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Error and Exception Handling in Studio

Learn how to detect, anticipate, and handle exceptions in your automation processes with the Error and Exception Handling in Studio course.
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  • October 25, 2023
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Error and Exception Handling in Studio

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

001:15:00

Product covered

Studio

About the Error and Exception Handling in Studio course

Throughout the course, you'll learn essential exception-handling techniques like Try Catch, Throw, Rethrow, and Retry Scope. Furthermore, we'll discuss a valuable feature shared by UI Automation activities, known as ContinueOnError. 

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2022.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well. 

The Error and Exception Handling in Studio course prerequisites

The Error and Exception Handling in Studio course is intermediate level. Before you enroll, you should have completed the following courses: 

  • Data Manipulation with Strings in Studio 
  • UI Automation Synchronization with Studio 

The Error and Exception Handling in Studio course

The Error and Exception Handling in Studio course is a one-hour fifteen minutes course. It is targeted at Automation Explorer and Automation Developers. 

The Error and Exception Handling in Studio course agenda

  • System and Business exceptions 
  • TryCatch, Throw and Rethrow 
  • Practice 1—Try Catch 
  • Retry Scope 
  • Practice 2—Retry Scope 
  • The ContinueOnError property 

The Error and Exception Handling in Studio learning objectives

At the end of the course, you should be able to:  

  • Recognize and differentiate between different types of exceptions 
  • Describe the main error handling techniques and explain when they should be used 
  • Differentiate between Try Catch, Throw, Rethrow and Retry Scope 
  • Use the Try Catch, Throw, and Rethrow to handle system and business exceptions 
  • Use Retry Scope to handle system exception 
  • Explain the role of the ContinueOnError property and its impact on automation workflow execution 
  • Apply best practices for error and exception handling to ensure robust and reliable automation workflows