UiPath Integrations

The UiPath Integrations Guide

Welcome to the UiPath Integrations guide. You will find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with UiPath Integrations, as well as support if you get stuck.

In order to download the solutions mentioned here please visit the official UiPath Go! Marketplace here.

*Note that only integrations built in-house at UiPath are detailed below. For a complete list of UiPath's technology partners, see here.

How to Create Activities

Using UiPath's Activity Creator extension for Visual Studio


Activities are the building blocks of process automation. Each contains an atomic action which, stacked together with other activities, composes a workflow.
UiPath Studio includes a number of premade activities that you can install through the Package Manager.

Additionally, you can create your own custom activities specific to your needs using UiPath's Activity Creator extension for Visual Studio. The steps below will give you the foundation to build custom activities in 5 minutes flat. In this section, we'll create an activity package and in the next, populate it with functional activities.

What You'll Need


1) Add the UiPath Activity Creator Extension to Visual Studio

Open Visual Studio and click Extensions > Manage Extensions.

In the wizard that appears, click Online and then Search (Ctrl+E) for UiPath. Download the UiPath Activity Creator extension.

Close Visual Studio and, once the VSIX Installer appears, complete the installation.

2) Create a UiPath Project

Reopen Visual Studio and double-click Create a new project on the home screen.

On the Create a new project screen, type "uipath" in the search bar, select UiPath Standard Activity Project, and click Next.

Give your project a name. The UiPath convention is <Your company's name>.<Your product's name> (e.g. UiPath.Orchestrator). Then click Create.

Creating an activity package called MyCompany.MyProduct

Creating an activity package called MyCompany.MyProduct

Navigate to the Solution Explorer and notice that 3 projects, a Shared folder, and many files have now been added to solution. This is the foundation of every activity package. Continue to the next section to add your first activity.

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What's Next

You now have the package structure, but still need to add some activities. Proceed to the next page to learn how!

The Simple Activity

How to Create Activities

Using UiPath's Activity Creator extension for Visual Studio

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