Definitons field allows the digital employees/robots to be identified with their IP address and Port number.
Create Worker: By clicking on this area, robots are created where the processes will run. In the image, previously created robots are seen in the “Matching Workers” area.
|Access worker creation field through this button.
|Check worker status
|Check all existing workers status.
|Upload the purchased licence via this button.
|Select an action
|Selected workers in the list can be updated, deleted or made status passive.
|Search By Worker Name
|Workers on the list can be found via this field.
|Found … matching worker(s), showing 1 to 10 Show next 10
|By clicking can show all workers by 10.
|Order by worker name
|Orders workers by worker name.
|Name of worker.
|Information of access address.
|Minimum Business Priority
|Minimum worker priority number that is accepted by the worker.
|Take screenshot is used to take screenshots for each step in front-end interface where steps are performed while processes working.
|The worker is enabled or not. (Y/N)
|Status of server: Up, Down and Unknown.
Up: Worker is accessible.
Down: Worker is not accessible.
Unknown: Worker is passive.
|Availability status of worker: Available, Busy, Maintenance and Unknown. Available indicates worker is ready or can run a new task, Busy indicates worker is running a task, Maintenance indicates worker in maintenance and Unkown indicates worker is passive.
|Shows apps in worker by clicking eye button.
Click Create worker button to create a new worker.
|The name that will be given to the robot/digital employee.
|IP address and Port Number information of the robot/digital worker
|Minimum business priority
|Priority definition is made by giving a value from 1 to 99 at what priority the robot / Digital Worker is required to do. The priority level is 1, the lowest and 99 the highest.
|Robot / Digital Employee is active or passive (enabled: Y / N) is selected or not.