Hi, I am trying to set up a for each that performs a search for each row of a data table and pauses for the user to select a document to download. So far, the search process is fine. The issue is that, for each row in my data table, I need to have the automation pause after the search has been executed so that the user can select which file they want to download.
I’ve tried using the Monitor Events Trigger so that the automation would 1) perform the search for the first data table row 2) pause for the user to select the documents they want to download (the trigger) 3) go to the next search based on the next row of the data table. And repeat until all the data table rows have been searched for
The problem is that when using the Monitor Events activity only the code inside the Event Handler executes. Which means the automation never gets past the first data table row
I’ve seen a solution where someone built a flowchart to have the Monitor Events loop back to the main process. The issue is that, since I need to iterate through each data table row, I am afraid this will start the for each loop over from the start and just cause it to repeat the first row without end
Any suggestions for how I can work this out?