I´m facing an issue with Windows application automation. In this example I have 2 automations. Automation A as shown in image 1 has one button that call the Automation B. After the user press the Ok button, it calls the Login Execute method but the Automation B is not started.
The image 2 show the Automation B. I put a breakpoint after the Execute method, just to see what is happening but the process does not run, so that breakpoint is not reached.
I´m using a Windows 7 Enterprise machine with Pega Robotics Studio 8.0
Have you put a breakpoint before the execute to see if the button click is triggered as well? Is the SiebelLogin automation in a different project than the AppBarLogin Form? Can you provide me with a RuntimeLog to review as well?
To enable logging
Open Pega Robotics Studio
Go to Tools -> Options
Then scroll down to 'Pega Robotics' and click on 'Runtime Diagnostics'
Click the 'File Publisher' mode to ON if it is not already.
Then click on 'Log Categories' under 'Runtime Diagnostics'
Change the option 'All Categories' to 'Verbose'.
Run your solution, recreate the issue, and collect the RuntimeLog.txt from the %appdata%/OpenSpan
Yes. The SiebelLogin automation is in a different project than the AppBarLogin Form. Now that you alert me about that, I added reference to the project and solve the problem. Thank you very much for your time and reply.