Upon upgrading your existing Orchestrator instance all entities are migrated to the folders context, either a single folder (Default) or a folder for each previous Organization Unit in use. These entities can continue to be used as before, with no change in backwards compatibility or performance.
To take advantage of the features provided by modern folders you must recompile existing workflows using new system activities (UiPath.System.Activities v19.10.1 or higher) and re-provision all other existing entities into a modern folder structure except for:
- Robots - as they are automatically provisioned for users with access to the new modern folder; and
- Environments - as they are not used in the context of a modern folder.
See here to learn more about the additional features provided by Modern folders.
Upgrading your existing entities to the modern model removes all backwards compatibility. The recompiled workflows are only executable by 19.10 Robots.
To convert your current deployment, in whole or in part, to utilize modern folders some entities must be redeployed while other must be recreated entirely. Please keep in mind that modern folders can only be used for attended robots, so your existing unattended robots, and their corresponding processes and queues, must remain in classic folders.
A general overview of the migration process can be thought of as follows:
- Each previous Organization Unit, or Tenant if no OU's were used, becomes a First Level Folder. This is done automatically when you upgrade your Orchestrator instance.
- Each Environment becomes a separate subfolder or, alternatively, it's own First Level Folder if you want to keep the users and processes in each segregated completely.
- The workflow of each Package must be recompiled using current activities and then republished or uploaded to Orchestrator.
- Using the newly compiled Packages, each Process must be redeployed to the Folder (or subfolder) which corresponds with its previous Environment.
- Each User must be added to the Folder(s) corresponding with the Processes they need to access.
This migration can be performed in a seamless manner for the User, with the Orchestrator administrator creating and adding the entire modern folder structure and needed entities while the users still utilize the existing entities in the classic folders where they are assigned. During this time you can create two robots with the same
domain\username, one in a classic folder and one in a modern folder, and the user sees and executes only the classic processes available to them. When the classic robot is deleted, the modern robot takes over and executes the newly created and added modern versions of those same processes, with no change in the user's experience.
Classic robots must be manually deleted. If a classic robot exists with the same
domain/username as a user in a modern folder, the user will only have access to the classic robot and related processes.
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