By default, the UiPath switch activity will use an integer type. But the switch case activity can be changed to use any valid data type, including a String.
They key to using the String in the switch activity is to configure the argument type in the properties panel. Just change the reference type of the UiPath Switch to String, use a String value in the expression, and your RPA program will work. And you’ll find it to be a great alternative to using the UiPath if activity to implement conditional logic in your RPA applications.
This example was done on UiPath Studio installation 21.4.
The UiPath Switch Activity allows developers to implement multi-branch conditional logic without having to resort to nested UiPath If statements.
UiPath int32 Switch
In this Switch Activity Example in UiPath Studio, we explain how to use an int32 value as the expression of the switch. We provide various numeric values, and suggest whether or not a full cricket, hockey, hurling or surfing team could be assembled.
This example was done on an installation of UiPath Studio 21.4.
If you want to learn conditional programming in UiPath Studio, there are two activities to choose from:
In this tutorial, we will focus on the If Then activity.
UiPath Conditional Logic tutorial
The steps to use the conditional UiPath if activity in a program are:
Jenkins CI is a great tool. But it doesn’t fit every developer’s needs.
If you are looking for a list of 10 Jenkins alternatives, here are the best ones:
The great thing about being UiPath Certified is the fact that you get to use the UiPath Certification badge on your resume, business card and website.
The use of any other UiPath Logo is not allowed. Try and use the standard UiPath logo on any product or resource of yours and you’ll quickly get a letter from their legal department. But if you earn your RPA certification, the UiPath Certified Logo is fair game.
So, how do you get the UiPath Certified badge or logo?
Here are the top ten most often asked Java memory management interview questions.
# Top Java Garbage Collection Interview Questions
These ten Java memory management interview questions are designed to test an applicant on their JDK optimization and Java performance management skills:
The standard Git Flow Diagram has always left a lot to be desired.
Git Flow Diagram Problems
Here are the issues with the typical Git Flow diagram:
That’s why I like this better Git Flow diagram. The image below is based on it.
Here’s a link to the proper image: Better Gitflow Workflow Diagram
The following is a transcript of the UiPath Anchor Base tutorial posted above.
I did a previous tutorial on how to do some basic text extraction without the Anchor Base activity as an introduction, but if you ever start doing serious data extraction from your PDFs, you absolutely must use the UiPath Anchor Base Activity with the AnchorPosition property. That’s the only way to really make text extraction work with multiple PDF files from different vendors over an extended timeline where the structure of the file might change.
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