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PowerShell Drive and Cmdlets for Orchestrator

PowerShell Drive and Cmdlets for Orchestrator

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Summary

Summary

PowerShell Drive and Cmdlets for managing Orchestrator.

Overview

Overview

This PowerShell module UiPathOrch enables you to mount multiple Orchestrator tenants as PSDrives, allowing you to navigate through their folders using commands like cd, dir, mkdir, rmdir within the pwsh console. Beyond simple folder navigation, it facilitates the manipulation of various entities through a range of cmdlets and wildcards. Notably, this module functions even in environments where Studio/Assistant is not installed.

Please be aware that this module is still in development and has not undergone comprehensive testing.

How to Install

  1. Install PowerShell 7.x

https://learn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/powershell/scripting/install/installing-powershell-on-windows

  1. Install UiPathOrch in pwsh console

PS> Install-Module UiPathOrch

  1. Import UiPathOrch in pwsh console

PS> Import-Module UiPathOrch

  1. Create external app in Orchestrator admin page and fill the config file.
  2. Reopen pwsh console and import the module again.

PS> Import-Package UiPathOrch,PSReadLine

Now you can use Orch1: drive to manage Orchestrator. PSReadLine module is needed for enabling auto-completion with [Tabl] or [Ctrl+Space] key.

Detailed install steps are explained in the PDFs attached in the Resources section.

How to list all cmdlets in UiPathOrch:

PS> Get-Command -Module UiPathOrch

How to confirm the OAuth scopes needed in the UiPath config file for each cmdlet:

  • Run the following command after Import-Module.

PS> Get-Help

How to specify the target folder:

  • -Path parameter specifies the source folders. If not specified, the current folder will be used as the source.
  • The -Path parameter allows specifying multiple paths, including wildcard characters, separated by commas.

PS C:&gt; Get-OrchAsset -Path Orch1:\Shared,Orch2:\Shared

  • You can navigate to the target folder with cd instaed of specifying -Path parameter.

PS C:&gt; cd Orch1:\Shared

PS Orch1:\Shared> Get-OrchAsset

How to operate all the folder entities in the tenant:

  • -Recurse parameter specifies that the operation should include the target folder and all its subfolders. Therefore, by specifying the -Recurse parameter at the root folder, all folder entities can be targeted for operations.

PS Orch1:\Shared> Get-OrchAsset -Recurse

How to confirm which entities are targeted:

  • To check how the specified wildcard is expanded, use the -WhatIf parameter. This will not actually perform the operation.

PS Orch1:\Shared> Get-OrchAsset -Recurse my*

How to Navigate to the Installation Folder:

  • The installation folder contains user-guide PDF and sample scripts.

PS> Set-OrchLocation

How to update the UiPathOrch module

  • This module is currently updated frequently. To update the installed module, please run the following:

PS> Update-Module UiPathOrch

Documents

  • The PDF files attached here are included with the PowerShell module UiPathOrch and are updated as necessary. Therefore, we recommend referring to the PDFs included with UiPathOrch once you have installed it.

Features

Features

  • Tenants can be mounted as PowerShell drives and operated on like a file system.
  • There is no limit to the number of tenants that can be mounted simultaneously.
  • Multiple folders across multiple tenants can be operated on in a single line by specifying them with the -Path parameter.
  • Specify multiple entities to operate on using comma-separated names, including wildcard characters, for bulk operations.
  • Operate on most tenant entities and folder entities in Orchestrator.
  • Tenant entities can be gotten and removed. They can also be copied to another tenant. Folder entities can also be gotten and removed. They can be copied to another folder within the same tenant or to a folder in a different tenant.
  • Multiple folders across multiple tenants can be operated on in a single line by specifying them with the -Path parameter.
  • Specify multiple entities to operate on using comma-separated names, including wildcard characters, for bulk operations.
  • Cmdlets with Orch noun can be used in the UiPathOrch drive.
  • Cmdlets with Du can be used in the UiPathOrchDu drive.
  • Cmdlets with Tm can be used in the UiPathOrchTm drive.

Tenant entities:

  • OrchLicense
  • OrchRole
  • OrchUser
  • OrchRobot
  • OrchMachine
  • OrchCredentialStore
  • OrchLibrarie
  • OrchPackage
  • OrchSetting
  • OrchSession
  • OrchAlert
  • OrchCalendar
  • OrchWebhook
  • OrchStats
  • OrchPersonalWorkspace

Folder entities:

  • OrchFolderUser
  • OrchFolderMachine
  • OrchAsset (includes per-user assets)
  • OrchCredentialAsset (includes per-user credential assets)
  • OrchQueue
  • OrchQueueItem
  • OrchLog
  • OrchJob
  • OrchJobMedia (Screenshots attached in Jobs)
  • OrchTrigger
  • OrchApiTrigger
  • OrchStorageBucket
  • OrchActionCatalog
  • OrchTestCase
  • OrchTestSet
  • OrchTestSetExecution
  • OrchTestSchedule
  • OrchTestDataQueue
  • OrchTestDataQueueItem

Platform Management:

  • OrchPmUser
  • OrchPmRobotAccount
  • OrchPmGroup
  • OrchPmExternalApiResource
  • OrchPmExternalApplication

Document Understanding:

  • DuDocumentType
  • DuClassifier
  • DuExtract

Test Manager:

  • TmRequrement
  • TmTestSet
  • TmTestCase

Additional Information

Additional Information

Dependencies

None

Publisher

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Updated

July 2, 2024

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Studio: 21.4+

Application

Microsoft PowerShell

Support

UiPath Community Support

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