Editing orchestration process steps
You need to attach scripts to orchestration process steps in IBM RPA Control Center to instance bots to process messages from input queues.
About this task
This procedure is part of the steps to configure an orchestration process. See Configuring an orchestration process for more information.
In an IBM RPA orchestration process, a step is the processing of queue messages. In a step, you configure a queue to be an input queue and an script to process messages from this input queue. Each message becomes an orchestration process instance during processing.
The orchestration process starts bots to process each orchestration process instance. After processing, the instance can be tagged depending on its status or moved to an output queue. The output queue can be an input queue for a new step.
On the Steps tab, fill out the following form:
- In Step Name, enter the step name.
- In Input Queue, select the step's input queue.
- In Output Queue (On Success), select rather the orchestration process instance should be marked as success after processing or moved to an output queue.
- In Priority on Success Queue, select the priority of orchestration process instance if moved to the output queue in case of success.
- In Output Queue (On Error), select rather the orchestration process instance should be marked as error if processing failed or moved to an output queue.
- In Priority on Error Queue, select the priority of the orchestration process instance if moved to the output queue in case of error.
- In Script, select the published script to process instances from the input queue.
- In Version, select published script version.
- In Computers, select one or more computers configured in your IBM RPA environment to host bots. For each message in the input queue, a bot starts in one of the computers.
- Optional: In Group, select the group of computers to run host bots.
After creating a step, you can create new steps by clicking the New step button. You can reorder steps by dragging and dropping them, but the order does not affect the process outcome.
What to do next
You need to edit the orchestration process' variables. See Editing the orchestration process' variables for details.