UiPath Process Mining

The UiPath Process Mining Guide

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When working in a team on a single app version control is important. This guide contains an introduction to version control within UiPath Process Mining.


A repository is an optimized storage location for branches. Repositories can be located within your installation, on a folder location on the same server as the UiPath Process Mining installation, or on a different (external) server.


A branch is the permanent shared storage for all the files that belong to an app.

A branch contains the latest version of an application as well as the complete history of all changes committed. A branch can also be defined as a list of all revisions that belong together.

See the illustration below.


From a branch, a workspace can be created. A workspace is a personal copy of a revision from a branch. When you create a new workspace, the files of the latest revision of a branch are loaded.

In the workspace, you can make changes in preparation for committing them to a branch. After committing your workspace will have no more local modifications. You can create workspaces of different branches, but also multiple workspaces of the same branch.



The workspace is not stored in the repository.


A release is a named reference to a specific revision in a branch. It contains all the files in that revision. Releases are stored in your repository, like branches.

See the illustration below.


A revision is created when you commit your changes. A revision refers to a specific version of all files that together define an app. The app can contain an application file, but also other files such as a settings file, images, help files, and so on. Revisions are saved to a branch and numbered starting at 1 when a branch is created.

See the illustration below.

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