In UiPath Process Mining, apps can be deployed to give end users access to them.
First developers must create a release of their app. This release can then be deployed on the same server, or it can be distributed to be deployed to other servers. A release package consists of a specific version of an app. Typically, there is no data in this release package yet.
To deploy the release, it must be activated in UiPath Process Mining.
Next, data can be generated for the newly activated release. This data extraction can be scheduled to run every night, so the data is updated daily.
Once data is generated for a certain release, the desired end-users can be given access to that release.
If a data extraction fails, the new release will not yet become available. End users will see the last working version with the corresponding old data. Using the data instances screen, the extraction errors can be investigated, and it is possible to choose which version is shown to end-users.
Typically, the following roles are involved in deploying applications to end-users:
- Developers make a release package.
- An application manager deploys a release and can run data extractions.
- The admin gives the appropriate end-users access to the application.
- The server admin can schedule data extractions on the server.
Updated 4 months ago