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Running bots on the same VM with different user accounts
We know that In IBM RPA, we do not have the ability to run bots on the same VM with different windows user accounts because it works with console sessions of Windows and cannot have two console sessions so is their any option to make it works with...
Excel Integration - Search by named range / name manager
After some research with the Excel integration verbs, I realized that excelGet and excelGetTable works only with cell ranges or line/column references.There is an available resource inside Excel that allow us to find cell ranges based on a named i...
Have a public API to queue in the first queue of the process
When I use Process Orchestration, with systemic queue, I need to insert a message in the first queue, to start the execution. But I can only insert via bot, so I can't make another system(BAW) start my Process, inserting an item in the queue.So I ...
Assim como temos um comando para converter JSON para tabela, necessitamos de um comando para converter XML para tabela.Temos uma alta demanda para esse comando pois utilizamos muito o XML.Translated:Just as we have a command to convert JSON to tab...
Currently, all bots that get published are stored in a root folder. In a large organization, this can be come hard to manage. If the product would allow folders to be used that would be extremely helpful.
When a bot runtime fails, add a shortcut in the web client to send the error and the error line number to the clipboard
In the web client, looking at a job log, we can click on details to see all the logs. Often enough, we only care about the error message that made the bot crash. Having a button that puts the error line number and the error message on the clipboar...
To start new projects, we often start by copying another script, leaving many variables, routines or assets without any reference in the development, also because sometimes we forget to delete it, anyway.
Given this, it would be very productive t...
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