Thanks for the reply.
I also want to clarify something about dispatchers and performers. Take the UiDemo practice for example; It asks us to create a dispatcher sequence(a xaml file), and it then uses the REFramework to carry out the performer.
At no point in the automation was the dispatcher sequence invoked or called in the REframework; I had to run it separately to populate the queue.
Are Dispatcher and Performers always independent of each other(dispatcher not invoked in the REFramework), and should they always be different processes?
They are independent of one another. This is because the dispatcher and performer may need to run on separate schedules, and you can have multiple bots perform the same process on queue items if you separate the dispatcher.
Thank you Anthony.
But must the Disptcher and Performer have to be 2 separate REFramework processes, or one can just be a sequence/flowchart process?
They can be one process, but don’t make them one when doing the academy training. I have seen business cases where it was simpler to merge the two using a sequence where the performer Main file is run after the dispatcher Main file.
Thanks a bunch buddy. I really appreciate it.
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