In our previous blog, we created our very first Muhimbi "Convert To PDF Activity", so lets get use that activity and automate a business process. Scenario: Convert all files from a folder to PDF and save then different Destination folder.
UiPath is a tool that Empowers the Business analysts \ Power users(who have very limited coding knowledge) to automate business processes within their companies. To improve their experience we can create a Custom activity which they can use easily in their Workflows. So lets create our First Muhimbi Custom activity.
In this blog we convert Power Apps data – including textual, camera and pen / ink content – to HTML and PDF. To make sure there are no authentication problems when deploying the Power App to end-users, we decouple the Power Apps Flows from the Flow that does the PDF Conversion. Confused? Just follow along and your confusion will be cleared.
In a world of unprecedented complexity and digital disruption, your business needs new ways to be agile and maximize strategic opportunities. Now you might be confused as to why Clavin has started the blog with line which does not provide any context about the blog?
To clear your confusion, l have copied the line from the page "UiPath and Microsoft Technology Partnership". If you have been following my blogs, you might have noticed that I have been recently working a lot with Muhimbi PDF Converter and Integrating the service with various technologies. When talking with a client they mentioned that they wanted to test our Converter in combination of UiPath. So this is how my UiPath journey began.
In our previous blog, we understood how the Attachment Control works, how can we push the Attachments into a Gallery Control, Collect all the data from the Gallery and then store the Collection in JSON format in a variable.
In this blog post, we will use the SharePoint List Attachment control(without the SharePoint list Data-source) in Power Apps upload a couple of documents and Merge it into a Single PDF and Send it as an email.