You can track, filter and display all of your Interact Robotic Process Automation (RPA) activities using the RPA Monitor in the Admin Console.
RPA monitoring tracks real-time RPA activities for your account as well as up to 60 days of RPA activity history. It enables you to easily analyse all RPA Package elements, including:
- Bots. Live status of Bots used by RPA, along with the ability to search, filter and view the Bot activity history with key details.
- Services. Search, filter and view Services used by RPA, including all Calls, activity durations and errors encountered.
- Methods. Search, filter and view Methods used by RPA, including all Calls, activity durations, and errors encountered.
- Calls. Search, filter and view Calls executed by RPA, associated Methods and Services, the executing Flow and Bot, exact execution time, activity duration and results.
The RPA Monitor page enables you to perform both high-level and detailed analysis of RPA activities for your account. Views can display results for a specified date and time range and also be filtered according to one or more specified elements:
In the example above, we use the RPA Monitor Calls page to locate all execution results for a specific Method, Service and Bot, ordered by date and time.
About the RPA Monitor Page
|1||Time Range Selector||Select the time interval for the history shown on the Monitor page. You can select up to 60 days of RPA Monitor history for analysis. For details on using the Date/Time Selector click here.
Note: The total number of filtered elements is shown just above the Search Box, along with the number of filtered elements that have error results.
|2||View Selector||Select the current view for the Monitor page. By default, the Monitor opens in the Bots view. You can also choose to view Services, Methods or Calls.
See more details about each view in its related article.
Note: Whenever you switch between views, all RPA Monitor results are refreshed.
|3||Search Box||Enter a few letters in the Search field to display only those elements that match:
The search is performed on text fields for all elements in the current view .
|4||Element List||The list of RPA elements in the selected view.
By default, each page displays up to 50 elements. When the list is longer, you can select from multiple Monitor pages to view additional elements:
|5||Quick Filter||Click on an RPA element name (or on the filter icon that appears when you hover over an element) to add it to a Quick Filter at the top of the Monitor page and show only the results which match that element:
Each selected filter is displayed at the top of the Monitor page and will persist for all Monitor views until you remove it by clicking on the X:
You can use multiple filters to locate and display only those elements which are useful for your current analysis.
Note: The total number of filtered elements is shown along with the number of filtered elements that have error results, just above the Search Box.
|6||Refresh Data||Clicking on the Refresh icon updates all results displayed by the RPA Monitor.
The time since the last update was performed is also shown.
|7||Bot Release||Clicking on the Bot release icon will release the associated Bot from memory and free all of its resources. You can release a Bot only when it is in Acquired status.
You may want to release a Bot if it appears to be stalled.
Interact also provides a built-in timeout mechanism for RPA Bots, This default timeout setting can be changed via the RPA Details section in the Client Settings tab of the application using the Bot.