Development in UiPath Process Mining is done collaboratively. To facilitate this, and to keep track of changes, Git is used. A Git server can be used by multiple installations of UiPath Process Mining.
There are two methods in which you can incorporate Git:
- A local Git repository, managed by UiPath Process Mining.
- A Git repository you manage yourself. This can either be your own Git server or even a GitHub repository.
Whichever Git repository you choose to use, you should make sure to only make changes through UiPath Process Mining. Performing Git operations manually (e.g. through the Git command-line tools) may interfere with the proper operation of UiPath Process Mining.
Follow these steps to use a local repository within the UiPath Process Mining installation.
|1||Login on the Superadmin page.|
|2||Go to the Settings tab.|
|3||In the Repositories text field, use the following value:|
|4||Press CTRL+S to save the changes and reload the page to apply them.|
Follow these steps to use a Github account using a username and password.
|1||Go to the Settings tab.|
|2||In the Repositories text field, use the following value:|
Replace the username and password with the actual settings you want to use.
|3||Press CTRL+S to save the changes and reload the page to apply them.|
In case you do not want passwords clearly visible in the settings, you can also use a public and private key pair. You will need access to the filesystem of the server.
Follow these steps to use public and private key repair.
|1||Obtain public and private keys for the Github repository you want to use.|
|2||Place them in the databases directory in . It is recommended to place them in a subdirectory, for example, respectively for the private and public keys:|
|3||Go to the Settings tab.|
|4||In the Repositories text field, use the following value:|
Replace the URL with the actual URL you want to use. If the location of your keys differs from step 2, change the values accordingly.
A Git server is connected to UiPath Process Mining. Your developers can start committing and collaborating.
Updated 4 days ago