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UiPath Connectors

The UiPath Connectors Guide

To set up your UiPath Connector for Workday, you must:

  1. Set up an external application in Automation Cloud.
  2. Retrieve your hostname, organization, tenant, and folder IDs from Orchestrator.
  3. Configure queues.
  4. Set up Workday to connect to UiPath.

Let's get started!

1. Set up external application in UiPath

Create the Workday external application in Automation Cloud, as described in Managing external applications.

  1. Access your UiPath Automation Cloud account and click on Admin on the left-side menu.
  2. Select External Applications and click Add application.
  3. Choose a name for your application, for example, Workday, and type it into the Application name field.
  4. Under Application Type, select Confidential application.
  5. Now, add the scopes necessary for the connector. Click the Add scopes button, select the Orchestrator API Access Resource and add the following Application Scopes: OR.Execution, OR.Folders, OR.Jobs, Or.Machines, OR.Queues, OR.Robots.
  6. In the Redirect URL field, you can fill in a random URL, such as https://example.com.
  7. Click Add. The Application Successfully Added! window is displayed, containing your App ID and App Secret.
  8. Copy the App Id and App Secret. These correspond to the UiPath Client ID and UiPath Client Secret fields you'll be using in Workday configuration.
  9. Click Close.

2. Retrieve your data from Orchestrator

To connect your application to Workday, you need the following information:

  • your UiPath Hostname
  • your UiPath Organization
  • your UiPath Tenant
  • your UiPath Folder ID

The easiest way to retrieve this data is from your browser's URL.

  1. In Orchestrator, navigate to your folders and select your desired folder:
  2. Check the URL displayed in your browser. For example: https://cloud.uipath.com/YourOrg/YourTenant/orchestrator_/?tid=274125&fid=721490

This can be broken down as follows:

  • UiPath Hostname ID = https://cloud.uipath.com
  • UiPath Organization ID = YourOrg
  • UiPath Tenant ID = YourTenant
  • UiPath Folder ID = 721490
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3. Configure queues

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Note:

This step is optional. If you want to trigger a process, not queues, skip to step 4.

Next, configure your queues in Orchestrator, as described in Managing Queues in Orchestrator.
Remember your queue name, because you will need it in Workday configuration.

4. Set up Workday to connect to UiPath

  1. In Workday, open App Manager and select your app.
  2. Click Configure to edit the following properties:
AttributeExample valueDescription
UiPath Hostnamehttps://cloud.uipath.comYour hostname, found in the Automation Cloud URL. See Step 2.
Only Automation Cloud is currently supported. Robots can be hosted on-prem.
UiPath Organization IDYourOrgYour organization ID, found in the Automation Cloud URL. See Step 2.
UiPath Tenant IDYourTenantYour tenant ID, found in the Automation Cloud URL. See Step 2.
UiPath Folder ID515128Your folder ID, found in the Automation Cloud URL. See Step 2.
UiPath Process NameNew Employee OnboardingThe name of your process. Leave blank if you want to use queues.
Read more about processes in the Orchestrator documentation.
UiPath Process StrategyModernJobsThe name of your process strategy. Leave blank if you want to use queues.
UiPath Queue NameHRQueueThe name of your queue. Leave blank if you want to use processes.
Read more about queues in the Orchestrator documentation.
UiPath Client IDf6e5315a-fs58-4b2d-9f74-17544821e23dYour App ID, generated when you created the external application. See step 1.
UiPath Client SecrettN6DT5bybewO~ertYour App Secret, generated when you created the external application. See step 1.
UiPath ScopeOR.Folders OR.Robots OR.Machines OR.Execution OR.Jobs OR.QueuesThe scopes you have to select when you configure your external application. See step 1.
  1. Click Ok to save your configuration.

You're done!

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