  • Ability to rename triggers and connections in the Integration Service interface
  • Ability to see triggers attached to connection in the connection details

The Integration Service brings managed integration with a robust catalog of Connectors for UiPath Automation Cloud. Read more about the Integration Service here.

New Connectors

The December release adds 10 new connectors to the Integration Service. We have many more connectors in store and are excited to rapidly expand our Connector Catalog going into the new year.

  • Act 365!
  • Coupa
  • Dropbox
  • Dropbox for Business
  • Expensify
  • Freshservice
  • Jira
  • QuickBooks Online
  • Twilio
  • Zendesk

All these connectors will be available in your tenant by EOD December 20th, in addition to all previously released connectors in the catalog with many more to come in 2022!

Triggers General Availability

Triggers are now live across the available connectors in the catalog. Triggers allow you to kick off your automations based on an event happening in a third-party application using available Connectors in the Integration Service.

The new trigger details page contains your configuration information and a trigger attempts’ history to see when events were received and if your automation was successfully triggered. A link is available so you can easily go to Orchestrator to see the execution details of the triggered job.

You can rename your trigger to provide an name that allows you to easily identify your trigger. Simply hover over the name in the trigger list view and click the edit icon to change the name. This action can also be performed from the trigger detail view.

To learn everything about triggers and how to leverage them in your automation, check out our step-by-step guide here.

Connections Updates

Triggers are attached to an active connection for your third-party application connector. The connection details view has been enhanced so you can see all the attached triggers for your connection.

Triggers can be added straight from the connection view which will pre-populate the Connector and Connection configuration to save you some time.

We now allow you to rename your Connection so you can replace the autogenerated name with a more descriptive name when desired. Simply hover over the name in the connections list view and click the edit icon to change the name. This action can also be performed from the connection detail view.

To learn everything about Connections, check out our documentation here.

Happy holidays and see you in 2022!


This is awesome!!

Excited to see new things keep coming to Integration Service!

@gdesouter better late than never we applied this feature and it is great. However, one thing is missing to use the full potential of integration triggers.

I recommend adding one further layer. In our case we use salesforce and it would be nice to not start a project if any record is updated in the configuration but if we could specify it further. E.g., the process starts if the priority level in the ticket is updated.

@PeCour - we hear you! The team is working on adding the ability to apply data filters to your event configuration. We are aiming to have this available before summer.

CC: @GuyVW

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I’ve been trying to use the DropBox Civilian version of the connector. I am running into several issues in the Studio project.

  1. Using CreateSearchRequest object as an input to the Invoke Operation returns this error

Main.xaml: System.ArgumentException: Expression of type 'UiPath.Dropbox.IntegrationService.Client.CreateSearchRequest' cannot be used for return type 'UiPath.Dropbox.IntegrationService.Client.CreateSearchRequest'

Why am I getting this error? If I understand this correctly, this object is an input!

  1. The Invoke Operation and the Native Search, both fail to display their configuration features when added to the Dropbox Scope

I have to delete the whole Dropbox Scope, save the project, close it and reopen it and repeat the process to build the whole thing back up again! :confused:

Further, trying to add the Dropbox Scope results in a unstable situation. In place of the Configure button, I get something unusable! :open_mouth:

Has anyone used this connector before?

Studio Version:

Package stack:


Hello UiPath team,

Any updates on my previously posted issue?


cc: @loginerror