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  • 1.  BP -License URGENT

    Posted 6 days ago
    by mistake, I downloaded the trial edition instead of learning edition
    is there any way to retrieve my projects?

    Sam Lima

  • 2.  RE: BP -License URGENT

    Posted 6 days ago

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  • 4.  RE: BP -License URGENT

    Posted 6 days ago
    @Sam Lima,

    Have you tried opening a ticket with Blue Prism Support?


    Eric Wilson
    Director, Integrations and Enablement
    Blue Prism Digital Exchange

  • 5.  RE: BP -License URGENT
    Best Answer

    Posted 6 days ago
    Sorry Sam for the late reply. You might have got a license file when you were working with Learning Edition.

    Can you try to reinstall the Learning Edition and put the .lic file there?

    Also, there are alternative ways to retrieve your processes and objects since they are usually stored in your backend database. If you have SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) installed on your machine, you can log into your server and locate the Blue Prism database that you used for connecting on the sign up window of your Blue Prism Interactive Client.

    As you can see this is the database I have for my Blue Prism application:

    You can try to execute the below query:

    SELECT TOP (1000) [processid]
      FROM [Blue Prism].[dbo].[BPAProcess]​

    This query will return you all the processes/objects along with their XML definitions:

    You can copy the XML definitions and paste them to a blank notepad file which you can later save as .xml file. Whenever you wish to import the objects or processes in the new environment you can easily do that from those files. It can be a lengthy process but if your new Blue Prism environment is unable to connect to this database then you have to go via this approach only.

    Also, I would suggest you to frequently create an export of all the processes and objects in form of a .bprelease file in order to avoid all these mishaps that can occur due to any environmental issues. Whenever you migrate to some other environment even if accidentally it happens, you still will have a .bprelease file with all your saved artifacts which you can import.

    Hope it helps you out and if my solution resolves your query, then please mark it as the 'Best Answer' so that the others members in the community having similar problem statement can track the answer easily in future

    Devneet Mohanty
    Intelligent Process Automation Consultant | Sr. Consultant - Automation Developer,
    Wonderbotz India Pvt. Ltd.
    Blue Prism Community MVP | Blue Prism 7x Certified Professional


  • 6.  RE: BP -License URGENT

    Posted 6 days ago
    @Devneet Mohanty thank you so much I reinstall learning edition and thing went good​

    Sam Lima

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