my doubt is after implementing openspan solution for the projects inside it we will deploy & create runtime bot which should trigger automatically instead of running form Openspan studio, the solution itself should trigger itself & run automatically ,how this is possible either in server or in local environment?
Creating a solution and running it within the runtime environment is covered in the initial training. Within Studio you create a deployment package and use Runtime to run it. Running the solution cannot be triggered automatically by the solution - however it is easy to use a scheduling application such as Task Scheduler to kick off your solution. At that point, your solution can wait for a triggering event - you just need to code it to do so. Most automations use desktop applications and therefore you will need a desktop to run it on. We generally recommend using a VM for robots performing repetitive tasks.
What specifically are you having problems with? You can configure runtime to load your deployment package automatically on startup using the RuntimeConfig.xml StartupProject value. Then in Task Scheduler, all you need to do is have it launch Runtime. Remember that Runtime is a desktop application, so it will require a user to be logged in.
I have produced the deployment file for an OpenSpan automation. I would like to run it at specific server for every hour. I don't want to do it by windows scheduler to execute it. Is there any functionality available in OpenSpan 8.2 studio/runtime, to run automation automatically at specific interval?
If Runtime is already running, you can have it check the current time (using the DateTimeUtils) and create some logic to determine if it OK to initiate your automation. Runtime is a desktop application, so it cannot "start" itself. You'll need to use something like Task Scheduler to get it running initially.