Build a REFramework Project with Tabular Data (v2020.10)

In this course, we will see how to build a REFramework Project which uses tabular data instead of queue items.
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Build a REFramework Project with Tabular Data (v2020.10)

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Product covered

Studio, Studio Pro, Orchestrator

Course prerequisites:

  • State Machines in Studio
  • Robotic Enterprise Framework Introduction 

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2020.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well.


Audience: RPA Developers 


Learning objectives

At the end of this course learners should be able to:

  • List the implementation steps for a simple process using the REFramework template with tabular data.
  • Use the 'REF without Queue Items Checklist' to build a process.
  • Whiteboard the workflows you will build for your process.
  • Fill in the Settings, Constants, and Assets sheets of the Config file according to business requirements.
  • Change the TransactionItem data type.
  • Configure workflows to open, close and kill the applications used in the process.
  • Configure the Transaction Data and Process Transaction states.
  • Test-run the project.
  • Build an execution report.
  • Explain how the Test Suite can help you check your projects.
  • Explain how to configure REFramework for different data types.
  • Explain how to adapt the REFramework template to a linear process.


  • The REF without Queue Items Development Checklist
  • Whiteboarding the process workflows
  • Configuration
  • Change the TransactionItem data type
  • Applications Used Open, Close, Kill
  • Get Transaction Data
  • Process Transaction
  • Run the Project
  • Build Execution Report
  • Testing a REF project without Queues using Test Suite
  • REFramework for different data types and for linear processes