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Basic robotic automations

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Beginner Pega Robotic Automation 22.1 Robotic Process Automation English

In terms of developing a robotic project for attended or unattended robots, developing automations is the last basic concept in Pega Robot Studio™. You develop automations to execute from a specific object event or called as a sub-automation to execute when needed. Like other coding languages, automations also have certain guidelines and standards to ensure maintainability and understanding.

After completing this module, you should be able to:

Describe the relationship between the Palette and automations
Describe the use of the Palette in automation development
Create an automation
Describe the types of automation links and their relation to threading
Describe how automations are used with other automations and the project workflow
Create an automation as a sub-automation using the Label and Jump To components
Describe the importance of control availability in automation workflow

Practice what you learned in the following Challenge:

Creating a basic automation v1

Available in the following mission:

Robotics System Architect v3

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