Uploading Project Package to Orchestrator Using Orchestrator HTTP Request Activity

Hey people! Does anyone have an idea on how to upload a package to Orchestrator using Orchestrator HTTP Request (Not HTTP Request)?

I’ve tried using /odata/Processes/UiPath.Server.Configuration.OData.UploadPackage endpoint however the endpoint calls for the file to be attached using FormData, but Orchestrator HTTP Request only accepts JSONPayload for Body and not FormData (see screenshot).

To get around this, I’ve tried to convert the package to Base64 and upload in the JSONPayload as such {file:'package-base64-encoded'} and receive a 415 error.

Context: I’m building a bot to package and upload projects to Orchestrator for CI/CD purposes. I want this process to work across different folders, tenants, and environments w/o authenticating therefore I want to use Orchestrator HTTP Request and not the regular HTTP Request activity. Additionally, we use Github/Buildkite, so any of the Azure DevOps/Jenkins info is not useful for me.

All opinions appreciated!

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