SetConfig

The SetConfig component enables the user to establish communication between the Orchestrator and Intellibot Studio, user will then be able to work with other orchestrator components.

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Ports

The SetConfig component exposes the Control In, Control Out, and the Data In ports by default.

Port Description
Control In Must be connected to the Control Out port of one or more components.
Control Out Must be connected to the Control In port of any other component.
Data In The SetConfig component exposes the following Data Inputs:

URL: Specifies the URL of the Orchestrator.

ROBOID: Specifies the unique key of respective robot, which is assigned to the process.

PROCESSID: Specifies the unique key of process on which user performs action.

Note

The Robo Id and the Process Id can be found on the Orchestrator.

Properties

For SetConfig component - User can edit the following properties, in the properties window.

Property Description
Delay After Execution Specifies the wait time (in seconds) after the action is executed.
Delay Before Execution Specifies the wait time (in seconds) before the action is executed.
Enable Timeout Allows users to enable timeout for the component
Timeout Allows users to define a timeout for the component

Note

To search for a specific property user can use the filter available in the properties window.

Example

Let us consider an example of the SetConfig component where the user wants to perform some actions on Queues after connecting to the Orchestrator.

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To establish connection between Orchestrator and Intellibot Studio:

  1. In the Toolbox, expand Orchestrator, and then expand Common.

  2. Drag the SetConfig component and drop it on the Design Surface.

  3. Expand Queues. Drag the SetQueueName component and drop it on the Design surface.

  4. Enter the URL, RoboID and ProcessID inside the SetConfig component to proceed to further steps.

Note

To get the connection from Orchestrator application, Control-Out port of SetConfig component should be connected to Control-In port of another component.