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Orchestrator API Guide
Last updated Nov 10, 2023

Assets Requests

Note: Global and Per Robot text assets support up to 1,000,000 characters.
Important:
$filter queries return the result of a custom filter that uses Name and Description parameters in a contains function.

Retrieving a Specific Asset

The call below enables you to display all the available information for the asset with the DocAPITest name and 455 Id.

GET

https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/Assets/UiPath.Server.Configuration.OData.GetRobotAsset(robotId='455',assetName='DocAPITest')

Request headers

Key

Value

Authorization

Bearer

Response code

200 OK

Response body

{
    "@odata.context": "https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/$metadata#UiPath.Application.Dto.Assets.RobotAssetDto",
    "Name": "DocAPITest",
    "ValueType": "Text",
    "StringValue": "An asset added through an API call",
    "BoolValue": false,
    "IntValue": 0,
    "CredentialUsername": "",
    "CredentialPassword": ""
}{
    "@odata.context": "https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/$metadata#UiPath.Application.Dto.Assets.RobotAssetDto",
    "Name": "DocAPITest",
    "ValueType": "Text",
    "StringValue": "An asset added through an API call",
    "BoolValue": false,
    "IntValue": 0,
    "CredentialUsername": "",
    "CredentialPassword": ""
}

Retrieving Per Robot Assets

To perform a GET request to the /odata/Assets/UiPath.Server.Configuration.OData.GetRobotAssetByRobotId() endpoint, you need to provide the robotId and assetName in the URL. Please note that only the username is returned for Per Robot credential assets, as you can see in the example below.

GET

https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/Assets/UiPath.Server.Configuration.OData.GetRobotAssetByRobotId(robotId=193,assetName='Testing')

Request headers

Key

Value

Authorization

Bearer

Response code

200 OK

Response body

{
  "@odata.context": "https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/$metadata#UiPath.Application.Dto.Assets.RobotAssetDto",
  "Name": "Testing",
  "ValueType": "Credential",
  "StringValue": "",
  "BoolValue": false,
  "IntValue": 0,
  "CredentialUsername": "DocBot",
  "CredentialPassword": ""
}{
  "@odata.context": "https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/$metadata#UiPath.Application.Dto.Assets.RobotAssetDto",
  "Name": "Testing",
  "ValueType": "Credential",
  "StringValue": "",
  "BoolValue": false,
  "IntValue": 0,
  "CredentialUsername": "DocBot",
  "CredentialPassword": ""
}

Adding an Asset

The following example enables you to create a new global asset, of type text.

POST

https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/Assets

Request headers

Key

Value

Authorization

Bearer

Request body

{
    "Name": "DocAPITest",
    "ValueScope": "Global",
    "ValueType": "Text", 
    "StringValue": "An asset added through an API call"
}{
    "Name": "DocAPITest",
    "ValueScope": "Global",
    "ValueType": "Text", 
    "StringValue": "An asset added through an API call"
}

Response code

200 OK

Response body

{
    "@odata.context": "https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/$metadata#Assets/$entity",
    "Name": "DocAPITest",
    "CanBeDeleted": true,
    "ValueScope": "Global",
    "ValueType": "Text",
    "Value": "An asset added through an API call",
    "StringValue": "An asset added through an API call",
    "BoolValue": false,
    "IntValue": 0,
    "CredentialUsername": "",
    "CredentialPassword": "",
    "Id": 455,
    "KeyValueList": []
}{
    "@odata.context": "https://{yourDomain}/{organizationName}/{tenantName}/orchestrator_/odata/$metadata#Assets/$entity",
    "Name": "DocAPITest",
    "CanBeDeleted": true,
    "ValueScope": "Global",
    "ValueType": "Text",
    "Value": "An asset added through an API call",
    "StringValue": "An asset added through an API call",
    "BoolValue": false,
    "IntValue": 0,
    "CredentialUsername": "",
    "CredentialPassword": "",
    "Id": 455,
    "KeyValueList": []
}

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