They are the smallest units that form a robotic process flow, and they have the ability to instruct the robot with actions to perform such as "Click" or "Enter Text".
Steps are what makes the robot actively operate according to a specific sequence of steps.
▼Example of a robotic process flow that has used its steps
Steps are typically built around 4 attributes: "Basic", "Finders", "Action" and "Error Handling". Refer to the table below for their respective roles.
【Roles of the attributes behind each step】
|Basic||Sets a Step Name and a Step Comment|
|Finders||Designates a target element or position on the screen for when the step executes its process|
|Action||Names the process the step will execute|
|Error Handling||Sets the actions to perform if an error occurs as a result of the Action being executed|
▼Step View of the "Load Page" step
Choosing an action is mandatory but depending on its type, the other items can be left blank.
Moreover, there are exceptions such as the End Step and the Try Step as they do not possess the Action attribute.
▼Step View of the Try Step
For basic knowledge about steps, please refer to the following articles.