Quick Start Guide

Quick Start Guide

WHAT IS ROBUSTA RPA 2.0 ?

Robusta RPA 2.0 is a workflow modeling application that allows corporate business processes to be modeled on a common infrastructure. The main purpose of this structure is to create a common language where business analysys who prepare the processes, texhnical units that will incorporate the processes into practice, and the business units that will apply the processes can easily unterstand.

Robusta RPA 2.0 Basic Components

Creating New Process

First of all, c:/RobustaRPA/RobustaRPA.exe application must be running for the processes to be performed.
After the application is opened, to create a new model, enter the address http://localhost:8080, then the "Modeler" module.

On the screen that opens, login with username: admin – password: test information. ( Similarly, username and password information should be used for task and IDM screens. )

After encountering the process screen, the "Create Process" button is clicked.

Seen here;
Model Name : It is the visible name of the model. Can be written with spaces. It is a mandatory field. Model Key : It is the technical name of the model. It is written without any spaces. It is a mandatory field. Turkish characters should not be used. Description : It is the description of the model. Used for documentation. It is not a mandatory field. After filling in the relevant fields, the model is created by clicking the "Create new model" button.

Robotic process design is made by using the activities under RPA components on the left menu. Only the activities of Application(Web), Text File and Dataset components run in the trial version. Documentation on the use of these activities is also available.


After the design is completed, the Digital Worker definition must be made in order to run the robotic process. The definition process in done from the "Data Objects" field on the Process screen.

As the trial version will use the worker on the local machine, the definitions must be as follows.

Id "_worker", Name "_worker", Default Value should be saved by entering http://localhost:8080. * The ip and port used in the Default Name field are examples.


OPERATING THE CREATED PROCESS After the process is created and the worker is defined, the Apps tab on the Modeler page is clicked. By clicking the Create App button on the top right, the relevant fields are filled in and a new applications is created by clicking the "Create new app definition" button. The app definition key field starts with a lowercase letter and is written without spaces. Turkish characters should not be used.

After the application is created, the processes and / or processes that are required to be run are added to the application by selecting the "Edit included models" button and then click the "Save" button on the upper left.

In order to run the created application, it must first be published. In order to publish, the application created is clicked on and it is made ready to run by clicking the "Publish" button. If there is an error while publishing, it means that there was an error in a process that was added to the App.

You can run the applications you have created from the Task screen. In order to run your applications created on the Task screen, you can login with your user information defined on your name with http://localhost:8080/task/. Return to the Robusta Home screen and enter the Task screen.

After logging into the Task screen, the created application is found and clicked. Click on the Processes field and click on the "Start a process" button.

The process and / or processes that are added are selected to be run and the process is started by clicking the "Start process" button.

The operation of the process can be tracked through Tomcat, errors and outputs can be observed.
Sample Tomcat image is as follows. In order to run the application, the Java program must be available, and the necessary files must be located locally.

Robusta RPA 2.0 Navigation Bar

With the navigation bar, you can switch between Processes, Case Models, Forms, Decision Tables and Applications editors.

User Interface

Each row in the Decision Table can be considered as a single rule. Each column on the left is an input condition, each column on the right is a output value.

Save the model : Saves the currently open model.

Validate the model : Verifies the open model.

Cut : Cuts the selected item.

Copy : Copies the selected item.

Paste : Pastes the selected item.

Delete the selected element : Deletes the currently selected item.

Redo : Repeats the most recent action.

Undo : Undoes the previous action.

Align model vertical : Aligns the model vertically.

Align model horizontal : Aligns the model horizontally.

Same size : It brings the same size.

Zoom in : Zoom in on the model.

Zoom out : Zooms out the model.

Zoom to actual size : Enlarges the model to true size.

Zoom to fit : Adjusts the zoom level to suit the model.

Add bend-point to the selected sequence flow : Add as fold to the selected stream.

Remove bend-point from the selected sequence flow : Removes the fold point in the selected stream.

Start the guided tour : It provides a user manual that describes the structures on the process screen.

Close : Closes the open model.


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