Runtime Configuration

The Runtime Configuration enforces limitations on e.g. total robot execution time.

Properties

The Runtime Configuration can be configured using the following properties:

Bypass Refind Object:
This property specifies whether the Refind Object action should be bypassed. If this property is set, then the Refind Object action is bypassed, that is, ignored.
Max. Execution Time:
This property sets an upper limit on the total robot execution time. If the robot does not complete within this time limit, then an error message is generated and the robot is stopped. The property value is specified in seconds.
Max. Time Between Object Extractions:
This property sets an upper limit on the time between object extractions. If the robot has not extracted an object within this time limit, then an error message is generated and the robot is stopped. The property value is specified in seconds.
Min. Object Extractions Limit:
This property sets a lower limit on the number of object extractions. If the robot extracts less objects than indicated by this property, then an error message is generated.
Max. Object Extractions Limit:
This property sets an upper limit on the number of object extractions. If the robot extracts more objects than indicated by this property, then an error message is generated or the robot is stopped.
Stop at Max. Extractions Limit:
Should the robot be stopped when upper limit of object extractions is reached or should we only generate an error message.
Max. JavaScript Instructions:
The maximum number of JavaScripts instruction the robot is allowed to execute. If the limit is reached the robot is stopped.
Max. Http Requests:
The maximum number of Http requests the robot is allowed to load. If the limit is reached the robot is stopped.
Max. Sent Emails:
The maximum number of emails the robot is allowed to send. If the limit is reached the robot is stopped.
Max. Loaded Bytes:
The maximum number of bytes the robot is allowed to load. If the limit is reached the robot is stopped.
Max. Executed Steps:
The maximum number of steps the robot is allowed to execute. If the limit is reached the robot is stopped.