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Attended Automation for RPA Developers

This course will teach you how to identify attended automation scenarios and how to design processes that enable human-robot collaboration.
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  • September 08, 2021
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Attended Automation for RPA Developers

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  • Diploma of Completion included
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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

16:00:00

Product covered

Studio

 

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2020.10 product version of UiPath, but is applicable to newer versions as well. 

Audience: RPA Developers and Solution Architects 

 

Learning objectives 

At the end of this course learners should be able to: 

  • Explain what attended automation is.
  • Compare attended and unattended automation.
  • Identify scenarios where attended automation is recommended.
  • List and explain the key attended automation features offered by Studio and Assistant.
  • Identify the best attended automation features to use based on the organization’s level of experience with attended automation.
  • Identify the best attended automation features to use based on scenario requirements.
  • Design and develop automation projects according to the scenario, scenario and stage - Hands-Off, Side-by-Side, Interactive, Event-Driven and Interconnected.

  

Agenda: 

1. Get Started with Attended Automation

  • What is Attended Automation?
  • Attended Automation Business Scenarios
  • The Organization Maturity Scale for Attended Automation
  • Attended Automation Features Overview
  • Attended Automation Development Best Practices
  • Key Takeaways

 

2. The Hands-Off Stage

  • Credential Management in Attended Scenarios
  • Developing for Different System Configurations
  • Attended Error Recovery
  • Running Processes in Assistant
  • Practice

 

3. The Side-by-Side Stage

  • Block User Input
  • Simulate and Send Window Messages
  • Picture-in-Picture
  • Practice

 

4. The Interactive Stage

  • Forms
  • Callouts
  • Process Configuration Arguments
  • UiPath Apps
  • JavaScript SDK
  • Inject JS Script
  • Reminders Widget
  • Practice

 

5. The Event-Driven Stage

  • Background Processes, Triggers and Use Foreground
  • Triggers
  • Process Chaining
  • Practice

 

6. The Interconnected Stage

  • Inter Process Communication
  • Hybrid Automation
  • Partially Unattended Automation
  • Custom Widgets
  • Practice