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The UiPath Process Mining Guide

Deploy a Release

Introduction

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Note:

In this guide, it is assumed there is only one environment.

Deploying a release requires the following steps:

  1. If the release is not available on the server where it is being deployed, it must be acquired first. This can be done by either importing a release from a repository, or by uploading it.
    Furthermore, the build that the release uses should also be made available on the server if it is not already.
  2. The release is activated. If the release is activated for the first time, default user access rights should be configured.
  3. If the release is being deployed for the first time, user access rights will need to be configured.

Uploading a release

A release that has been made available by a developer as an .mvtag file can be uploaded to the server either by using the upload option, or by dragging a release file onto the Superadmin Releases tab.
Follow these steps to upload a release.

StepAction
1Go to the Superadmin Releases tab.
2Click on the menu icon in the top-left and select Upload a release to this server….
3Drag the desired release file onto the Upload File dialog or browse for it on your computer.
4Click on OK.

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Note:

You can also drag the desired release file to the Releases tab.

The uploaded release is now visible in the list of releases.

Importing a release

An existing release can be imported from a repository.

Follow these steps to import a release from the repository.

StepAction
1Go to the Superadmin Releases tab.
2Click on the menu icon in the top-left and select Import a release from the repository….
3Select the repository that contains the desired release.
4Select the branch that contains the desired release.
5Select the desired release.
6Click on IMPORT.

The imported release is now visible in the list of releases.

Uploading a build

The build used by the release must be available on the server to be able to activate the release. Which build is used by the release can be seen in the Build column in the Releases tab. If it is not yet available, the required build can be uploaded in the Builds tab. The build should be made available by the developer.

Follow these steps to upload a build.

StepAction
1Go to the Superadmin Builds tab.
2Click on the menu icon in the top-left and select Upload build….
3Drag the desired build file onto the dialog or browse for it on your computer and click on OK.
4Right click in the list on the build that has been uploaded and select Activate as Superadmin.

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Note:

You can also drag the desired build file to the Builds tab.

The uploaded build is now activated and visible in the list of builds.

See: The Builds Tab.

Activating releases

When activating a release, a dialog is shown. Any modules not present in the previous active release are highlighted in green.
The default access rights of these new modules can be set to:

  • All users: all current and future users will automatically have access to the module.
  • No users: no current or future users will initially have access to the module. The individual user rights will need to be set for the module.

Any changes in the name and/or description of previously active modules will be highlighted in orange.
See illustration below.

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Follow these steps to activate a release.

StepAction
1Go to the Superadmin Releases tab.
2Right click on the release that is to be activated.
3Select Make active on - production.
4Select the desired default access for new modules, if any.
5Click OK.

The Active on column now says production in front of the activated release and the release can be accessed by users with the proper access rights once a cache has been generated.

See: The Releases Tab.

Automated release deployment

The following command-line functions are available that you can use to automate your release pipeline:

  • ImportRelease to import releases either from a local file or a Git repository.
  • ActivateRelease to activate the release.

You can use these commands in a batch script, to automatically release a new version to different (production) environments. For example, the processgold.bat script that is available in the Builds folder of your UiPath Process Mining installation.

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Deploy a Release


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