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executeScript could have a sibling method called assignScript where a script could be assigned to a variable of type 'script', along with any script initial variable assignments. The script could then be called by calling the variable as a paramet...
As in other programming languages, variable scope would be very useful when calling subroutines. Subroutines should have in and out locally scoped variables that are set in the same way variables are set when calling executeScript
We are wanting to use the IBM Studio reporting tool, however, when trying to create my queries, I only found one way, which is by dragging the preloaded tables and fields using a 'Query Generator'. That way it's unfeasible, I need to assemble my o...
Use local time-zone in email-search-fliter command
We have to manually calculate the timezone difference before input into the email search filter. Is it possible to give choose-timezone options or use-local-time zone option for this command? It is really inconvented to calculate timezone differen...
When a scheduled bot fails to run, have it create a failed job
It is not uncommon for scheduled bots to just not run. At times when it fails to run, no job will be created, and there is no indication that the scheduled job has failed since it just never ran. It could potentially be days before anyone realizes...
If like me, you have bot scripts saved in many different local folders, it makes it slow difficult to find bots you have worked on in the past. So it would be great to be able to pin a folders to the Start Page so you can quickly find the correct ...
Please include folder manipulation in the FTP commands
It is currently not possible to create or delete folders with the IBM RPA FTP commands and this is something very basic that other tools like Automation Anywhere v11 have. When we are working with a file server, the need to manipulate folders is e...
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