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Embed a UiPath App
With PixieBrix, you can embed UiPath Apps into any webpage, including 3rd-party pages, and automatically pass information from the page to the app
For example, you could embed a UiPath app in the Salesforce Service Console, passing in the case number and any other case information:
Add the "UiPath App" brick as the renderer for the panel
In the brick configuration, enter the URL for your UiPath App:
To pass information from the page to a UiPath App, you will add Textbox fields to your app that PixieBrix will fill out when the app loads.
To expose an Textbox field to PixieBrix, add a Textbox. In the "Hint Text" provide a property name
<property>name can be any string, e.g., in the example below uses
Optionally, you can hide the Textbox in the app by checking the "Hidden" checkbox under "Other Properties"
To use the provided property in your application, add a Value Binding to the field. Alternatively/additionally, you can configure a "Value Changed" rule for the Textbox. See the UiPath Apps documentation for more details
In the "UiPath App" brick configuration, add an input property for each field to pass through:
If a property has name
property, it will be passed into the Textbox that contains hint