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using a python virtual environment(venv/conda) with Automation Anywhere

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How do I use python virtual environments(venv/conda) inside of Automation Anywhere? 

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Best answer by arjun.meda 27 October 2023, 11:04

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@daniel.armstrong  

 

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@rbkadiyam the video you provided doesn’t contain any information on using python virtual environments.  In case your are not familiar with python, A virtual environment is a tool that helps you by keeping track of the dependencies required by your different projects. These virtual environments allows you to isolated the specific packages and versions that your project is dependent on. They also reduce the chances that you will run into dependency issues or breaking changes. if you don’t use a virtual environment or package manager, you can have issues maintaining your code, if your projects are build with different python/packages versions. 

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Hi @daniel.armstrong 

Even I am looking for this

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@daniel.armstrong 

An approach could be using scripting called them from A360, but it would be non-interactive with A360 actions for now i dont know how could be to use venv directly.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30927567/a-python-script-that-activates-the-virtualenv-and-then-runs-another-python-scrip

 

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@daniel.armstrong

An approach could be using scripting called them from A360, but it would be non-interactive with A360 actions for now i dont know how could be to use venv directly.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30927567/a-python-script-that-activates-the-virtualenv-and-then-runs-another-python-scrip

 

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@daniel.armstrong - Hope this answered your question.

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