Release date: 11 August 2022
Automation Suite 2022.4.1, which delivers Orchestrator 2022.4.2, is now available.
This Orchestrator version includes the following:
- the fixes and functionality previously shipped with standalone Orchestrator 2022.4.2
- the fixes and functionality previously shipped with standalone Orchestrator 2022.4.1
Release date: 3 August 2022
The capabilities and fixes described in these release notes are currently available only in standalone Orchestrator.
- Orchestrator now uses ASP.NET Core Module 6.0.6.
When you delete a process that is associated to a trigger, that particular trigger is still displayed on the Search page, instead of being deleted along with the process. If you try to edit the trigger on the Search page, the "ProcessSchedule does not exist (#1002)" error is returned.
Microsoft.Data.SqlClientparameter used to connect Orchestrator to SQL Server can cause upgrades or installs to fail in case of SQL certificates that are not trusted by the Orchestrator machine or whose revocation check cannot be performed from that machine.
The following exception is displayed in such cases:
System.Exception: Error:-1, Message:An error occurred while retrieving latest migrations. Microsoft.Data.SqlClient.SqlException (0x80131904): A connection was successfully established with the server, but then an error occurred during the login process. (provider: SSL Provider, error: 0 - The target principal name is incorrect.)
To prevent this, apply one of the following measures:
- If the connection string is using a hostname instead of an FQDN, update it to use an FQDN for SQL Server.
- If Orchestrator cannot reach the servers in the certificate chain, causing revocation list issues, add
TrustServerCertificate=Trueto the connection string.
Note that certain newer services might require these to be specifically declared in the connection string by feeding the updated connection string as an argument to the MSI through the command line.
- Accessing the Orchestrator Host Feed in Studio resulted in the following error: “Failed to retrieve metadata from source”. This happened because the Libraries > Secure deployment setting and the corresponding value in the Orchestrator database were opposite.
Upon upgrading to this Orchestrator version, the default Libraries > Secure deployment setting is to allow public access to the libraries.
For fresh installs, the default Libraries > Secure deployment setting is to allow only authenticated user to access the libraries.
- An explanatory warning message,
Cannot determine ssl binding site name when ssl flags options are set., is now displayed when
Get-ChildItem -Path IIS:\SSLBindingsis called from the Platform Configuration Tool.
The reason for this warning is an IIS issue which prevents the site name from being returned upon calling this parameter, no matter which SSL binding flag is selected in the Platform Configuration Tool.
Previously, an inaccurate error message,
No SSL binding is used by UiPath Orchestrator., was displayed in such cases.
What do the labels mean?
This version of Orchestrator is available in two deployment models:
- standalone Orchestrator
- Orchestrator service which is part of Automation Suite
The product is similar enough across deployment types to share the same documentation.
But differences do exist. When certain information applies to only one of the deployments, we use the following labels:
- - only applies to standalone Orchestrator and does not apply to Automation Suite Orchestrator.
- - only applies to Automation Suite Orchestrator and does not apply to standalone Orchestrator.
Whenever there is no label, the information applies to both deployment types.
Updated about a month ago