[RPA] Using SQL User-Defined Table Types in UiPath as a Component of a Data Exchange Architecture

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate – Senior. This post will assist in understanding what SQL user-defined table types (UDTTs) are and how they can be used within UiPath as a part of a Data Exchange Architecture (DEA). Following explanations of UDTTs and DEA approaches, we will do a practical implementation walkthrough. User-Defined Table Types (UDTTs) User-definedContinue reading “[RPA] Using SQL User-Defined Table Types in UiPath as a Component of a Data Exchange Architecture”

[RPA] The Use of Design Patterns in UiPath Processes

Level of Difficulty: Senior. This post will assist in understanding the practical use of design patterns and how they can be applied to the development of processes within UiPath. What’re Design Patterns? In a nutshell, a design pattern can be described as a template (or format) that is used to structure code in order toContinue reading “[RPA] The Use of Design Patterns in UiPath Processes”

[Automation]: Working With The UiPath Automation Hub API And Postman (Then Getting The Code)

Level of Difficulty: Beginner – Senior. Does your organisation use Automation Hub to capture and consolidate automation ideas and collateral? Have you ever wanted to interact with the data you have in Automation Hub in an automated manner? Well UiPath makes that easier now with the Automation Hub API – no more front-end automations neededContinue reading “[Automation]: Working With The UiPath Automation Hub API And Postman (Then Getting The Code)”