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Debugging and testing automations

Suggest edit Updated on November 10, 2021
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Once you have created a Robot Studio project, you can debug the project in Robot Studio to test the functionality and integration.

You can use the Robot Inspector to help with debugging and testing automations. Or you can use the Test menu in Robot Studio.

Test menu
Figure showing the Test menu and its options for testing automations.

Test menu options

OptionDescription
Run allRuns the entire project as a user would run it, using Pega.RobotStudio. Stops all running applications and starts from the first step. Used for full function testing.
Run all without debuggerRuns the entire project as a user would run it, using Pega.RobotRuntime. Does not support breakpoints. Stops all running applications and starts from the first step. Used for full function testing.
Test automationTests the current automation and any sub-automations. Used for testing small parts of the project in an isolated fashion.
Test automation without debuggerTests the current automation and any sub-automations without running the debugger (does not support breakpoints). Used for testing small parts of the project in an isolated way.
  • Debug controls

    Use debug controls to manage the flow of steps for testing automations.

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