Loop Commands in Automation Anywhere

Use this command to create loop structures in your automation TaskBot/MetaBot Logic* to automate repetitive processes. *Available from version 11.0 Overview The Loop commands are some of the most powerful commands in Automation Anywhere. Four types of loop structures are provided: Start Loop End Loop Exit Loop Continue Loop Sub-Commands The LOOP command provides the following sub-commands: Start Loop Times List Condition Each Row in an Excel Dataset Each Row in an Internet Explorer Table…

Database Commands in Automation Anywhere

Use this command to integrate databases with your automated TaskBot/MetaBot Logic and* move or capture data. *Available from version 11.0 Sub-Commands The Database command provides the following sub-commands: Connect Disconnect SQL Query Insert/Update/Delete Run Stored Procedure Overview Automation Anywhere enables you to transfer data between a database and other applications. You can import or export data, in various formats, and convert data from one format to another. For example, you might want to transfer and convert…

Email Automation Commands in Automation Anywhere

Available in Enterprise and Small Business editions only. Use this command to automatically manage your email messages with your Automation Anywhere TaskBot/MetaBot Logic*. *Available from version 11.0 Overview You can use the Email Automation command to intelligently automate your mail server functions and handle incoming email messages. Specifically, you can automate the following activities: Manage your incoming email messages and download attachments to specific folders. Clear unwanted email messages. Communicate with your mail server and…

PDF Integration commands in Automation Anywhere

Available in Enterprise edition only. Overview The Automation Anywhere PDF Integration command takes process automation to a new level. PDF files are pervasive on the web, in email, and across all sizes and shapes of business. It’s become critical to automate routine processes that involve manipulating and uploading these documents to databases, websites, and other repositories. All sub-commands provide an option for overwriting existing output files. If you check the Overwrite check box, and the…

OCR Commands in Automation Anywhere

Available in Enterprise and Small Business editions only. Overview Use the OCR command to extract text from images/pictures and transfer the data to another application. Sub-Commands The OCR command provides the following sub-commands: Capture Window – Use this command to specify an application window title and capture the window as an image. Capture Area – Use this command to capture a specific area of an application window. Capture Image by Path – Use this command…