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Remote Debugging with Studio

Looking to build on the foundation of your UiPath Studio debugging skills? This course will empower you to master remote debugging as an Automation Developer.
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  • October 25, 2023
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難易度

Advanced

言語

English

受講時間

001:00:00

対象製品

Studio

About the Remote Debugging with Studio course

There is a possibility that automation behavior will vary with different machines. With remote debugging, you can test and debug processes on the actual production machine, even if it's configured differently. This is essential for maintaining reliable automation, and it works for both attended and unattended processes, including Linux robots. Learn how to connect using TCP/IP to the remote machine or Orchestrator for unattended robots in the same tenant. 

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

The Remote Debugging with Studio course prerequisites 

The Remote Debugging with Studio course is at an advanced level. Before you enroll, you should have completed the Automation Developer Associate Training, or at a minimum the following courses: 

The Remote Debugging with Studio audience

This is a one-hour course aimed primarily at Professional Automation Developers.

The Remote Debugging with Studio course agenda

The agenda covers:  

  • Set up remote debugging 
  • Debug using the Remote Machine connection 
  • Debug using the Unattended Robot connection 

The Remote Debugging with Studio learning objectives

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

  • List the different ways in which you can establish a remote debugging connection 
  • Differentiate between the two types of connections 
  • Configure a remote debugging connection and debug a project 
  • Configure an unattended robot connection and debug a project 
  • Outline the known limitations for these two types of connections