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Add Environment Variables such as Executing User that may include the values of the logged in user who executed the attended automation OR if it's unattended it might be some source schedule info or REST API calling parameters.
Create a Value Type variable using file assignment as in Automation Anywhere
When we have multiple bots with parameters and configurations, it is very useful to have config files that contain variables and parameters that we need to update during the development or after the deployment. This helps you to have a scalable co...
Add support for HTTP Reqest Delete Method with Body Payload
Currently the HTTP Request object for the DELETE method does not support the body info. The RFC for REST does not explicitly say that a body is forbidden. But the IBM DBA Rest API does require a body payloyd for some of its API for DELETE Methods ...
The tool would have the same functionality as the "evaluate" command. The idea is that developers can test their evaluations during implementation and also during debugging, without the need to run the evaluate command on different occasions.. Sim...
Click command support for right-clicks and double right-clicks
Currently, the click command only supports left-click and double left-clicks. It could start supporting right-clicks and double right-clicks as well. This would remove the need for using real mouse inputs to simulate right-clicks and double right-...
Provide an inline evaluator within the scripts for mathematical processing
Instead of having to do math calculate commands everytime we want to modify a number value it would be great if we could designate some evaluated math that would return values. For instance if I wanted to select vIndex + 1 instead of using a comma...
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