Hi, I would like to have a recommendation for a better framework for our project.
Below is the project flowchart:
Problem statement: As for now, the whole process is not iterative (one line process) due to suspension at the Action Center. We trigger, from Orchestrator, a new job every minute so that the robot won’t stop process another transaction and will continue suspended process when the Action Center users completed their Action Task (iterative process would hold the process). However, this will slightly affect the continuity of the process as it needs to restart from the beginning for every transaction.
- Config file is only read one time for all transactions
- Global error handler for all transactions (such as server down, the suspended process won’t be processed yet)
- (Might be) Iterative instead of one line
I just would like an opinion to improvise the current framework. Thanks
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