To save time and decrease implementation costs, you can run your UiPath automation in your case type to fetch data during case processing.
In the navigation pane of Dev Studio, click Case types.
Click an existing case type to open it, or add a new case type. For more information, see Creating a top-level case type.
On the Workflow tab, click Stage, and then enter a name in the field.
In the Process section, click Select., then click
In the Step pane, in the Robot type field, select UiPath.
In the Automation section, in the Process field, select the process that you want to run. This field displays all available processes in your application.
In the Request data transform field, select the data transform that you want to use to map the property on the work page to the input of your process.
In the Response data transform field, select the data transform that you want to use to map the output of the process to a property on your work page.
In the Robot queue section, enter the work queue to which the assignment is routed.
To validate the incoming values after your automation is complete, in the Assignment validation criteria field, select a validate rule.If the validation fails, the values do not appear on the work page, and the system routes the assignment to the Conflicting Robotic Assignments work queue. If a job fails in Orchestrator, the system routes the assignment to the Failed Robotic Assignments work queue.
Apply a goal and deadline to the assignment by pressing the Down arrow key in the Assignment service level field and then selecting the name of a service-level agreement.