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UiPath Process Mining

The UiPath Process Mining Guide

From Data to Dashboard

Introduction

This page describes the necessary steps to roll out a customized version of app or discovery accelerator to end-users. It starts with the input data and covers all the steps that are needed to provide the data in a meaningful way to end-users.

From data to dashboard

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Input Tables of the Basic Connector Deploying a Connector Creating an app from a base app Basic Connector Creating Dashboards Commit Set build Update/Commit Output Dataset Create Release Generate Cache Deploy a Release

Steps in the connector

The steps below refer to the Basic Connector, but you can do this in the same way for the SAP Connectors.

Step 1: Identify input data.
Step 2: Deploy the latest version of the connector.
Step 3: Transform the data in an appropriate event log.
Step 4: Commit your changes in the connector.
Step 5: Export the output dataset from the connector.

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Note

If you did not make any changes to the dataset, it is not needed to export the dataset.

Steps in the app or discovery accelerator

Step 1: Create a new app and use the latest version of the app or discovery accelerator as the base app.
Step 2: Make the desired changes, see App and Discovery accelerator development.
Step 3: Set the build version.
Step 4: Commit your changes.
Step 5: Create a release.

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Note

If you did not make any changes to the app or discovery accelerator, it is not needed to create a new release.

Steps to roll out the app or discovery accelerator with the new dataset

Step 6: Generate a cache with the created release and the output dataset.
Step 7: Deploy the release to make the changes available to end-users.

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From Data to Dashboard


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