From this screen, you can see a visual timeline for executions that you have scheduled.
This screen will show you the executions performed and scheduled from a certain date specified in the Start date field.
The timeline appears as a grid with columns that represent the 24 hours of one day and rows that represent the number of days (7 by default). Type a number in the Number of days field to change how many rows are displayed.
A vertical blue line indicates the current date and time to distinguish all past executions from the scheduled future executions.
For past executions, the length of the bar indicates a robotic process's execution duration. The height of each cell can be divided into "lanes" to represent the resources where the executions took place. This way, all executions on all resources can be represented in the grid, even when they're launched simultaneously.
If an installation has only one resource, its lane extends the full height available in the cell. On an installation with several resources, the height will be split into several lanes, one per resource.
Each robotic process is represented by the color specified in the Scheduling editor, described below.
This list shows the execution schedules set up in the console, regardless of whether they are enabled or not.
Each schedule is specified for a single robotic process, so the information shown in the list is relative to the process itself. A robotic process can have several schedules.
Schedules are shown in the Scheduling of executions table, according to the future scheduled day and hour.
The schedule list displays the following columns:
In the Scheduling editor, you can add new schedules or edit an existing one for a robotic process. The following options appear:
In the example below, a schedule is defined for the robotic process "Get-Document", in color black, with description "Daily check for new documents" and active every day at 08:00.
On this page, you can access reports ready to download. Reports appear here when they meet the threshold you set in the Customize menu. Automatically scheduled reports help prevent performance issues for larger reports.
To change the time limits for reports, click the gear icon to open your preferences and click Customize.
In Customize > Download report, you can determine:
When you request a report and it takes more time than the limit specified to generate, you will be able to download it, after it is completed, as long as it is available in the server.
In the following image, a report is available for download:
When a report is in process, it appears without an End or Duration value in the list of reports to download:
The Download reports page includes these columns:
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