Using Variables in Automation Anywhere

Using Variables Why Use Variables? Variables are storage locations for known or unknown information. When building automated tasks, variables play an important role in maintaining or calculating information. Variables can help you in a number of ways, from fetching online data to transferring data between applications, such as Microsoft Excel. Automation Anywhere is designed with various types of variables which can be defined for each task. These are known as local variables. It has pre-defined…

IF Else command in Automation Anywhere

IF-ELSE Command Use this command to add conditional logic and actions to your TaskBot/MetaBot Logic*. *Available from version 11.0 Sub-Commands The IF/ELSE command provides the following sub-commands: File Exists / File Does Not Exist Folder Exists / Folder Does Not Exist Window Exists / Window Does Not Exist Application Running / Application Not Running Script Successful / Script Unsuccessful TaskBot/MetaBot Logic Successful/Unsuccessful Ping Successful / Ping Unsuccessful Variable File Size File Date Web Control Image…

Loops Commands Examples 2 in Automation Anywhere

Loop While Command – Examples Example 1: Loop While for Object Property of button Open the Test Editor. Double-click the Loop command and select the option Times, then type 5 in the text box. Save the command. It automatically inserts an End Loop command. Insert an Open Progam/File command to open IEXPLORE.exe within the Start and End Loop commands. Example 2: Loop through a list and insert one value at a time in an already-open…

Loop Commands Example in Automation Anywhere

Example 1: Open five Internet Explorer windows with one click. Open the Task Editor. Double-click the Loop command and select the option Times, then type 5 in the text box. Save the command. It automatically inserts an End Loop command. Insert an Open Progam/File command to open IEXPLORE.exe within the Start and End Loop commands. Example 2: Loop through a list and insert one value at a time in an already-open Excel document. Create a…

XML Integration Command in Automation Anywhere

Feature also available in Standard edition version 8.2 or higher. Use this command to process XML information that is generated from web services and cloud computing applications. Overview The XML command supports sessions, node editing, and Xpath expression execution, based on a tree structure of an XML document. The command enables TaskBot/MetaBot Logic* to navigate the tree and make selections based on various criteria. *Available from version 11.0 The XML command enables you to capture…