Would like to have a token to determine how many other bots are running the same project thorough FoxHub.
For example, if we have a job managed by FoxHub where data is split among 3 bots, there is no way to determine which bot is the first bot to start, and which is the last bot to finish.
I'd like to be able to send email notifications when a project begins and finishes, and right now, I have to leverage files & folders to track if a bot is running or not2 votes
While a script is running through FoxHub, it would be cool to add additional bots at run time. Currently, if a script is running on 3 machines, it must be managed through the Job. If I want to add 2 machines, I must stop the job, edit the job, and start the job again.
I'd love to be able to right click, and add a job in real time.2 votes
Add error handling on 'Write Log' so that the action may be used within an Error Task2 votes
This feature is available in Nintex RPA v16.0.4.
I would like to see a feature where the hub can queue up jobs across multiple environments/bots and identify if something is running to assess whether a job can be executed or if it needs to move to another machine. Example:
Job 2 requires 2 machines. Job 1 is running on Machine 1. Hub identifies Machine 1 is in use, automatically looks to assign in machine 2 and 3.2 votes
Would be nice to have this option available in Foxtrot for cases when it is not possible for IT to disable/change the settings. UiPath has it:3 votes
Currently when creating a Files & Folders list, RPA compiles ALL files in the folder. When using a files & folders list in a queue fashion, it can take too much time for RPA to compile a list of hundreds or thousands of files.
I would love to be able to limit the depth of a files & folders list to the top 5 or 10 for example.1 vote
We would like for the persons who are only posting data (non administrators), that they don't have access to modify a botflow script.1 vote
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