I have developed a number of unattended processes that I need to make available to business users so that they can invoke the processes without accessing a Robot or Orchestrator interface. Is this possible?, if so how?
You can make a batch script that invokes the process, but you still have to have Robot installed on their PCs
we can do this with a email trigger
like if the user sends a email to you the bot will get triggered
–for that use a PROCESS with get outlook mail activity or any mail activity and ask the user to send mail with process name as body content, so tthat you can extract that name witth a expression inside the FOR EACH loop like this item.Body.ToString which can be passed as input to START JOB activity, so that itt will trigger the process they want
–and you need to schedule this process of reading mail at regular intervals of time may once in two mins in your orchestrator so that it will look for users input and start the job they want
Many thanks for yours replies, is it not possible to develop something in say c# and utilise the Orchestrator API to set asset values and then start the selected job ?.
You sure can use API to send start job requests…
Of course we can use Orchestrator API to start a job
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And in how to use
In this video, you will see how you can invoke a process from 12 different software (in the description you have all the details):