Getting Started With AutoMate 9

Applies To: AutoMate 9
 

Video Summary

Covers the three basic components of AutoMate 9: Tasks, Actions, and Triggers; their roles in the scope of the AutoMate product line; and the development tools used to create, modify, and manage them.

 

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Comments (5)

  1. 9/5/12 by Anonymous
    very nice intro to the software
  2. 1/18/13 by Anonymous
    Great example. I was able to follow along and complete the first task. Thanks!
  3. 6/2/15 by Anonymous
    Please advise, I have automated a module in Syspro, but the second step that presses the 'ok' button to start the module is not pressing that 'ok' button when the automation starts on the scheduled time, but all the processes run just fine when the automation is run manually.
  4. 6/2/15 by Leonard Amabile
    There is a performance difference between running a task from Task Builder and running a task from Task Administrator. Perhaps a delay needs to be added prior to the OK button appearing or use the Wait for Window step to wait for the window with the OK button.
  5. 10/5/15 by Anonymous
    looks like great software!
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