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UiPath Studio is an advanced visual process modeling tool that the business user can learn to use effortlessly and without any programming knowledge. Simple drag-and-drop functionality and a built-in library of predefined activities greatly improve the user experience and accelerate the learning curve. Alternatively, a simple click on the "record" button records user actions on the screen and translates them into logical steps to create web-based applications or workflows.
The tool presents a visual and declarative way of describing how to automate a process, and business people can use it the same way they use a Visio diagram. When working with the presentation layer of other applications, simply indicate on the screen what operation you should perform. UiPath understands the user interface at the logical control level and does not depend on the position of the elements on the screen. This makes automation much more reliable and independent of screen size and resolution.
Working with UiPath feels natural. You can design a process by assembling its steps in a flowchart diagram. The recorder is a highly efficient solution to create automations at the application interface level and avoid script impositions.
UiPath "detects" that the UI controls how a human does. It records the actions of your mouse and keyboard on the screen and converts them into automated sequences.
UiPath Studio Enterprise Edition v2019.4.4 Release Notes:
We want to reach everyone and make automation a language that everyone can speak. So, starting with this version, the entire platform is available in Chinese.
It is now possible to disable the security of XAML files when installing or updating the Robot using the UiPathStudio.msi installer. With security disabled, users can read and modify process files and logic. This is useful for running processes in virtualized environments, such as Citrix applications and desktops or over RDP connections.
-Namespaces of web service libraries are not automatically imported when creating a variable. In the Variables panel, find the type of data required or add an activity that uses this particular type of data and create a variable online.
-Namespaces of third-level custom dependencies are not automatically imported. To use these namespaces, import them manually from the Imports panel.
-When configuring a file as a Global Handler in a newly created project, the icons are not updated in the Project panel.
-If the global controller contains an activity that generates an exception and its result argument is set to Continue, the project enters an infinite loop at runtime.
-Libraries containing M and C as first segments were invalid. This was due to the fact that the namespace generated, abbreviated as mc, is a namespace that is already in use by Microsoft.
-The robot could not connect through Proxy to the target machine through RDP. This happened when the option Log in to the console was set to false.
-The license status is now displayed correctly for machines without production and unattended, on the pages of unattended licenses or without production.
-The changes made to the input and output parameters of a process were not propagated to the existing associated schedules. In addition, in the Edit Schedule window, the parameters inherited from the process showed their actual values instead of the appropriate tag.
-I identified and solved a problem that caused a malfunction of the heartbeat if the connection with Redis was lost. Now, the beat is sent regardless of the connection status of Redis-Orchestrator.
– Could not execute processes in Robots that were installed in user mode if they were defined in Orchestrator only with the username. This problem did not occur if you defined your Robot using the machine username format.
-During a clean installation, the web.config file registry settings would produce the Elasticsearch logflow-yyyy.MM index where it was previously default-yyyy.MM. This had an impact on existing panels and visualizations based on that index.
-The Migrate_Deployment_Settings query used incorrect column names, which resulted in a possible migration failure.
-The occasional dead spots in the Orchestrator database would occur when: delete multiple packages in parallel, detect unresponsive robots, simultaneously update machines and eliminate robots, or connect multiple robots, with different users, on the same machine.
-The UiPathPlatformInstaller.exe installer incorrectly identified the localized version of RemoteRuntime and, therefore, could not uninstall it, forcing the user to manually uninstall RemoteRuntime through ARP.
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