[Deprecated] Export a Process to UiPath

This article contains outdated information regarding UiPath export, and may be removed in the near-term future.

Please see RPA Export from Blueprint for updated information on all RPA Export functionality.

Blueprint integrates with UiPath to provide a head start for robot development and orchestration by seamlessly pushing aligned and prioritized business processes into your UiPath instance.

Using Blueprint alongside UiPath ensures that visibility and context is communicated to robot developers by making related constraints like rules, policies, regulations, etc. and attachments available with a single click.

To be able to feed Process models - along with all visual elements, attachments, and traces - from Blueprint to UiPath, a project administrator must first configure your UiPath integration settings in the Administration Portal. For more information, see the Configure UiPath Integrations Settings article.

To export a Process artifact along with all associated information into UiPath:

  1. Access the Process artifact that you want to export.
  2. In the artifact details view, click the More button and select Export Artifact to UiPath.
  3. A notification is displayed indicating that the RPA export has been scheduled. Click the link in the message to view the operation on the Jobs page.
    You can also access the export by clicking Jobs in the main toolbar and then clicking the Import/Export tab.
    If you want to download the UiPath project files locally and then open them in a UiPath instance, click the download icon for your export.
    Files generated expire after 10 days and are no longer available but this can be changed by adding an Application Setting: ExportFileExpirationInDays.
  4. Open the project in UiPath. The business process along with all the visual elements including task details, attachments, and traces that exist are sent.
    A twin tether back to Blueprint is automatically created so bot developers can reference what that asset looks like and access any attachments or specific process steps they desire.
    Anything that is changed in Blueprint regarding that artifact (whether it be modifications to process steps or contextual information like attachments) is also automatically pushed to your UiPath instance and updated.