I am working for a customer who is in the middle of scaling up their RPA business so there are a lot of potential processes with different systems in the pipeline for automation. Not all of these systems are guaranteed to have test Environments so there is a risk of sensitive information from their production Environment being captured in the .screenshots-folder. Furthermore, they want to supplement the RPA-development with cloud based version control (Azure DevOps) which makes it really important to guarantee safe handling of data.
To my understanding, there is no way of disabling these screenshots being taken so my question is this:
- What’s the best practice for handling sensitive data in the .screenshots-folder?
2a. How do I make sure that these screenshots DO NOT follow along to the cloud while checking in to version Control?
2b. Regarding my second question, I have found out that you can add a .tfignore-file to the source folder in Visual Studio which in turn causes Visual studio to ignore certain files while checking into source Control, is there a way of doing this with the native TFS integration in UiPath?