UiPath Invoke Method

UiPath Invoke Method

We will learn step by step tutorial for “UiPath Invoke Method”. The Invoke Method activity calls a public method of the specified object or type. Invoke Method acts on either a Target Type OR a Target Object. These parameters are mutually exclusive, so if you try to enter a value for both the Target Type and the Target Object, UiPath will display an error on the Invoke Method activity.

The InvokeMethod activity is another way to implement a code that is outside of the standard built-in activities. You can use this activity to invoke a method of a class. The class does not need to be part of the workflow or use any of the workflow base classes. The Invoke Method calls a public method of a specified object or type.

In one line suppose we have a class library/DLL in vb.net or c#, I want to call that method or want to pass some value from UiPath. The invoke method is the best feature that is available in UiPath.

Step 1: First we create a simple class library in .net and call this DLL in UiPath using the NuGet package manager.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download Nuget Package Explorer  for putting above DLL and import in uipath studio

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Step2: create the DLL of the above program and import in uipath studio. after that open, the uipath studio and call Invoke method activities.

Step3: Now install NuGet packages into your UiPath Studio and call the library classes in uipath.

Step4:  Drag and drop the activities “invoke the method” and choose the class library class. now return will be displayed in the message box.

UiPath Invoke Method

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