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Automation Anywhere

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– El único curso de RPA que
Automation Anywhere is one of the well-known RPA vendors giving great and
easy to understand RPA abilities to robotize any mind-boggling errands. It is
one of the “Progressive Technology” that progressions the manner in which
the endeavour works.
This tool joins current RPA with scholarly components like common dialect
comprehension and perusing any unstructured information.

Why Automation Anywhere?

 No programming information is required. You can record your
activities, or point and tap the activity wizards. Takes out the
component of the human mistake
 Expands exchange speed and permits to save time and expenses
 Snappy Time to Value, Non-nosy
 Encourages you to robotize information exchanges and import or
fare information between documents or applications.
Features of Automation Anywhere
 Brilliant robotization for big business and IT undertakings
 Oversees SMART Automation Technology
 Rapidly Automates unpredictable and muddled undertakings
 Make Automation undertakings like chronicle console snaps and
mouse strokes
 Circulate assignments too numerous PCs
 Automation Anywhere offers script less computerization
 Auto-login runs planned assignments on whenever
notwithstanding when the PC is bolted.
What Process Can You Automate?
Automation Anywhere controls the computer through GUI just like a human
Able to automate
 Extracting from’ and ‘inputting to’ all information silos
 Web – Windows – Cloud – Legacy systems
 All Windows and Web user navigation and actions
 Data comparison and validation
 Rule based decisions
Not able to automate
 Hand-written
 Non-rule-based judgment calls
Automation Anywhere Architecture has 3 primary components
1. Control Room
2. Bot Creator
3. Bot Runner

Control room- is a web-based platform that controls the

Automation Anywhere. In other words, it’s the Server that
controls Automation Anywhere bots.
Apart from that the control room deal with
User management
Source control: the control room manages code for the bots.
So, it becomes clear to give the code over complex
Dashboard- • It gives comprehensive results of bots. i.e.,
how many bots are successful run and how many are failed,
License Management: The licenses purchased are
configured in the Control Room.
There are 2 types of Licenses in Automation Anywhere
1. Dev License: With this license, we can create, edit and run a bot.
2. Run License: With this license we can run the bot but not able to
make any changes.
Here is the Picture to Access and manage automation tasks
from anywhere anytime in the Web Control Room
Bot Creator- Developers use Desktop based applications to
build bots. On verification, the code of the bots they create is
stored in the control room. Several developers may create
unique tasks/bots. These bots could be mixed and
performed at once.

Here is the Bot Creator Process

 Designers
 Recorders
 Properties
 Variable Manger
 Task Editor
 Command Library

Let’s discuss in each of the above topics

Workflow Design
To assist you in designing and improving your business
workflows, Automation Anywhere provides a Workflow
Designer tool.
The Workflow Designer helps you build Workflow flow
diagrams in a graphical environment.
You can subsequently use these Workflow to build and run
automated Workflows using Automation Anywhere.

Report Designer
Automation Anywhere provides graphical reports that display the status of
tasks and workflows, as well as the ROI over time.
You can view the following types of reports:
1. Task Run: Displays how many times a task has run successfully,
and how many times it has failed during the period.
2. Workflow Run: Displays how many times a workflow has run
successfully and how many times it has failed during the period.
Types of Records
1)Web Recorder 2) Smart Recorder 3) Screen Recorder
1)Smart Recorder:
 Recorder is based on provided window title
 Object, Co-ordinates, Image playback mode
 Adjustable object identification criteria (In AA -> Binoculars)
 Smart Recorder tool is capable of capturing window objects and
controls such as:
 Text from drop-down menus, List boxes, Buttons, Mouse click
 Status from radio buttons and check boxes
 To launch the Smart Recorder
 Click New and select Smart Recorder
 Click the Smart Recorder link
2)Screen Recorder:
 Screen Recorder is one of the three ways to create a bot.
 Captures all mouse events; movements, clicks, click and drag
 Captures all keystrokes as Insert Keystrokes
 Requires to have a same OS and same Screen Resolution.
 Limited to static screens and simple desktops or web applications.
 Faster than creating a task manually.
3)Web Recorder:
 Automate Internet-related task actions.
 SMART Technology ideal for websites
 Records based on a provided URL
 Extracts single data, pattern-based data, and tables
 Navigates web controls
 Strictly a Browser based tool, supports IE 100%
Here is the Image with specifications of WEB RECORDER

Now We are getting into the TASK PROPERTIES

General Properties
1. File Name – Displays name of the task
2. Created at – Displays the date and time of task creation
3. Status – Displays the last time the task was run.
4. View Log – Click View Log to see historic and detailed status of
the task.
5. Last Run Time – Displays the last time the task was run.
6. Mouse Clicks – Lists the total mouse clicks recorded in a task,
automatically calculated based on the task.
7. Keystrokes – Lists the total keystrokes recorded in the task,
automatically calculated based on the task.
8. Total Clicks – Lists the total clicks (Mouse Clicks + Keystrokes)
recorded in the task.
9. Priority for queuing – You can specify a priority for the task, which
will decide the precedence of the task when it is in a queue.
10. Timeout – You can specify timeout for the task to ensure that
the task gets aborted automatically after the specified time.
Timeout can be set only in minutes between the range of 0 to
11. Enable this task to run with other similar files or window titles –
By default, the task recorded will only run on the specific file(s) it
was recorded on. However, SMART Automation Technology
includes an option for running the recorded task on any file within
the application it was recorded in.
12. Description/Notes – Add descriptions and notes for a task
Repeat Property
Automation Anywhere enables you to repeat a task that is scheduled to run.
You can set the following options for the Repeat property:
 Do not repeat: The task runs only once. This is the default option.
 Repeat a number of times: Repeats the task a number of times, as
specified in this field.
Example: Repeat an email task 15 times to send 15 emails.
 Repeat until I Stop it: Repeats the task until you stop it by clicking
the stop button or by pressing the ESC key. Use this option when
you are not sure how many times the task needs to run.
 Repeat for hh:mm:ss time: Repeats the task for a time period that
you specify.
 Time between repeats: Sets a duration of time to wait before
repeating a task.
 Upon error, continue with next repeat: By default, running tasks
are stopped when an error occurs. By setting this option, the task
is repeated regardless of run failure
Speed Property
Use the Speed property to adjust the speed at which a task runs. You can also
view the duration in hours, minutes, and seconds that it takes the task to run.
The speed of the task can be adjusted to run in 3 speeds:

 Standard Replay – The task runs at the same speed as when it was
 High-Speed Replay – The task runs at a faster speed than was
 Turbo-Action Replay – The task runs at the fastest speed and
excludes any mouse moves.

Notification Property
 When planning to run your tasks, you can set up email
notifications that are sent to one or more email addresses that you
 In the Notification tab under Properties, select ‘Send email
notification when task finishes’ and specify one or more email
 If you select ‘Send email notification when task finishes’ check
box, but do not specify an email address.
 Automation Anywhere uses the email address that is specified in
the ‘To:’ field in the Tools -> Options -> Email Notification.
HOTKEY Property
 You can assign a hotkey to an automated task by using the
Hotkey property.
 To assign a hotkey, follow these steps:
 On the Properties tab, select Hotkey.
Either specify a hotkey in the field provided or select a hotkey from the pop-up

Security Property
 Running this task in stealth mode: Use this option to prevent
information from being displayed on the screen while the task is
running in Auto-Login mode.
 Disable mouse and keyboard for this task: Use this option to
disable the computer mouse and keyboard while the task is
running in Auto-Login mode.

 Auto Login must be completed to schedule or trigger a task.
 Check Bypass Legal Disclaimer if present
 In rare case that login/unlock keystrokes do not function correctly,
contact AA Support

Schedule & Trigger

 Decide upon schedule or trigger to kick off a task before starting
automation development
 Repeat Option
 # of times
 Until I stop it
 Duration of time
 Schedule option for Bot Creator
 One time only
 Schedule option for Bot runner
 One time only
 Daily
 Weekly
 Monthly
Now we are getting into another Topic
What are Variables?
A variable is a storage location containing information – like a mailbox
containing a single letter
Information in the variable changes but the mailbox name does not – the
letters come and go but the mailbox does not change
 List variables are one or more variables grouped together to
simplify operations – like the centralized mailboxes for a single
floor at an apartment complex, the mail carrier only has to stop
once per floor to fill all of the boxes
 Array variables are many variables grouped like by rows and
columns – like the centralized mailboxes for all of floors in an
apartment complex, the mail carrier only has to stop once per
complex to fill all of the boxes
 Local variables are created as they are needed – add more
mailboxes as you need to store more data
 System variables are predefined by AA and used for specific
operations – for example a mailbox that only contains your electric
 AA has provided two variables – prebuilt mailboxes you can use
 vVariable = vVariable + 1 is a true statement
 vVariable3 = vVariable1 + vVariable2 is also a true statement
How to Define & Use the Variables
 Value (String, integer, double)
 Other types (List, Data Table, Random)
 Prompt-Assignment – temporary variable (do not overuse)
 Clipboard – stores the value of the system clipboard (Ctrl + c)
 Utilize Clipboard commands to variable clipboard value
 Application Path – Bot execution path for current automation
 System Variables – see all of the predefined system
variables/constants in Variable ManagerShow System Variables
 Commonly Used: Counter, Filename, Extension, Excel Column,
File data Column, Error Line Number, Error Description,
Clipboard, Date, Hour, Minute, Second, Day, Month, Year
TIP: Use Variable Operation to populate all local variables.

Variable Manager
 Located on the far right of any task window
 Accessed by clicking the Variable Manager tab and hidden by
clicking the X in the top right corner
 Provides the list of all Local Variables available within a particular
 Variable Manager includes
 Copy / Copy All / Paste: duplicate existing variables
 Add: create new variables
 Edit: modify existing variables
 Delete: remove existing variables
Default variables
 My-list-variable – useful when referencing a list of values
 Prompt-Assignment – useful when referencing a single value

Variable Operation Command

User Variables
 Useful when assigning a value to an existing variable that has
been previously defined
 Values can be made up of variables, mathematical expressions, or
something as specific as a path or address
Task Editor


 Before using Database command you should be clear with:-
Database Concepts
Using SQL
Database Command
 Collection of associated two-dimensional tables
 Database programming is managed in the database system
 Data is normalized within a database
Organized in layers
Redundancy is removed
Indexes are optimized for access
 SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most common means of
accessing data in a RDBMS

Four Basic SQL Commands

1. Insert – adds data to the database
2. Delete – removes data from the database
3. Update – changes data in the database
4. Select – extracts data from the database (also called a database
SQL commands can be put together into a Stored Procedure residing inside of
the database
SQL commands and Stored Procedures are invoked using the AA Database

 Connect and Disconnect subcommands

 Works like opening and closing an Excel spreadsheet
 Specify the data link properties
 SQL Query subcommand
 Specify the session name
 Specify a SQL Select command
 Designate a maximum number of records to read
 Designate a maximum amount of time for the query to run
 Specify a CSV file to receive the data
 Email Automation Command provides the ability to process
incoming emails by:
 Connect to an email server
 Monitor email activities
 Manage incoming emails
 Download attachments to the proper folders
 Extract emails & data based on conditions such as:
Sent From
Sent To
Excel Command
 Write Data on excel
 Compare two cells
 Move data from an app to a spreadsheet
 Copy data among spreadsheets
Extract Excel data

Go to Cell subcommand
 Works on the active spreadsheet
 Specify the session name
 Select a specific cell
 Move a specific way from the active cell
Get Cells subcommand
 Reads the content of the specified cell on the active spreadsheet
 Select the Cell Location or use Active Cell
 Select the receiving variable
 Multiple cells can be specified
Values are assigned to an $Excel Column (index)$, a system variable for use
within loops
String Operation Command
 Multiple subcommands are available
 Accessed by dragging and dropping one of the String Operation
subcommands into an existing task
 The subcommand can be changed from the Select Operation
drop-down list Before-After Command

• This command is used to specify a text range to extract, by using Before and
After keywords
• To improve your ‘Before-After’ sequence command, ‘OR’ or ‘AND’ Logical
Operators can be used.
• Use the ‘AND’ operator to assure ‘After’ and ‘Before’ conditions.
• Use the ‘OR’ operator to secure either ‘Before’ or ‘After ‘conditions.
• Define the product of characters to be selected, starting from the first
character after the Before keyword.
• The selected series can be provided to remove spaces, and we can save the
series to the variable
Join Command
• Used Join all the elements in a group of the variable into a single order.
• It can be used only on a list of variables.
Command Length
• It provides the period of a defined string.
Lower Case Command & Upper-Case Command
• It Converts text to ALL lower case or ALL upper case.

Replace Command
• It works like a Find and Replaces system
• This command is used to select the product of time a sub-string is followed in
the source string.
Reverse Command
• It reverses the selected source string
Sub String Command
• It creates a unique string from the selected source string.
• Used to assign an opening point for the current string.
• Used to assign a length of the unique string.

Split Command
• Used to select source string into multiple destination strings.
• Use a defined delimiter to decide where to split the string.
• Select the number of generations a string is split.
• Output must be in a file variable.
Trim Command
• Used to remove extra spaces from a text string.
• We can Trim from left or right.
XML Command
The XML Command captures and manipulates data that has XML formatting
 Start XML Session
 End XML Session
 Insert Node
 Delete Node/Attribute
 Update Nodes
 Validate XML Document
 Get Node(s)
 Save Session Data
Execute XPath Function

Terminal Emulator
Terminal Emulator Command allows connection to the following terminal
2. VT1000
3. TN3270
4. TN5250
Terminal Emulator provides the following subcommands:
 Connect / Disconnect
 Send Text / Get Text
 Set Field / Get Field
 Get All Fields
 Wait
 Control

FTP Command
FTP / SFTP Command
Produces the capability to upload and download FTP/SFTP files
Make website reserves

 Connect / Disconnect
 Get Files – download files
 Get Files – download an entire folder
 Put Files – uploads files
 Put Folder – upload an entire folder
 Delete / Rename Files
 Create / Delete / Change Folder

PGP Command
 The PGP command helps you to automate the process of
encrypting and decrypting files.
 The command supports both types of encryption: symmetric
(passphrase) and asymmetric (public/private keys):
 PGP Passphrase: Requires a pass phrase to encrypt and decrypt.
 PGP Public/Private Key: Requires a PGP public and private key file
to encrypt and decrypt.
 Sub-Commands
 Encrypt Files
 Decrypt Files

Create Keys

Create Keys Command
 This command to create public and private encryption keys. You
can add additional security to the keys by specifying a password
that encrypts the keys.

Object Cloning

 SMART Technology used for desktop applications and websites
 Allows the user to “radar-lock” on an object and specify additional
search criteria to uniquely identify objects
 Captures based on a provided window title
 Object, Coordinate, Image playback modes
 Most customizable/adjustable technology in AA
 Adjustable object identification criteria (In AA Binoculars)
 Tip: Ensure web browser zoom is set to 100%

PDF Integration Command

 PDF files are common on the web and as email attachments
 Automates getting and manipulating data from PDF files with the
following subcommands
 PDF to Image
 Extract Form Fields
 Extract Text
 Merge Documents
 Split Document
 Encrypt Document
 Decrypt Document

Extract from Fields subcommand

 Extract PDF data from all form fields into variables
 Provides a PDF viewer to capture fields
Extract Text subcommand
 Extract data from a PDF to a text file
Merge Documents subcommand
• Multiple files can be merged by using the Add button
• If required files are more, then User and Owner password are required
Split Document subcommand
Is used to Split a PDF file by:
 Giving the number of pages per file
 Choosing a range of pages
 Differentiate by blank pages
 Depends on previous bookmarks

Encrypt Documents
 It Grant’s the permissions by selecting the Encryption level
Decrypt Document
 By Providing the proper password it specifies the Output file
Error Handling Command
Manage Windows Control

 Helpful to catch Windows control features, such as buttons, text
boxes, list box items, combo boxes, menu tabs, tables, check
 Once these are captured, particular activities can be implemented
or can be allocated to changeable commands.
 Available Windows controls
 Button – Edit (Text box)
 Radio Button – Checkbox
 Combo Box/Drop Down – Get Text
 Tab / Tab Item – List / List Item
 Menu/Menu Bar/Menu Item – Tree / Tree Item
 Table

Bot Runner
Recorder Hierarchy

Command Portability

Automation Friendly Formats

Easy Use cases

Difficult Use Cases

 Multiple windows with the same title
 Varying screen resolutions
 Different OS/IE Versions/MS Office Versions
 Multiple monitors
 Interactive flash forms
 Machine or data driven slowness/variance
 Asynchronous .exe Bot execution run-time client
 Windows without titles
 Usually these are embedded as 2nd or 3rd level sub windows, like
popup windows
 Drag-and-Drop functionality
 Must use mouse moves / clicks
Tips & Tricks
 Know the window title/name in advance
 Use the Wildcard ‘*’ to represent sections of the title name that are
subject to change
 MS Excel 2013 “Book1 – Excel” “Book1*”
 MS Excel 2010 “Book1 – Microsoft Excel” “Book1*”
 MS Excel 2003 “Microsoft Office Excel – Book1” “*Book1”
Solution for all versions “*Book1*”

 Note: Window title must be able to uniquely identify a window
 Note: One missing or misrepresented character can cause AA to
not a recognize a window
 Note: ‘Currently Active Window’ can be used
 Use ‘Maximize Window’ command on all windows and
applications to increase portability
 Alternatively utilize multiple variables to quickly update all window
titles from one location
 Record short support Bots and merge the support Bots with main
 Especially useful when reading data from a pop-up or mouse-over
 For Object Recorder and Web Recorder, use mouse clicks to
navigate rather than keystrokes
 A session name represents a data stream
 By default, the session name is ‘Default’
 Session Names become relevant when there are multiple
connections open simultaneously
 Cannot have 2 sessions with the same name open simultaneously
even across different Bots
Naming Conventions


Benefits of WebCR
 With web-based control room, it is permissible to monitor and
manage massive multi-site complex automation infrastructure.
 Obtaining and operating assignments and Clients/Users from
 Monitoring assignment growth to strengthen internal compliance
regulations, as well as to limit the critical tampering processes.
 Expedite a situation for progressed collaboration to increase
 Support scaling of multiple Users and machines.
 Expedite uploading and downloading of MetaBots and MetaBot
enabled tasks.
 Expedite uploading and downloading of IQBots with Vision Skills.
Below is the Picture to Access and manage automation tasks in the
WEBCONTROL ROOM from anywhere anytime
Control Room Setting
Configuration: – Use this option to configure settings for different components
of the Control Room – Repository Path, Web Socket Service, and Control
Room Access URL.

 Version Control: – To manage controlled edits of files that could

include TaskBots, MetaBots, Reports and Workflows, you can
enable and configure the Version Control Settings.
 Outgoing Mail Server: – The configuration server that is used to
send mail can be updated. You can update server details such as
Server Email Id, Port number, User Name and From Email Id.

 Email Notification: – Email Notifications enables you to send

notifications to Control Room users. You can opt to send these
notifications by enabling any or all the ‘Notification Events’
available in the Email Notifications panel.
 Credential Vault: – The Credential Vault is a centralized location
for securely storing credential information used in automation
tasks. To configure settings for Credential Vault, a Super Admin
has to choose between Express or Manual mode.
 Express Mode – Use this to auto connect to the Credential Vault
with the master key that is stored in the system during Control
Room configuration.
 Manual Mode – Use this to manually connect to the Credential
Vault using the master key that was available during Control
Room configuration.

 Client Configuration: – For secured execution of task

License Management
The Control Room administrator manages the installation, distribution and
allocation of licenses to Clients. Two aspects of Licensing can be managed
from the License Management console:

 New License Installation
 License Allocation

 View task relevant activities such as tasks completed successfully,
tasks in progress, , repository details and tasks, upcoming tasks
that have failed on the control room dashboard.
Repository Manager
 The most powerful capability that the Repository Manager
provides is the ability to run and schedule tasks on ‘Runtime’ i.e.
client users with ‘TaskBot’ privileges. It also offers the capability to
delete uploaded files to the Control Room administrator.

Operations Room
 The Operations Room is a powerful monitoring console that
provides detailed information about all automation on the network.

Operational Analytics
 Tracking Bot Activity
Tracks all bot activity over every execution instance

 Helps trouble-shoot success, failure and reasons
 Assess capacity mismatches and optimize number of bots
 Measure ROI of overall RPA program at operational level
 Logging and Monitoring
 Logs all events at lowest grain by user
 To build a detailed audit trail of all activity
 Build compliance reports that track failed access/bot execution
 Assess and tighten security and access protocols
User Management
 Client User management involves creating users after defining
specific roles as soon as the Control Room is hosted. These users
can be either Non-Active Directory Users or Active Directory
Users, as configured during installation.

Audit Trail
• Grants an administrator and user an essential data for observing task flow
and status to internal observance regulations, as well as to limit tampering with

critical processes.
Task Schedule
 In Control Room, users with required privileges can schedule a
selected task on selected Runtime Client(s) and also export the
upcoming task schedule details to a CSV file.
 The Control Room Administrator can schedule tasks to play on
Client(s) machines when Version Control is enabled in the Control

 Activities and access to Control Room for Users (Administrators,
Clients and non-Clients) are governed by the role defined for
 The role-based accessibility model ensures each User has
console-access, to view information or data that is relevant to the
role assigned by the Control Room Administrator.

 Roles & Permissions:- Admin, Basic, Bot Creator, and Bot

Runner Roles are defined by default in the Control Room. The
permissions to these roles are also pre-defined and cannot be
 An Admin user is assigned the role of the Control Room
 A Basic role is assigned to users with access rights to the ‘My
Tasks’ folder only with ‘Upload’ and/or ‘Download’ rights.
 A Bot Creator role has all folder access permissions.
 A Bot Runner role also has all folder access rights.

 Displays the clients registered with the Web Control Room

Credential Manager
 The Credential Manager allows you to add a Credential Key and
Attributes in the Control Room Credential Vault that can be
assigned in commands as Credential Variables.
App Management
 Helps in Linking the Bot Insight application to the Web Control

Automation Anywhere MetaBot

MetaBot Design
1. A MetaBot is an automation blueprint of an application that can be
re-used to optimize processes. They help you standardize your
processes end to end.
2. MetaBots enable you to create automation building blocks that
capture information in the form of visuals or application APIs.
These can thereon be integrated as commands and further
leveraged by varied processes to deliver value at multiple levels.
MetaBots can be constructed using:
 Visual captures (Screen) – These are GUI components (screens)
of an application.
 In MetaBot Designer, a visual capture is referred as Screen.
 Application APIs (DLL)- These are interfaces that allow low level
operations of an application by circumventing GUI.
 The MetaBot Designer also supports the most common format of
API on Windows platform – the DLL.
 Navigational flows (Logic) – These are pre-configured use cases
of an application and leverage Visual captures and APIs.
 In MetaBot Designer, Screens and DLLs form the Assets using
which you can define and pre-configure any use case of a target
application to create a navigational flow, known as Logic.
Benefit of MetaBots

Using MetaBot
The MetaBot Designer helps you to:
 Create MetaBots.
 Add Assets – Screens and DLLs to your MetaBots.
 Manage your MetaBot Assets.
 Configure and Calibrate the Screens.
 Create custom objects on the Screens.
Create Logic to represent a navigational flow using Screens and
 Upload the MetaBots to the Control Room for use by other
Enterprise Client users.
 Edit MetaBots created by other users.
 Export and Import MetaBots for use in different Control Room
Here is the Design of METABOT

1. New – Use this to create a New MetaBot. The MetaBot thus
created does not include any Assets or Logic; its empty. You can
start with either – ‘Record Screen’, ‘Add Screen’ or even ‘Add DLL’
based on the purpose for which the MetaBot needs to be created.
2. Record – Record is an alternate method of creating a MetaBot.
Here, at-least one MetaBot will be present as its recorded.
3. My MetaBots – This tab is shown by default; it displays all
MetaBots. This tab is always open, by default.
4. Configure –use this to edit your application properties for the
recorded/added screen.
5. Calibrate- use this to instantly compare an existing screen with a
newer screen to identify changes if any
6. Upload – This is use to upload MetaBots to the Control Room for
downloaded by other users.
7. Delete- This is use to delete MetaBots, Screen and Dlls.
8. Export/Import –This is use to export and import MetaBots for use
in different Control Room setups.
Automation Anywhere BotInsight Training
BotInsight – An Overview
Benefits & Features

BotInsight Architecture
Transactional Analytics
 Real time measurement and analysis on data flowing through the

1) Easy Tagging of Variables

 Create Analytics Variables marked with “Log for Analytics”.
 We Can include system variables, transaction counts.
2)Auto Dashboard Generation
 After running Bot click on “Analyze” which comes up with smart
 This is the default dashboard.

 Under “Configure” hood the “Data Profile” tab shows the Analytics
variable in details with their types.
 The type is recognized based upon the data stored in variables.
 The types include
 Numeric
 Timestamp
 String
3)Easy Dashboard Customization
 We analyze any task data interactively
 We can add more widgets, filter, compare over time etc.
 We can Customize content and visual charting.

4)Publish for wider business audience

 Once the dashboard is ready, it can be published for analysis.
 The public dashboard can be later viewed by the analytics
consumer users also.
Operational Analytics
Tracks Bot activities over every execution instance

Monitor Bot performance in CR

 We can track Bots in real time
 We can analyze for spare capacity
 We can trouble-shoot Bots and machines
 Can be analyzed categorically
 Bots
 Bot Runners
 Audit Trail
Tips & Tricks
 Analytics Experts
 Analytics Consumers
 Enable ‘Enable Analytics’ checkbox for task.
Analytics Variables
 One mandatory variable of type numeric with/without decimal
 Date format supported
 ‘YYYY-MM-DD’ or
BotInsight Summary
Transactional Analytics:
What it does?
 Provides real time measurement and analysis on data flowing
through the Bots
 Easily TAG the data variables of interest in the Bot
 LOG the data for the tagged variables at Bot runtime
 Auto-builds dashboards to help ANALYZE Bot business data
Transactional Analytics:
Key Benefits
 Quantify business value added by Bots
 Identify new opportunities from business insights
 Quickly prototype, measure and showcase new RPA candidates
 And scale up automations and improve business process
Operational Analytics:
Tracking Bot Activity
 Tracks all bot activity over every execution instance
 Helps trouble-shoot success, failure and reasons
 Assess capacity mismatches and optimize number of bots
 Measure ROI of overall RPA program at operational level
Operational Analytics:
Logging and Monitoring
 Logs all events at lowest grain by user
 To build a detailed audit trail of all activity
 Build compliance reports that track failed access/bot execution
 Assess and tighten security and access protocols.