Course

Working with Orchestrator Resources

This course is for Automation Developers learning to use Orchestrator to manage every one of their automations, robots, and automation assets from the same place.
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Working with Orchestrator Resources

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

002:00:00

Product covered

Orchestrator

About the Working with Orchestrator Resources course 

In this Working with Orchestrator Resources training, you will explore the possibility of using Orchestrator as a repository for libraries, assets, and so on. You will learn how to work with queues in Orchestrator and discover more about the three business processes: linear, iterative, and transactional.  

Product Alignment: This course was built using the 2022.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well.  

Prerequisites for Working with Orchestrator Resources course

  • Explore automation development with UiPath Studio  
  • Orchestrator Overview for Automation Developers  

Course Audience 

This is a Two hour course aimed primarily at Automation Explorers and Automation Developers.    

Working with Orchestrator Resources course Agenda

Through this course, you will learn the essential features of Orchestrator by covering such topics as:    

  • Orchestrator Resources in Studio  
  • Libraries and Templates in Orchestrator  
  • Storage Buckets  
  • Queues  
  • Transactions and Types of Processes  
  • Practice Exercise - Orchestrator Resources  
  • Practice Exercise - Queues  

Working with Orchestrator Resources courseObjectives  

At the end of this course, you should be able to:  

  • Use Orchestrator resources directly in Studio.  
  • Publish, install, and update libraries and templates in Orchestrator.  
  • Store files in storage buckets and use them in automation projects.  
  • Be able to create, populate and consume Orchestrator Queues. 
  • Identify and explain the types of processes.