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  • As the world is moving forward to using variants of technologies, so has automation improved its way to make our work easier. Through the word automation was coined in the 1950, very few people really understand what it meant.
  • The process of automating business operation with the help of robots to reduce human intervention is said to robotic process automation.
  • Robotic are entities which mimic human actions are called robots.
  • A process is a sequence of steps which lead to meaningful activity. For example, the process of making tea or your favorite dish etc.
  • Automation is any process which is done by a robot without human intervention.
  • If you wish to learn further about robotic process automation, then is suggest you go with this course.

How to get started with RPA?

You need to follow the below steps, to get started with RPA

  • Gain extensive knowledge about the history behind RPA. That is, learn all about traditional automation.
  • Learn about RPA and various applications of RPA
  • Choose the process that you wish to automate, and retrospect about the process dependencies.
  • Hands on experience In RPA Tools like, UI Path, Blue Prism, and Automation Anywhere.

In Today’s market, there are RPA vendors such as Blue Prism, Automation Anywhere, UI path, Work Fusion, Pega systems and many more. But, the leaders in the market are the trio ( Uipath, Blue Prism & Automation Anywhere ).

Modules we give training:-

  • Blue Prism
  • Ui Path
  • Automation Anywhere.

1)  Introduction

  • Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation

2) Process Studio

2.1 Running a Process

2.2 Basic Skills

2.3 Process Validation

2.4 Decision Stage 

2.5 Calculation Stage

2.6 Data Items


3 Process Flow

3.1 Circular Paths

3.2 Controlling Play

3.3 Set Next Stage

3.4 Breakpoints

3.5 Collections and Loops

3.6 Layers of Logic

3.7 Pages for Organisation


 4) Process Inputs and Outputs

4.1 Input Parameters

4.2 Stepping and Pages

4.3 Data Item Visibility

4.4 Data Types

4.5 Output Parameters

4.6 Start Up Parameters

4.7 Control Room

4.8 Process outputs


5)  Business Objects

5.1 Object Studio

5.2 Business Objects

5.3 Action Stage

5.4 Inputs and Outputs 

5.5 The Process Layer


6)Objects Studio

6.1 Creating a Business Object

6.2 Application Modeller 

6.3 Spying Elements

6.4 Attributes

6.5 Attribute Selection

6.6 Launch

6.7 Wait

6.8 Timeouts

6.9 Terminate

6.10 Write 

6.11 Press

6.12 Attach and Detach

6.13 Read .

6.14 Actions

6.15 Action Inputs and Outputs

6.16 Data Items as inputs


7) Overview of Error and Case Management


8 Error Management

8.1 Exception Handling

8.2 Recover and Resume

8.3 Throwing Exceptions

8.4 Preserving the current exception

8.5 Exception Bubbling

8.6 Exception Blocks

8.7 Exception Handling in Practice


9)Case Management

9.1 Work Queues .

9.2 Queue Items

9.3 Work Queue Configuration

9.4 Defer 

9.5 Attempts

9.6 Pause and Resume

9.7 Filters

9.8 Reports


10)Aditional Features

10.1 Collection Actions

10.2 Choice Stage

10.3 Logging

10.4 Log Viewer

10.5 System Manager

10.6 Process Grouping

10.1 Export and Import

10.2 Release Manager – Packages and Releases


11) Consolidation Excercise

11.1 Order System Process

11.2 Consolidation Exercise Checklist

11.3 Submitting Your Completed Solution


12) Advanced Features

12.1 Undefined Collections

12.2 Data Item Initialisation

12.3 Data Item Exposure

12.4 Casting .

12.5 Code Stage

12.6 Run Mode

12.7 Initialise and Cleanup

12.8 Attribute Match Types

12.9 Dynamic Attributes

12.10 Active Accessibility

12.11 Application Manager Mode

12.12 Global Clicks and Keys

12.13 Credentials


13) Further Application Types

13.1 Mainframe Applications

13.2 Java Applications

13.3 Match Index and Match Reverse

13.4 Surface Automation


Case Study 1

MS Excel VBO – Launching Excel, Copy Paste range, Write to Collection, Consolidation and Macros, Exceptional Handling

Environmental Locking, Credentials and other Additional Features

  • Undefined Collections
  • Data item Initialization and Exposure
  • Casting, Code stage and Run Mode
  • Initialize and Clean up Pages
  • Attribute Tinkering – Match type, Match index and Ordinal
  • Dynamic Attributes and Relative positions
  • Active Accessibility
  • Application Manager Mode
  • Global send keys and Clicks
  • Command Line, Resource PC

Surface Automation

  • Introduction to Surface Automation on Thin client applications (Region Mode)
  • Training Application and Object Model
  • Interacting with Application Elements (Text boxes, Combo boxes, buttons etc.)
  • Tabulated Data
  • Alternate text input methods
  • Adding Robustness and Performance
  • Fonts & Character Conflicts
  • Sending Key events and Special keys


  • Object: Thin Client Application – Launch, Login Account details, Find Account, Notes list, Note, Work queues, Terminate, Export and Release
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