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Automation

The Corteza Admin provides an overview of the automation defined for your Corteza instance.

The administrator guide doesn’t touch automation configuration. Refer to the Automation for details on the configuration of automation for your low-code application.

User interfaces

The automation management user interface resides in the Corteza Admin web application, under the "automation" navigation group.

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Listing workflows

To list current workflows:
  1. Navigate to system  workflows,

  2. optionally insert the filtering parameters (the list refreshes automatically).

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Listing sessions

An automation session describes an automation that has executed or is still executing. Sessions can be used to debug a failing automation and to identify any infinite cycling issues preventing the system from working properly.

To list current sessions:
  1. Navigate to system  sessions,

  2. optionally insert the filtering parameters (the list refreshes automatically).

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Session states

DevNote take note of the states

  • completed: Completed

  • excluded: Without

  • exclusive: Only

  • failed: Failed

  • inProgress: completed sessions

  • inclusive: Including

  • prompted: Prompted

  • sessions: sessions

  • started: Started

  • suspended: Suspended

Corredor scripts

The Corredor scripts (also referred to as automation scripts or scripts) user interface provide a list of registered Corredor scripts and their details such as triggers.

The automation interface can be used to debug issues regarding invalid or missing automation scripts.

Refer to deploying automation scripts for details on how to deploy your scripts.

To list current Corredor scripts:
  1. Navigate to system  Corredor scripts,

  2. optionally insert the filtering parameters (the list refreshes automatically).

DevNote provide a nicer screenshot here

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