While running the process Facing issue with Libraries

Hi All,
@ClaytonM @Palaniyappan

I am getting below error when i am running the process using of Libraries.

message: SetTransactionStatus.xaml failed: Could not find a part of the path ‘C:\Users\naveen.nuget\packages\Cap.generic.activities\1.0.7158.24984\lib\net45\Framework\SetTransactionStatus.xaml’. at Source: mscorlib

Best regards,

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Did you deploy/publish the Library to Orchestrator or another custom feed? You will want to make sure the feed is accessible from the machine and that in your Manage Packages, that you have it installed if running locally. If you deploy it to Orchestrator, then you should be ok as long as the Library is in the environment that you Robot is running from.


Hi @ClaytonM @loginerror @ovi @Palaniyappan @arivu96 @Pablito @balupad14 @badita @lakshman @KarthikByggari

yes i had published to Orchestrator and installed packages into process from package manger

while trying to run from orchestraor and from local also facing below issue

Applications failed to close normally. Could not find a part of the path ‘C:\Users\nvn.nuget\packages\nvn.generic.activities\1.0.7159.28027\lib\net45\Support\CleanupInputAndTempFolders.xaml’. at Source: mscorlib

Hi @Naveen.Ch,
Can you run debugging and check where exactly this error occurs. Please also attach screen related to this issue from Event Viewer.

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As soon as item complete in process state
while entering into set transaction state i am getting above error.

@nadim.warsi kindly help me how to resolve above issue

Hi @Pablito, @loginerror @ovi @Palaniyappan @arivu96 @balupad14 @badita @lakshman @KarthikByggari @PrankurJoshi
Can you please help me to resolve this issue.

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Kindly remove the project.Json file and try to run the process again
Cheers @Naveen.Ch

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Hi @Palaniyappan,

from where i have to remove in libraries folder or actual process

No no
It doesn’t look like Json file path missing
It looks like xaml path is not mentioned along the process while invoking the workflow
—so kindly check once with the invoked workflow whether the foldername\xamlfilename
-and make sure that folder has that xaml file

That’s the reason like the bot is not able to get the xaml from that folder path

Kinldy check that once and let know for any queries or clarification
Hope this would help you
Cheers @Naveen.Ch

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Hi @Palaniyappan, @DanielaD
i am not invoking any .xaml file.
i am directly publishing the libraries to orchestrator and downloading into my actual process from package manager .

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Kindly check whether that xaml file and source library is in that folder path
—even any folder along middle of the path might got changed, kindly check that once

Cheers @Naveen.Ch

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cross checked everything but still facing same issue.

Hi @Naveen.Ch,

Please see the following topic on forum, it could be related to the issue you are facing:



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