The architecture of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a combination of several tools, platforms, and various infrastructure elements to form a complete RPA tool.
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There are several blocks available in the RPA solution:
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- Applications under robotic process execution – This is well suited for enterprises applications like ERP, SAP or any other record processing application. These applications are data intensive and they are loaded with repetitive tasks.
- RPA Tool – To develop software robots to the automation of applications in Desktop, Web and Citrix environment. Exception handling, ability to write to/from various data sources and to build reusable components.
- RPA Platform – RPA Software bots can be stored in a shared repository and they can be shared across software robots libraries. RPA platform has the ability to develop meaningful insights on the bots and execution process.
- RPA Execution Infrastructure – They act as a bank of parallel physical or virtual lab machines which is controlled based on usage patterns. Machine scale up or down in parallel to achieve the automation can also be performed.
- Configuration management – Updation of bots to a newer version is performed. Branching and merging of RPA bots are also performed since they are reusable across the libraries.
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RPA is a combination of various layers of application and tools that makes the whole architecture.
- Business rules
- Hand-off point
- Prioritization if not in management control
- Focus on business rule without needing to create links
- Simplify changes
- Reusable business logic
- Avoid multiple changes in the process when logic changes
||Procedures for performing specific tasks
Eg. Log on, enter the address
- Reusability within systems
- Development does not require business rule understanding
||Individual screen interaction
Eg. Enter address inline 1
- Lower risk, faster changes
- Target application integration can be changed without the risk of changing business rules.
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