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Managing products

This page explains how you can enable or disable Automation Suite products post-installation.

You can enable and disable products in Automation Suite at any point post-installation.

To do that, you must access and update the cluster_config.json file stored in the /opt/UiPathAutomationSuite folder, and rerun the service installer step.

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Note:

You need to perform these steps only from server nodes.

Step 1: Changing the product selection in the configuration file


  1. Navigate to the UiPathAutomationSuite folder and edit cluster_config.json.
cd /opt/UiPathAutomationSuite
nano cluster_config.json #optionally use any favourite editor of your choice.
  1. In the services list, set the enable flags to true or false for the specific services you want to enable or disable. See the following examples for individual products.

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Note:

You can manage Action Center and Apps simply by updating the enable flag. Other products might require an additional step to configure the installation. See the following instructions for details.

Enabling or disabling Action Center


See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Action Center in the cluster_config.json file:

"actioncenter": {
  "enabled": "true" //Set to "false" to disable the Action Center
}

Enabling or disabling Apps


See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Apps in the cluster_config.json file:

"apps": {
  "enabled": "true" //Set to "false" to disable the Apps
}

Enabling or disabling AI Center


AI Center requires updating the enable flag and an SQL database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template_jdbc in cluster_config.json, then the default AI Center database name is AutomationSuite_AICenter.

To change the default database name, you need to update the sql_connection_str inside the AI Center field. This overrides the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template_jdbc.

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling AI Center in cluster_config.json:

"aicenter": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the AICenter
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

Enabling or disabling Automation Ops


Automation Ops requires updating the enable flag and an SQL database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template in cluster_config.json, then the default database name for Automation Ops is AutomationSuite_Platform.

To change the default database name, you need to update the sql_connection_str inside the Automation Ops field. This overrides the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template.

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Note:

Automation Ops shares a database with the core platform, including Orchestrator. If you change the database here, you update the database for the core platform as well.

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Automation Ops in cluster_config.json:

"automation_ops": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the Automation Ops
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

Enabling or disabling Data Service


Data Service requires updating the enable flag and an SQL database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template in cluster_config.json, then the default database name is AutomationSuite_DataService.

To change the default database name, you need to update the sql_connection_str inside the Data Service field. This overrides the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template.

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Data Service in cluster_config.json:

"dataservice": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the Data Service,
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

Enabling or disabling Document Understanding


Document Understanding requires updating the enable flag and an SQL database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template_odbc in cluster_config.json, then the default database name is AutomationSuite_DU_Datamanager.

To change the default database name, you need to update the sql_connection_str inside the Document Understanding field. This overrides the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template_odbc.

If you perform an offline installation, you need to download the offline bundle for Document Understanding as well. Before enabling Document Understanding, please refer to Install and Use Document Understanding.

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Document Understanding in cluster_config.json:

"documentunderstanding": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the Document Understanding
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

Enabling or disabling Insights


Insights requires updating the enable flag and an SQL database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template in cluster_config.json, then the default database name is AutomationSuite_Insights.

To change the default database name, you need to update the sql_connection_str inside the Insights field. This overrides the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template.

Insights has an optional SMTP configuration to enable receiving email notifications. Refer to Advanced installation experience for more details.

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Insights in cluster_config.json:

"insights": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the Insights,
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

Enabling or disabling Task Mining


Task Mining requires update the enable flag and an SQL Database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template in cluster_config.json, then the default database name is AutomationSuite_Task_Mining.

To change the name to something other than the default, you can update the sql_connection_str inside the Task Mining field to override the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template

Task Mining requires a few additional steps, including the provisioning of a dedicated agent node for AI-specific workloads. Before enabling Task Mining, please refer Task Mining installation section Adding a dedicated agent node for Task Mining

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Task Mining in cluster_config.json:

"task_mining": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the Task Mining,
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

Enabling or disabling Test Manager


Test Manager requires updating the enable flag and an SQL database.

If you previously set a value for sql_connection_string_template in cluster_config.json, then the default database name is AutomationSuite_Test_Manager.

To change the default database name, you need to update the sql_connection_str inside the Test Manager field. This overrides the default database and connection string template set in sql_connection_string_template.

See the following configuration details for enabling or disabling Test Manager in cluster_config.json:

"test_manager": {
  "enabled": "true", //Set to "false" to disable the Test Manager,
  "sql_connection_str": "" //Optional and only require to override the default database name
}

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Important!

Once you update the configuration file, then proceed to Step 2.

Step 2: Running the installer script to update the new product configuration


Once you update the cluster_config.json, run the following command on the installer to update the service configuration.

  • For online installations:
./install-uipath.sh -i cluster_config.json -o output.json -s --accept-license-agreement
  • For offline installations:
./install-uipath.sh -i cluster_config.json -o output.json -s --install-type offline --accept-license-agreement

Updated 22 days ago


Managing products


This page explains how you can enable or disable Automation Suite products post-installation.

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