Where are warning / error messages coming from?


I’m very new to Studio.
When debugging, I get a bunch of warning or error messages, as seen in the attached pictures.
It would be nice that by double clicking it would take you to the place in the “code” or workflow that generated this message, as usually IDEs do. Or at least they displayed that information next to the message so one could get there “manually”.
Otherwise, it’s a nightmare to debug this errors.
Thank you.

@pere you have hyper link in your Excel file please click on that cell and click on it and remove hyper link


Go to your excel and delte all the hyperlinks or format them as notmal text instead of hyperlinks and then try to read the excel


@pere In you config file-> setting and constant sheet contains hyper link in data. You need to right click on that and click on Remove Hyper link and save.

Aha, yeah, thank you all for helping find the specific error; I already debugged that my own way also.
But anyway, regarding my original question… Is it there now way to accomplish what I was looking for?
Thank you


It would not move like that…but you would get the activity name at which this error occured

also in debug mode ideally the activity where error occurs is highlighted in red

Hope this helps


In UiPath, you can debug your code using the following steps:

  1. Add breakpoints: Place breakpoints in your workflow at the specific activities or sections where you want to pause the execution and inspect the values. To add a breakpoint, simply click on the left margin of the activity where you want to set the breakpoint. A red circle will appear to indicate that a breakpoint has been added.
  2. Run in Debug mode: Start the execution of your workflow in Debug mode by clicking on the “Debug File” button (bug icon) in UiPath Studio. Alternatively, you can use the “F7” keyboard shortcut to start debugging.
  3. Execution pauses at breakpoints: When the workflow reaches a breakpoint during debugging, the execution will pause, and the debug panel will open. You can inspect the current values of variables, step through the code, and analyze the flow of execution.
  4. Debug panel options: The debug panel provides various options for debugging, including stepping into activities, stepping over activities, stepping out of activities, and stopping the debugging session. You can use the buttons in the debug panel or the corresponding keyboard shortcuts (e.g., F11 to step into an activity, F10 to step over an activity, etc.).
  5. Inspect variables and values: While debugging, you can hover over variables to see their current values or use the “Locals” panel to view and modify variables. You can also add variables to the “Watch” panel to monitor their values during the debugging session.
  6. Continue execution: After inspecting variables or making changes, you can continue the execution by clicking the “Continue” button in the debug panel or pressing F5. The workflow will continue running until the next breakpoint or until it reaches the end.

Simple way to get rid of all the hyperlinks.

Open the file in Excel
Save As a csv
Open the CSV in Excel
Save As .xlsx
Rename sheet

Thanks again.
I marked the “solution” answer.
As I’m getting used to Studio I’m more able to find the source of where the error message is coming from, which was my original question (not specificly what was the exact error), so I’m able to find out on my own.
Much appreciated!

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