When you have received additional roles, you must refresh the Process Mining portal page to access the functions that are available for the new role or roles. For example, when you are a Business user and you now have Developer and/or Administrator rights, you must refresh the Process Mining portal page to see the Admin Console tab.
Similarly, you still may see any functions you cannot use anymore after a role has been revoked, until you refresh the Process Mining portal page.
When you have enabled the Process Mining service for your tenant the Process Mining option is available in your UiPath Automation Cloud Portal. When you click on the Process Mining option in the menu, the Process Mining portal is displayed. Initially, the Process Mining portal displays a welcome message and does not contain any process apps. See the illustration below.
Based on your permissions, you can create new process apps, or published process apps will be made available for you. These will be displayed in the Process Mining portal. See the illustration below for an example.
Based on your permissions, different menu options, and functionalities are displayed.
Below is a description of the elements in the Process Mining portal.
|Process apps tab||The Process apps tab is the starting point for business users to analyze data using published process apps, and for app developers to create and publish process apps.|
|Published process apps||- Contains an overview of all created process apps that you have been granted access.|
- For each app, the date it was last updated and a quick overview of the actual data is displayed.
- You can click on View application to open the corresponding process app.
You can click on the icon to display a list of available actions for the process app.
|All process apps||- Contains an overview of all created process app and their statuses.|
- Enables you to perform actions on process apps.
Note that the All process apps panel is only visible if you have the Developer role assigned.
|Admin Console||- Enables Administrators to manage access by assigning roles to users or groups.|
Note that the Admin Console tab is only visible if you have the Administrator role assigned.
The Create new app button enables you to create a new process app. See Creating a new process app.
Below is a description of the properties of a process app displayed in the All process apps list.
|Name||The name of the process app.|
|ID||The ID of the process app. You need this ID to upload the data for the process app.|
|Application status||The current status of the process app.|
|Last ingestion date||The date on which the data was last updated.|
Note: When uploading or reloading the data, Pending is displayed.
|Actions menu||Several icons that enable you to perform actions on process apps.|
When hovering over a row in the All process apps list, the actions for the process app are displayed.
Based on your permissions for the process app, different actions may be available for each process app.
|Edit application||Enables you to customize the process app to your business needs. See Working with the dashboard editor.|
Note that the Edit application button is only visible when you have the permission to edit the process app.
|More||Enables you to open a context menu with the following options:|
- Manage permissions: enables you to manage permissions for the process app. See Managing access for Process Apps;
- Upload data: enables you to upload data for process apps. See Uploading data;
- Settings: enables you to edit the current process app details. See Editing process apps.
- Import transformations: enables you to upload the
- Export transformations: enables you to download the transformations of the process app as a
- Delete app: enables you to delete the process app. See Deleting a process app
See the illustration below.
Note that depending on your permissions for the process app, options can be disabled.
See also: Enabling the Service in Automation Cloud.
By default, the Name, the ID, the Applications status, and the Last ingestion date are displayed for the process app listed. Follow these steps to change the visible columns.
|1||Click on Columns to display the list of columns.|
|2||Select the columns you want to display in the All process apps list.|
Note: the Name column cannot be hidden.
See the illustration below.
You can click on Reset to reset the visible columns to the default selection.
Updated about a month ago