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Properties, methods, and events

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Use properties, methods, and events to define controls and actions in your Pega Robot Studio automations.

  • Variables

    Variables are data values that can change during the execution of an automation, based on user input.

  • Accelerators

    Accelerators are properties, methods, and events you can use to add functionality to your automations.

  • Credentials

    Use the Credentials components and methods to configure and maintain authentication processes in your automation.

  • Data handling methods and components

    Use data handling methods and components to manipulate and act upon many types of data, including dates, strings, financial elements, and paths.

  • External data sources

    Use External data sources to issue queries and commands to external REST or SQL sources in your automation.

  • Internal data sources

    Use Internal data sources to connect to common applications like Microsoft Office, XML, or Adobe Acrobat within your automation.

  • Utilities

    Use the components and methods in the Utilities folder to build automations by interacting with logs, messages, processes, system information, and other functions in applications.

  • Workflow components

    Workflow components extend the functionality of building automations, determining next steps based on operations and expressions applied to automation block values.

  • General Windows control properties, methods, and events

    A base set of properties, methods, and events apply to controls created through the interrogation of Windows applications (OpenSpan.Adapters.Controls.Control). Definitions of these properties, methods, and events are provided in the table below. Additional properties, methods, and events are exposed based on the target type.

  • General Web properties, methods, and events

    A base set of properties, methods, and events apply to controls created through interrogation of web applications. Definitions of these properties, methods, and events are provided, in table format, in the following articles. Additional properties, methods, and events are exposed based on the target type.

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