Installing AutoMate 6 from the command line.
Installing AutoMate 7 using the command line.
Using the Install Wizard for AutoMate 8
Installing AutoMate 6 silently
AutoMate and Terminal Services
Using attachments in AutoMate Task Builder
Best practices when working with variables in Automate.
AutoMate Sessions for Excel and FTP
This article will supply important details regarding environment variables and describe some AutoMate sample tasks utilized to manipulate and manage Microsoft Windows environment variables.
Automating Office Tasks - Timesheets
Using AutoMate for product testing
Troubleshooting common FTP socket errors
Troubleshooting Error: Connection to 127.0.0.1 was refused.
Troubleshooting issues connecting to a remote AutoMate machine
Using the debug window in AutoMate.
Delete last line of a file (vbscript)
Dynamic workflow exception handling.
Using advanced Enterprise functionality in Automate
Troubleshooting Error connecting to Local Tasks when starting the Task Administrator
Using AutoMate to detect and handle errors
Troubleshooting Error "Could not contact the AutoMate Event Monitor."
Troubleshooting ERROR: Request to add task failed because Cannot create file x:\netshare\folder\automatetask.aml
Troubleshooting ERROR: Task could not start because logon failed. / ERROR: Task could not start because Hook window cannot be found.
Troubleshooting ERROR: Task could not start because workstation could not be unlocked
Troubleshooting ERROR: "The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory."
Troubleshooting ERROR: “Window cannot be focused” during a ‘Focus Window’ step
Executing a command-line application using the Run Action
Covers the three basic components of Automate 8: Tasks, Actions, and Triggers; their roles in the scope of the Automate product line; and the development tools used to create, modify, and manage them.
Covers the three basic components of Automate 9: Tasks, Actions, and Triggers; their roles in the scope of the Automate product line; and the development tools used to create, modify, and manage them.
Covers the three basic components of Automate: Tasks, Actions, and Triggers; their roles in the scope of the Automate product line; and the development tools used to create, modify, and manage them.
How AutoMate Logs On And Unlocks Workstations
How to Generate a Formatted Date/Time Using Expressions
How to use the Expression Builder
Configuring AutoMate to interact with a Java Applet Window
Launch process automation with WMI Trigger
Configuring logon options within AutoMate
Installation instructions for Automate v11 or greater.
Moving old files in Automate
Logging status and messaging events to an external database provider
Interacting with a mySQL server and its associated databases through the SQL Query and SQL Stored Procedure actions
Speeding up task execution
Percentage signs and their use in AutoMate
Migrating tasks in AutoMate
Using AutoMate's Remote Administration function
Retrieving an FTP Directory Listing
Retrieving SharePoint List Data
Running a task from the command line
Troubleshooting tasks marked with a red "x"
Troubleshooting network access issues in AutoMate
Configuring tasks in AutoMate
Tasks not triggering when Duplicate Task is used
The maturation of XML Automation
Adding special characters in AutoMate with the "%" sign
The Suspend/Hibernate Action fails or does nothing
Using triggers in AutoMate
Troubleshooting ERROR: Unable To Connect To Local Tasks (corrupt .ATL file)
Upgrading From AutoMate 4 to AutoMate 6
Using Dynamic Variables in AutoMate 5
This article will discuss functions, how they are used in AutoMate, and how they can add more intelligence to a task, thus, broadening the functionality of Automate.
Using Regular Expressions
Creating variables in AutoMate
Wait for process and process watcher trigger do not work with 64-bit apps in 64-bit Windows.
Like variables, datasets are used to represent data in a task that may be different each time a task executes. But unlike standard variables, datasets can contain multiple rows and columns.
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