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Introduction to Robotic Enterprise Framework

As an RPA Developer, you will learn what the Robotic Enterprise Framework (REFramework) is, and how and why you should use it.
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Course details

Difficulty Level

Advanced

Language

English

Completion time

03:30:00

Product covered

Studio

About the Introduction to Robotic Enterprise Framework course 

Through this course, you'll learn all the essential concepts to understand what to expect from the Robotic Enterprise Framework (REFramework) template. Also, you'll see how the REFramework template works by seeing it in action. 

 

The Introduction to Robotic Enterprise Framework course prerequisites 

Before starting on this course, you should have basic programming knowledge and have completed, at a minimum: 

  • The RPA Developer Foundation learning plan. 
  • The State Machines in Studio course. 

 

The Introduction to Robotic Enterprise Framework audience 

This advanced course is a must for RPA Developers who wish to learn about the Robotic Enterprise Framework template. 

 

The Introduction to Robotic Enterprise Framework course agenda 

Through this course, you will be covering topics such as: 

  • Recap: Transactions and Types of Processes 
  • The Dispatcher and Performer (Producer and Consumer) Model 
  • Introducing the REFramework Template 
  • Overview of the Automation Project and The Main Workflow 
  • The Initialization State and The Configuration File 
  • The Get Transaction Data State 
  • The Process Transaction and End Process States 
  • Execution and Logging 
  • System and Business Exception Handling 
  • Concurrent Queue Consumption 

 

The Introduction to Robotic Enterprise Framework learning objectives 

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

  • List the types of processes and clearly identify transactions to automate within the process.  
  • Describe how the dispatcher/performer (producer/consumer) model can help in scaling processes. 
  • List the benefits of using the REFramework template for production-ready automation projects. 
  • Explain the key mechanisms which make up the REFramework template. 
  • Use the collaboration between the template and Orchestrator, with the distribution of workload among multiple available robots.