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Welcome to the Robotic Process Automation user community! This topic group is a place to discuss best practices, talk about how you are using WDG or IBM RPA with Automation Anywhere, and to post and get answers to your technical questions. 

Start by posting a question or topic in the Discussion area. The Library is for uploading files such as videos or documents. We'd love to have you blog for us - click Blogs to get started.  Our team will be posting Events as they happen. 

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Latest Discussions

  • I would like to read logging info from the standard "Log" activities (Information level) on the machine i'm running on. I can only find log files that hold errors etc. Do I need to change settings somewhere to include this level? Where can I find the ...

  • Hi, Thank you so much, I get what you mean ready and I try out work.. Just remember the press CTRL with + and - keys together. Very useful tips!. ------------------------------ Sonny Siah Infra365 Sdn Bhd ----------------------------- ...

  • Hi Sonny, You can use the shortcut Ctrl + - to jump back to the previously selected line. In order to go to a previous Sub, you will have to press it a couple of times. The problem with this behavior for me is that I have the habit of clicking the ...

Latest Blogs

  • If you missed the May 19 episode of “ Automation Exposé,” and the fascinating discussion with “Mr. Automation,” Jimmy Hewitt from Salient Process, about the Automation journey underway at Pittsburgh-based Sandwich chain, Primanti Brothers, the recording ...

  • Following the sell-off of the marketing automation and e-commerce tools of IBM , many former users felt that they needed to switch to other tools. However, things changed quickly after it was made known that new owners would take over the automation ...

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  • The saying is “Think Globally, Act Locally” and it’s a pretty good way to go about things. One of the most creative responses to the IBM Build-a-Bot Challenge was designed and built by Peruvian engineering student Sheynin Yossymar Checmapoco Paucar. ...

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