Running two FOR on the same machine

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#1

Hello,

Could you please let me know your answer for the below points-

Can we run two FOR at the same time from the operator machine?
How does parallel processing happens ?
Thanking you


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#2

Hi Ashutosh,

You can run two Robots FROM your machine on two different machines(via Orchestrator).
You cannot have two different Robots on the same machine, therefore you cannot run two different processes ON the same machine.

What do you mean by parallel processing? Jobs running in parallel?


#3

Just to add, you can run two different jobs in parallel on the same machine only if you use different user accounts for each job. However, Windows 7/10 only let’s you log in 1 user at a time, so unless you use an unsupported workaround, you would need to use Windows Server to allow more than 1.


#4

Thanks for your response.
For Example:
If i’m running one process, where is it required to access one legacy application and at the same time one web portal needs to be opened for downloading some documents.
So my question is, for the same robot for that process can I design in a way where once I start the robot it splits into two operation like on one hand it will open and process the legacy application and on another, the same time it can open one web portal to download one document and somewhere in local machine?
Do you see any challenge to this?
Can you please provide your suggestion?


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#5

You can try to use the Parallel activity with an Invoke Workflow for each task. I’m just not sure how well it will work. For example, if your tasks require stuff to be typed/clicked and where the window needs to be seen, then that could conflict with another task that needs the same requirements.

I haven’t played around with Parallel tasks enough to give a good answer on that. I do know that you need to use the Invoke when you do it though, cause I believe each side of the Parallel activity alternates, so it does one activity on one side then does the next activity on the other side.

Regards.


#6

Actually it can be sequential work as its operation is very fast. I every think about it before and it turns to be sequential.