Pega Robotic Automation Runtime connects to the Pega Platform and authenticates as the operator ID that registers VMs........
Can anybody let me know from where the Robotic runtime picks up the credentials to authenticate?Does it picks this data from the following line of StudioConfig,
<RDA_Credentials userName="admin@bankerpro" password="rules" /> ?I was trying to use the example BankerPro application and ended up having the doubt whether the VM register operator is the same as admin@bankerpro or not.Because the BankerPro app comes with this operator which is supposed to register the VMs. But I cant use it in the StudioConfig to access in to Pega Application.
I have build automation with the properties of the classes in Pega platform application buy using the admin@bankerpro in StudioConfig file and has configured the Pega platform as well.Though the assignments are created and queued, the VMs are not picking them up. The problem should be with registering the VMs.
I read that the robotics runtime uses the VM register operator as well that made me to think that the same operator should be put in the StudioConfig at,
Were you able to see the bot icon in your system tray menu? If yes load the automation project and supply credentials to register VM by right clicking the tray icon and Click Enter RPA Credentials.
Robotic Runtime uses credentials provided in the "Enter RPA Credentials" pop up box.
If you don't see the tray icon in your machine, try enabling Runtime_log4 logs, you should see if there is any error in registering the VM. You can enable Runtime logs by following below steps:
In the %AppData%\OpenSpan folder there is a file named RuntimeConfig.xml. There is a section for Publisher. You can enable it there by setting the Mode attribute to ON. In addition, you can change all of the log categories to level 4 to get the most verbose logs.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 19 Mar 2018 17:37 EDT
Asiri Chathuranga Gallala Gamage (ASIRICHATHU)