A process library describes a system of activities with a well-contoured business function, making them suitable for sharing and reusability. You can find a more detailed approach on the subject on the About Libraries page in our Studio guide.
In Orchestrator, this functionality implies a centralized location where all libraries are stored, namely the Libraries page, accessed by selecting its tab from the Packages page. From here, libraries are shared across teams and tenants and can be used by any user with access.
Explicitly, on the Libraries page, you can view and delete all the libraries that had been published from UiPath Studio, as well as those that were uploaded manually. There you can see the version of each package and release notes for each version, if any (should be added in Studio to better keep track of changes between versions).
Using v3 feed URLs results in a couple of display issues with packages.
The publish date of a package is not correct.
For MyGet feeds, the total number of packages is much greater than the actual number of packages uploaded to the feed.
Libraries are isolated at the tenant level, meaning that the data is separated across tenants.
At the tenant level, libraries either published from Studio or manually uploaded by the user are stored within the chosen feed. See here how to choose and configure your feed at the tenant level.
Please note you need View and Edit permissions on Libraries in this regard.
The Libraries page is the same for the entire Orchestrator instance, meaning libraries are not isolated at the tenant level: each tenant has access to the other tenants' activity. If the tenant feed hasn't been chosen explicitly, the tenant uses the host feed by default.
At the host level, libraries are stored within the host feed and are available to all tenants which use the host feed. You may configure whether you allow tenants to upload libraries into the host feed using the corresponding check box on the Settings page. See here how to choose and configure your feed at the host level.
To be able to perform various operations on the Libraries page, you need to be granted the corresponding permissions on Libraries:
- View - Downloading a library and viewing any libraries-related details;
- Create - Uploading a library.
Read more about roles.
Updated 2 months ago