Hi friends, Please has any one used Uipath to automate with SAGE range of products, if you have please kindly share?
I interacted with Sage products using the UI
Thank you @ClemensSteinbauer for sharing, this means you were able to interact freely with Sage, using UiPath.
—If the application and it’s Elements like fields or button are of accessible
—If the process is stable
—If it’s rule based process
—if the input is standard
—then we can automate the process with logic stored in a predefined way using UiPath
I haven’t integrated UiPath with SAGE. However, I do agree with @Palaniyappan’s post. If those conditions are met, then UiPath will be a perfect match for automation…
I’m working on a sage project right now, there are some cases where the selectors can be tricky.
I observed a strange behavior on the testing env(most probably it’s the same things for the other envs ) where some tables do have hidden values and you can’t get them unless you use get full text.
Also sometimes you can have four or more tables with the same structure in the webpage so you need to give extra info in the selector choosing the right stage to include so you can well define every table(I’ve used headers for this matter).
That’s about it, as for the other elements(buttons, textboxes, combo boxes,…) they are just pretty straight forward you don’t even need to check the selectors after indicating them.
Sage has got APIs, if the time of your project do let you explore this alternative in depth you can just go ahead and do it as it will prove helpful in the long run if you need to use a lot of sage functionalities.
Thanks @reda this would be helpful.
Hi, I have /am using UiPath to automate with SAGE. Sage is not the most friendly application to deal with in terms of the element selectors and navigation.