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I'm having an issue where my Bots are going 'offline' in RPA Central after completing a scheduled task. All of my Bots end with the 'Close Me' action which seems to make it lose connection with RPA Central. Other bots on the same VM do remain online, it is only the Bot that completes the task which then goes offline. I'm running Nintex Bot 14.0.4 and RPA Central 2.0.3
RPA central fails to load. When restarting the RPA Central service it throws the error in the attached screenshot. When I try to open Foxtrot it says Nintex could not reach the configured URL. We did not change the URL at all. Restarting the server that rpa central is hosted on does not fix the issue
We have recently upgraded to RPA Central 2.0.1 and our bots to v.17.0.1. However, we can't get the scheduling of the botflows to work. For test we have three botflows. One is running every whole hour, the second running 30 min after the first botflow and the third botflow two times a day (8:15 am, 5:15 pm). These botflows are assigned to a bot on a second machine. See attachment. After the upgrade, botflows one and two was running as scheduled, but only did respectively 2 times, then they did not start again. However, you could manually start the botflows on the assigned bot through RPA Central and they will run without any issues and finish. Hence, there should not be any connectivity problems between RPAC and the bot. For reference, we are running Enterprise-license.
Nintex RPA Central v2.0 will be released next week. The overall navigation within Nintex RPA Central will be changed to provide a unified and seamless experience within the Nintex process platform. In the new version and going forward, the right-hand side action panel will be utilized to provide a consistent experience in editing and configuring your botflows. As a reminder, the Jobs function will also be retired. All your Botflows™ with or without a job will continue to be supported and run as scheduled in v2.0. Your Botflows™ with jobs will be listed in the Botflow page with corresponding job names. We encourage you to allocate a service maintenance time to upgrade Nintex RPA Central to v2 and all the bots to v17. Register for complementary training sessions to learn more
Hello everyone,I was hoping to get other bank's input. We are wanting to deploy bots to various business units but finding that because there are no permissions in RPA Central that this becomes challenging. Has anyone come up with a solution so that loan operations only has access to their botflows, deposit operations only has access to their botflows, etc? Thank you.
I have a functional stand-alone botflow that I would like to initiate from an NWC form. The NWC form works properly and launches the botflow properly. When the botflow finishes, it is supposed to return two variables back to the calling NWC instance. From within NWC I can see the expected variable definitions when I navigate the WF variables, however when the botflow runs, the data is not returned. I couldn't find any documentation to show how this should be accomplished. These are the steps I took to get this far: 1) Create the variables within the botflow and selected the "Output Variable" check box.2) Publish the botflow3) From within NWC, initiate the botflow based on data entered in an NWC form4) From NWC, after the botflow finishes, attempt to write the botflow output variables to a log and email them to a user. The botflow runs, and the variables are populated, however the data never makes it back to the calling NWC instance.
hi all i have this development on nintex rpa and i was having some issues regarding on adding action to click "Ok" from the pop up. I tried to tag the browser and add action send value "keyboard input to enter or space bar" but still cannot .. i cannot tag the button directly, RPA cannot detect the button from the pop up. Anyone has a solution or a work around? thanks in advance
Our core vender, JHA, is requiring us to upgrade our emulator to the newest version 22.214.171.124. I've upgraded it and now RPA cannot target the emulator. I've followed the instructions on the following link, https://download.nintex.com/foxtrot/GettingStarted/IBM%20iAccess%20(Java)%20Setup%20Guide%20for%20Foxtrot%20RPA.pdf, and everything seems to be set up correctly but it still will not target the emulator. Any help would be appreciated.
Hi, Using If else action in my nintex RPA flow but working cater for multiple conditionsFor ExampleIn the image aboveIf Account Type = Student account and Amount = 200000Robot send a mailelseshow a prompt message Also, i need to cater for all the account type with different amount of money
When attempting to target anything within a Chrome window, I am presented with the same pop-up that you receive when the RPA extension isn't installed. I have attempted to remove and re-install the extension (followed by restarts of RPA and Chrome) but that doesnt seem to solve anything. This was previously working OK the last time I did any authoring work (maybe November?) Any tips / tricks to fixing this? Windows Server 2016 Datacenter / current patchesRPA v 16.5.5Chrome v 88.0.4324.104RPA Chrome Extension v 126.96.36.199
Hi, In the event of an error in a Botflow, I've created a error task that logs the error in a log file and then I want the botflow to stop and be closed. But I also want the instance on RPA Central to show that there has been an error. No matter what action I set in the error task (Close me, Stop task), the error is logged in the file, but the status of the instance is shown as "Completed" not "Failed". Probably since the botflow exited successfully. I want the botflow that has caused an error to be closed and does not cause a queue for other schedueled botflows, while the instance shown as "Failed".Any inputs?RPA Central 2.0.1Nintex Bot v.17.0.1
Hi All, I just want to ask what could be the reason and solution for this? The Botflow has been completed and checking on RPA central Botlfow instance completed successfully. But the trigger on NWC "Start an RPA job" stay running even though the process of the Botflow was already completed. Thank you
There are times that you may see that your Nintex RPA Bot is in an “Offline” state or in your Instances view an instance is indicating “Waiting for Available Bots”, although you know that this Bot is available. There can be for a variety of reasons that the Bot ended up in an offline state. To get the Bot to a “Ready” state follow these steps.
A few weeks back we ran into two cases where users were unable to install Nintex RPA in their environment. One case was unique as it would start the process of install and right after it completed it would start the uninstall process. After pulling our hair for sever days, customer reached out to their IT department to see if there is anything unique within their environment and sure enough it was an anti-virus application that was causing the uninstall. Another customer case was due to user not having permissions to install apps. See more details on installation troubleshooting.
We are getting Error 5 message for send and receive. We followed the instructions per link (https://community.nintex.com/t5/Technical-Issues/Email-Error-5/ta-p/98617). Unable to resolve the issue. No anti-virus, SMTP server allows the foxtrot desktop and the email is whitelisted. We restarted the services.From Outlook client, we are able to send and receive using the same configuration. We added Credentials to RPA and tried different email accounts (company domain and gmail).Please provide further troubleshooting directions.
Hi there, Looking for ideas on what people might be using to do some text verification through a putty session (or any other similar tool.) The idea is that I'd need to verify the return of my commands through the putty window so that when I run commands to ensure that the task is succeeding. I tried doing some rudimentary OCR with... very limited success. Fairly new to RPA in general so maybe this is common knowledge, if anyone can point me out in the right direction I'd appreciate it!
The overall navigation within Nintex RPA Central has changed to provide a unified and seamless experience within the Nintex product platform. The right-hand side action panel will be utilized to provide a consistent experience in editing and configuring your botflows. The Jobs function has been retired. All your Botflows™ with or without a job will continue to be supported and run as scheduled in v2.0. Your Botflows™ with jobs will be listed in the Botflow page with corresponding job names. We encourage you to allocate a service maintenance time window to upgrade Nintex RPA Central to v2 and all the bots to v17. Upgrade to the latest version of Nintex RPALearn more about Nintex RPA Central 2.0:Register for free training sessions Review more details See the Nintex RPA Central On-Demand video Get Nintex RPA Central help
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