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ROBO0006 alert: Robotic assignment type contains an assignment that is approaching SLA deadline

Suggest edit Updated on March 26, 2020

You can configure Robot Manager to trigger notifications when an assignment in a work queue reaches a specific percentage of the service-level agreement (SLA) deadline.

Reason for the alert

By default, this alert appears if a robotic assignment is at 80% of its SLA deadline.

Note: Instead of triggering the alert each time a robot reaches the threshold for a failed automation task, Robot Manager conditionally triggers one alert every 30 minutes.

Example message text

Robotic assignment type <WQName> contains an assignment that is approaching SLA deadline.

Recommendations

Perform any of the following actions to address this issue:

  • Verify that the SLA realistically reflects the time that is required for completing the assignment. Depending on your findings, you might need to adjust the SLA value.
  • If you determine that the number of robots in the work group is insufficient to handle the incoming work, assign or pull more robots into the work group by manually moving the robots or by creating a schedule. For more information, see Managing work groups and assignments
  • Monitor the robots. Depending on your findings, you might take various types of administrative actions.
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