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The UiPath Action Center Guide

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About processes

The Processes service page displays all queues and processes from the associated Orchestrator tenant and folders you have access to. As a business user, you can launch unattended processes directly from the Automation Cloud.

 

Processes types


Processes generating Form Actions

To create a process that generates a Form Action, you need to include specific activities while building the workflow in Studio:

Note: Find the above activities in the UiPath.Persistence.Activities package.

Processes generating External Actions

To create a process that generates an External Action, you need to include specific activities while building the workflow in Studio:

Note: Find the above activities in the UiPath.Persistence.Activities package.

Processes generating Data Labeling Actions

To create a process that generates a Data Labeling Action, you need to include specific activities while building the workflow in Studio:

Note: Find the above activities in UiPath.MLServices.Activities package and in the UiPath.Persistence.Activities package.

Processes generating document validation actions

To create a process that generates a Document Validation Action, you need to include specific activities while building the workflow in Studio:

Note: Find the above activities in the UiPath.IntelligentOCR.Activities package.

Processes generating document classification actions

To create a process that generates a Document Classification Action, you need to include specific activities while building the workflow in Studio:

Note: Find the above activities in the UiPath.IntelligentOCR.Activities package.

 

Processes statuses


The Processes, that generate Actions inside Action Center, display the same statuses as the Queue Items and Jobs that created them.

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About processes


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