I have followed the below steps to configure the robot virtual machine with PEGA. But if the VM registartion is successfull , it will generate operator id. But i am not getting it even after followed all the below steps for VM registration with PEGA7.2.1.
Created Operator id.
Assigned access group to that operator id and also assigned role “PEGARULES:RoboticAdministrator”.
Configured robot work baskets and workgroups
Configured access group for workgroup.
Configured heart beat interval
Configured robot queue shape in flow with the workbasket and automation.
Edited the runtimeConfig.xml file as <MenuItem item="RPACredentials" label="Enter RPA Credentials..." show="true" />
Created automation in PEGA robotic studio. Then I just did solution up by clicking the “Start Debug” option . So run time is up and we will able to call automation from the PEGA.
Right Click on studio run time icon and provided RPA credentials.
10. Right click on project name and select properties .given robot queue name to my workgroup name.
Ran the automation from PEGA. So that Virtual machine will get registered with PEGA7 and will generate new operator id .(But here we are not getting this even if I follow all the above steps).
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The Robotic Activities within the automation will not fire if you are running your solution in Studio. You need to run the Runtime as a stand-alone to actually test your solution. This was done to allow the developer to test his solution within Studio from another source and not depleting the work basket queue.
Steps to test:
Create a deployment package using studio
If you are testing on a Studio system: Navigate to the installation folder for Studio and double-click on the OpenSpan.Runtime.exe. This will launch the Runtime as a stand-alone application
Right click on the Runtime Icon in the Tray and set the RPA Credentials
If this is the first time you are setting the RPA Credentials Stop the Runtime and restart it
Right Click on the Runtime Icon and select "load local project"
Select your deployment package you created in step 1