Scenario: I have started the Academy 2 training, I need to submit the Assignment 1(ACME hashkey generation). We have to use same mail id for the academy and ACME site, I have used the same mail ID for both Academy and ACME system site. I am getting error as attached in the screen shot.
Steps to reproduce:
Expected Behavior: Submitted assignment should be considered for the Evaluation, since I have used same mail ID to login Uipath Academy and ACME systems.
We have to design the assignment according to RE framework.
I think we have to go back to the academy video again and download the PDD and design as per the RE framework.
I have to have submitted the workflow since I am getting error as I explained previously.
Here we should go to file UiPath ReFrameWork or GitHub - UiPath/ReFrameWork: Robotic Enterprise Framework Template and download the ZIP file to proceed with assignment…
You don’t have to use the REFramework, it’s not mandatory. If you have your own solution and it works(items are correctly processed in ACME) you can submit that one. The framework is for guidance and to give a better view on best practices in developing a real process.
So, you have score 0 every time? I noticed that this happens when there are no data in ACME(when reset test data before receiving the evaluation score). Please let me check and get back to you. Do you use the same email address as this one on forum?
In which format are you supposed to upload your result. My process works fine, but it seems like I need to process all items, and then I can upload a random file, and I will get a 100/100.
But if I just upload my process, I will get 0/100.
Don’t think that is how it should work.
I have noticed most of the people who are trying for advance certification is doing this - removing all the spaces while creating the hash code.
I dont think this is mentioned anywhere to remove the spaces in PDD
Please follow the PDD and no extra logic is required.
in_ClientID &“-”& in_ClientName &“-”& in_ClientCountry
We can use trim as there could be spaces in the starting and end of the strings as you may be using split or any logic to find the required data. Which has the probability of having extra spaces in the starting and end.