Bot stopped running for the day

Hi, I’m trying to figure out why this error is appearing, but not getting anything.
Any help would be appreciated.

Error :
Bot stopped running for the day RemoteException wrapping System.Activities.Statements.WorkflowTerminatedException: Bot stopped running for the day at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw() at UiPath.Executor.BaseRunner.EndExecute(IAsyncResult result) at UiPath.Executor.InProcessRunner.EndExecute(IAsyncResult result) at UiPath.Core.Activities.ExecutorInvokeActivity.EndExecute(AsyncCodeActivityContext context, IAsyncResult result) at System.Activities.AsyncCodeActivity.System.Activities.IAsyncCodeActivity.FinishExecution(AsyncCodeActivityContext context, IAsyncResult result) at System.Activities.AsyncCodeActivity.CompleteAsyncCodeActivityData.CompleteAsyncCodeActivityWorkItem.Execute(ActivityExecutor executor, BookmarkManager bookmarkManager)

Bhavya Vats

The error message you provided indicates that the UiPath bot encountered a RemoteException that wraps a System.Activities.Statements.WorkflowTerminatedException. This exception indicates that the bot’s execution was terminated during the workflow.

The error message doesn’t provide the specific reason why the bot stopped running, but here are some common causes and steps you can take to diagnose and address the issue:

  1. Business Logic:

    • Check the workflow to see if there are any business logic conditions that might cause the bot to stop running at a specific time.
    • Verify that all conditions and triggers are properly configured.
  2. Timeouts:

    • Check if the bot has encountered any timeouts during its execution, causing it to be terminated.
    • Ensure that the timeouts for various activities are appropriately set and aligned with the expected processing time.
  3. Exception Handling:

    • Look for any unhandled exceptions within the workflow that could lead to termination.
    • Implement robust exception handling to catch and manage exceptions, preventing the bot from abruptly stopping.
  4. Resource Constraints:

    • Ensure that the bot has the necessary resources (memory, CPU, disk space) to run the workflow without issues.
    • Check if any external resources (databases, APIs, files) are causing bottlenecks or errors.
  5. Environment Configuration:

    • Check the environment in which the bot is running for any potential configuration issues.
    • Verify that the bot has the required permissions and access to necessary resources.
  6. Logging and Monitoring:

    • Review the logs and monitoring data to see if there are any patterns or specific activities leading to termination.
    • Enhance logging to capture more detailed information about the bot’s execution.
  7. Network and Connectivity:

    • Inspect the network connectivity between the bot and any external systems it interacts with.
    • Verify that the bot can reach the required endpoints and services.
  8. UiPath Orchestrator:

    • If the bot is being managed through UiPath Orchestrator, check the job logs and status for any insights into why the bot terminated.
  9. Third-Party Dependencies:

    • If the bot relies on third-party libraries or services, ensure that they are functioning correctly and not causing termination.
  10. Retry Mechanisms:

    • Consider implementing retry mechanisms for critical activities to handle transient errors and improve robustness.
  11. Testing and Debugging:

    • Use debugging tools and breakpoints to step through the workflow and identify the point of termination.

Without more context or specific error messages, it’s challenging to pinpoint the exact cause of the issue. You may need to review the workflow, logs, and relevant configurations to diagnose and resolve the problem. If the issue persists and you’re unable to determine the root cause, reaching out to UiPath support or your internal technical team might be necessary for more specialized assistance.