[Automation] Working with SQL transactions in UiPath

Level of Difficulty: Beginner – Senior. When working with databases, the use of transactions is a very healthy habit to get used to. It will save you from those update or delete statements without a where clause that cannot be undone (especially in prod… Imagine…). UiPath presents the Start Transaction activity which claims to doContinue reading “[Automation] Working with SQL transactions in UiPath”

[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”

[Python] Using Python for SQL Schema and Table Validation and Logging Progress to Microsoft Teams

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate to Senior. So you’ve reached created a database, you’ve created schemas and tables. You’ve managed to create an automation Python script that communicates with the database, however, you’ve reached a crossroad where you need to validate your SQL tables. Some of the validation might include ensuring that the tables exist andContinue reading “[Python] Using Python for SQL Schema and Table Validation and Logging Progress to Microsoft Teams”