Uipath can automate your tasks in the background, saving your time. Let’s see how it automates in the background in this Uipath Guide.
How To Background Automation With UiPath?
Step 1: Upload a Package
Before you can automate any task, you need to create a package. To do this, go to any task and click on the Create a package icon at the top right-hand corner of the screen.
Step 2: Name Your Package
Give a suitable name to your package.
Step 3: Select What You Would Like To Automate
Here, we will select “Auto-Logon” as we want to automate the login process. After selecting it, we will come across different steps, which will be discussed in detail in the next section of this article.
Step 4: Select Your Desired Environment Variables For Execution
In this step, we need to select what environment variables are required to execute our package in UiPath Studio. We need to go through all of them and select them for execution.
You can also create new environment variables by clicking on the “+” icon beside “Environment Variables.” After selecting all of them, click on Next.
Step 5: Select The Desired Credentials For Execution
For the execution of your package, you will need credentials, and these credentials can be either an existing or new one. If you want to use existing credentials, select them from the drop-down list. In our case, we have selected “BG_Admin.”
If you do not want to use any existing credentials or want new credentials, click on New and enter your username and password accordingly.
Step 6: Add Parameters To Be Sent As Parameters To Your Package
Here, we have two parameters that will be sent as parameters to our package for execution. We have selected “username” and “password” from the drop-down list and clicked on Next after that.
Now let’s move on to Step 7 to discuss how we will execute our package with parameters sent from UiPath Studio after that.
Step 7: The Execution Method Tab
In this tab, we select what method we would like to execute our package with parameters selected in Step 6 above. Let’s say if you want your package to run with system-level privileges, then select “Windows User Account.” Here, we have selected “Windows User Account” as we wanted BG_
Admin level privileges. After that, click on Next.
Step 8: Environment Tab
The Environment tab is where we will select the Environment variables required for the execution of our package. To do this, go to Environment and click on New.
Step 9: Select The Environment Variables To Be Used In Your Package
After clicking on the “+” icon beside “Environment Variables,” we will come across several options. Let’s discuss what each of them means.
Step 10: Select The Variable And Choose Its Value(s)
As you can see in the image above, there are several options that you can select from for the Variable section.
What is a UiPath Tool?
Uipath is a powerful tool that lets you code, test, and deploys any automation solution. It requires no programming skills, as it uses a visual approach to code your workflows. It’s a web-based platform that runs in the browser without requiring any downloads or installations.
With UiPath, you can automate anything that a computer can do using simple drag-and-drop actions without writing code.
With UiPath, you can easily create reliable and repeatable automated processes that scale to fit your needs. It comes with intelligent features and integrations with your existing software to help organizations of all sizes transform into digital businesses.