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What's New in Appian RPA
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This page describes what's available in this release of Appian RPA. Some capabilities may not be available if you're using an older version of the Appian platform.

Version 9.10 (Release date: 10 May 2024)

Upgrade to Java 17 required

Beginning with RPA 9.12, agents will require the use of Java 17. To ensure RPA continues to operate smoothly, upgrade to Java 17 before August 2, 2024, in preparation for the RPA 9.12 release. Start by evaluating your current Java setup and begin with a controlled upgrade of non-critical systems. All low-code actions within Appian RPA are backward compatible, but you will need to check the compatibility of any custom actions. Be sure to review the Java 17 Upgrade Guidance for complete information. For help, contact Appian Support.

Version 9.9 (Release date: 29 March 2024)

You asked, we listened: RPA on Kubernetes is here!

Exciting news for our self-managed customers! Appian on Kubernetes (AoK) just got better with the addition of Appian RPA. This new capability brings all of Appian RPA's features directly to your environment, be it cloud-based or on-premises.

Version 9.8 (Release date: 16 February 2024)

Enhanced robot security and authentication

We're aligning Appian RPA with the latest industry security standards by automatically pre-signing all agents. Additionally, robot keys will be used for agent authentication on Mac and Linux platforms. We're ensuring that your robot workforce is not only more secure but also more versatile and seamlessly integrated across diverse operating systems.

Note:  This feature is enabled for customers on Appian 24.1 or higher.

Security updates

Updates were made to improve the security and stability of Appian RPA.

Version 9.7 (Release date: 19 January 2024)

Robotic Workforce Manager (RWM) application deprecation

The Robotic Workforce Manager (RWM) application has been deprecated, meaning it will no longer be updated or pre-installed for new Appian Cloud sites with Appian RPA enabled. Customers should use the Operations Console to manage robots instead.

Security updates

Updates were made to improve the security and stability of Appian RPA.

Version 9.6 (Release date: 15 December 2023)

Extract data from web tables using task recorder

The Get table values low-code action is now part of the task recorder, making it super easy to quickly extract data from HTML tables. Use the task recorder to extract the data you need from an entire table and save it directly to a robotic task variable. Say goodbye to manual entry and intricate coding - it's all about efficiency and ease.


What's New in Appian RPA