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Hi, I have installed Foxtrot and Foxhub on the same computer - both versions are 15.0.3 (yet recently upgraded from 14.6.1). I have a botflow that runs without any issues if run through Foxtrot, but if I schedule it to be run by Foxhub it just halts completely. In the botflow I have a rather simple step that clicks a button with an exact match on the text 'Log In'; if the botflow is run using the Foxtrot client it clicks the button as expected, but if run via Foxhub as a scheduled job it just halts completely without an error message. If I force run the step it has the samme (lack of) effect. This botflow has been running succesfully for quite a while in Foxhub as a scheduled job using version 14.6.1. For the sake of good order I deleted the RPA-document and the Foxhub-job and recreated both to ensure that it wasn't a faulty one-off file conversion issue. Any ideas as to what causes this? Let me know what further information is necessary in order to pinpoint the cause of this issue. Br
I have installed v15.0.1 and am testing all my scripts after converting to new .rpa versions. I have 4 triggers set up in v14.6.2 which work flawlessly. In testing these 4 triggers in 15.0.1, I notice that a BotFlow will complete and close, but does NOT change to a status of "completed" in the RUNNING queue of FoxHub. If I simply right-click to stop the BotFlow in the RUNNING queue and then delete it, it does NOT actually delete it and it continues to run in the background. I have to go to Task Manager to end it. This does not happen every time, but I cannot identify any pattern for the inconsistency. Has anyone else experienced this issue with v15.0.1?Additionally, I see on Foxtrot Alliance that v15.0.2 is already out. When will that be available for U.S. customers and will that version possibly fix this issue?Thank you,Brian
We've recently gotten access to Foxhub & Foxbots and I was working to try to schedule an existing script for launch via Foxhub. The script launched with no difficulty. The problem is, I have a start up/log in task and then a task that goes through the repetitive actions. The Startup task ends with a "Run Task" command. When the program launched from Foxhub, the startup task ran over and over, rather than kicking over to the repetitive task. How do you work around this?
I know that Foxtrot has the ability to generate a password and update the credentials. The issue I have run into is what if the emulator I'm using has strict rules on the password. Example, only certain characters can be used, #$%*, and the max length is 10 characters. Yes, I could use an excel document with pre-filled out passwords and tell it to go down the line, but that is not secure. Has anyone run into an issue with this, and if so how did you program to get around it? Any assitance would be greatly appreciated. Kyle
Hi there. First time user trying to get a handle of Foxtrot. I am working on building a script that would upload information via a list in excel and then run a loop completing the task. It would consist of a series of actions which ultimately would open up a file and email the corresponding document to the email address in the list. My question is I cant seem to get the loop function to work and open the file via the file path name that I provided in my list. Is there a back door to this such as pulling up a windows search bar and typing in the file name via the list and opening the document? Sorry if it seems convoluded as this idea is still in conception but I know what I want to do.
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