- Designing long-running workflows
- Start Job And Get Reference
- Wait for Job and Resume
- Add Queue Item And Get Reference
- Wait For Queue Item And Resume
- Create Form Task
- Wait for Form Task and Resume
- Resume After Delay
- Assign Tasks
- Create External Task
- Wait For External Task and Resume
- Complete Task
- Forward Task
- Get Form Tasks
- Get Task Data
- Add Task Comment
- Update Task Labels
Designing long-running workflows
This chapter explores the capabilities of the Persistence and Intelligent.OCR package, enabling you to create effective long-running workflows for seamless collaboration between robots and humans through Action Center.
Long-running workflows, designed as Orchestration Processes, facilitate efficient interaction between automated tasks and human decision-making. They wait for human input and continue automation based on the received input.
The Persistence and Intelligent.OCR package helps to build robust and responsive long-running workflows. It allows efficient data storage and retrieval to preserve automation process states. Advanced OCR capabilities extract information from unstructured documents for informed decisions.