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Pega Robotic Automation release and build notes

Suggest edit Updated on October 3, 2022

Release notes contain important information that you should know before you install a release of Pega Robotic Automation. Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for the various Pega Robotic Automation releases. A release is a major update to Pega Robotic Automation, such as 22.1. A build can include bug fixes and enhancements, such as 22.1.05.

Before you install one of these builds, familiarize yourself with the changes, new features, and resolved issues that are listed in the following table.

To download a build, see Downloading Pega Robotic Automation software. For information on system requirements, review the minimum requirements.

Release and build notes for the following components are available:

ProductLast updated on
Pega Robotic Automation 22.1 Release NotesSeptember 22
Pega Robotic Automation 22.1 build notesSeptember 22
Pega Native Foundation build notes (for 22.1)September 22
Pega RPA Service build notesSeptember 22
Pega Synchronization Server build notesSeptember 22
Pega Synchronization Engine build notesSeptember 22
Pega Browser Extension build notesSeptember 22

For additional information, see the following topics:

  • Pega Robotic Automation release notes 22.1

    The release notes contain important information you should know before you install Pega RPA version 22.1. Before you install this release, familiarize yourself with all of the changes and resolved issues listed in this document.

  • New and updated features

    Pega Robot Studio version 22.1 is a redesign of the product, with many new and improved features.

  • Build notes: Pega Robotic Automation 22.1

    Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for Pega Robotic Automation 22.1. Before you install one of these builds, familiarize yourself with the new features, resolved issues, and other changes. For more information, see the Pega RPA product page.

  • Build notes: Pega Native Foundation

    Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for Pega Native Foundation. Pega Native Foundation contains the operating system-specific injection technology for Pega Robot Studio and Pega Robot Runtime 22.1. By separating these technologies from the features that you use to develop solutions, the Pega Robotic Automation development team can more quickly respond to operating system changes from Microsoft. For more information about Pega Native Foundation, contact your Support Representative by using the Pega

  • Build notes: Pega RPA Service

    Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for the Pega RPA Service. Before you install one of these builds, familiarize yourself with the new features, resolved issues, and other changes.

  • Build notes: Pega Synchronization Server

    Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for the Synchronization Server. Before you install one of these builds, familiarize yourself with the new features, resolved issues, and other changes. For information on system requirements, review the minimum requirements.

  • Build notes: Pega Synchronization Engine

    Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for the Synchronization Engine. Before you install one of these builds, familiarize yourself with the new features, resolved issues, and other changes. For more information, see Pega Robotic Automation server applications.

  • Build notes: Pega Browser Extension

    Build notes describe the changes that are included in each build that is created for the Pega Browser Extension (PBE). Before you install one of these builds, familiarize yourself with the new features, resolved issues, and other changes.

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