When you open Appian RPA, you're brought to the dashboard. From the dashboard, you have access to a number of lists, settings, and features.
This section displays the list of robotic processes that are currently running or queued to run. Therefore, this list is only available when there is at least one robot running.
By default, this list is sorted by the robotic process's execution priority. However, you can use any column to change and sort the criteria.
Each robot has a data set for easier identification:
You can also see the progress level of the execution. Use the pause button to pause a robotic process or the stop button to end it.
This is the complete listing of robotic processes associated with your username (those to which you have access).
This list displays all robotic processes available to you, sorted by their latest execution date. This list includes robotic processes in execution, processes that have already been executed (with the latest execution information displayed), and processes that have never been executed.
Apart from the description, the latest execution identifier and the starting date, you'll see icons representing the result of each execution:
|The execution was successfully completed|
|The robot is queued, waiting for an available resource to run|
|The robot is currently running|
|The last execution was canceled by the user before completion|
|During the last execution, there was a problem that prevented the process from ending|
At this point, you can perform different actions on your robots. Actions are also represented by icons:
|Pause the execution (for processes currently running)|
|Cancel the execution (for processes currently running)|
|Start the execution. This will take you to the Execute robotic process page.|
|Access the robotic process configuration|
|Edit robotic process permissions|
Finally, you can find what tags give permissions to that robotic process.
By clicking on the robot's name, you can access the robot process information screen.
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