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Enate UiPath Connector & Documentation 7.2.9

Here is a link to download the UiPath Connector v7.2.9 to connect to Enate.
Enate.Workflow.Activities.7.2.9.nupkg (114.9 KB)

The Enate UiPath connector allows easy integration with Enate’s enterprise workflow engine. It allows bots to get work from the Enate platform, edit the data, add or download files and update the Enate platform. We can also create new work items on the Enate platform using the UiPath Activity.

New in this release of the Connector is 1 new Activity:
Add defect - to add a defect to case/ticket. Plus bug fixes in ticket/case creation.

Here’s some documentation to go along with the connector: a Guide to setting up UiPath and Enate Workflow, and a copy of the Enate UiPath Workflow Activity Library.

Setting Up UIPath and Enate WorkflowV2.0.docx (109.5 KB)

Enate UiPath Workflow Activity Library v7.2.9.docx (658.7 KB)

This .Net Workflow Activity library allows easy integration with Enate v2019. The Activities will perform authentication when necessary and allow a single authentication token to be passed between concurrent calls to improve performance.

All date/time values are passed in UTC and each Enate Activity has a standard set of 4 arguments:

  • PlatformURL (String) - This should be set to the URL of your Enate instance, as you would type in a portal to get to the login page. e.g. https://hosting.enate.net/MyInstance
  • Username (String) - Any valid Username for your Enate instance. Only required if AuthenticationToken is not set or has expired.
  • Password (String) - The current Password for the user account specified in Username. Only required if AuthenticationToken is not set or has expired.
  • AuthenticationToken (String) - After an initial call to an Activity has succeeded its authentication token can be reused if the next call is made within the configured timeout window. The timeout is configured per customer instance so please check your token validity duration with Enate Support.

Each successful Activity will output a new AuthenticationToken that resets the timeout window.