Looks for jobs that match your input. You can search according to process, Robot, and environment.
Enables you to filter the page according to the job state. The following options are available:
Enables you to filter the page according to the source of the job execution. The following options are available:
- Time Trigger
- Queue Trigger
Enables you to filter the page according to the time of the job execution. The following options are available:
- Last hour
- Last day (default)
- Last week
- Last 30 days
Reset to defaults
This button is displayed only if you made changes to any of the filters described above, and enables you to return to the default settings.
Please note that this button also resets the number of items displayed per page.
Opens the Start Job window, so that you can define the processes to be executed and their assigned Robots.
The names of the processes that were executed.
The name of the Robot that executed or is to execute the corresponding process. If the Dynamic Allocation option was used, and the Robot hasn't been assigned yet, Pending Allocation is displayed.
The name of the environment a given process is associated with.
Note: Only displayed in classic folders.
The state in which a job is. The following options are available: Pending, Running, Stopping, Terminating, Faulted, Successful, Stopped. To view more information, see the Job States page. You can also filter the Jobs page according to one of these states.
The amount of time passed since the job has started executing. Hovering over this field displays the exact time and date.
The amount of time passed since the job has finished executing. Hovering over this displays the exact time and date.
Indicates if a job was started manually from the Jobs page, through a time or queue trigger, or from an Attended Robot. If the job was started by a trigger, then its name is displayed in this column. If the job was started by an Attended Robot, Agent is displayed in this column.
Displays a menu that has the following options:
- Details - displays more information about a job. These details can be useful when trying to figure out the reason a job was faulted.
- View Logs - displays the logs generated by the indicated job, on the Logs page.
- Download Recording - enables you to download the execution media for your unattended faulted jobs. Each download action is tracked on the Audit page. More details here.
- Stop - enables you to stop an executing or pending job. For more information, see the Stopping a Job page.
- Kill - enables you to forcefully stop an executing or pending job. For more information, see the Killing a Job page.
- Resume - enables you to restart a paused job, if enables. See here for details.
- Restart - enables you to restart the selected job. See here for details.
Only available in classic folders. In modern folders, jobs may only be executed from the Robot tray.
Displays a list of all the available processes and enables you to select the one that you want to be executed.
Displays all the Robots in the environment assigned to the selected process, and enables you to manually select the ones to execute it.
Additional options are displayed:
Search - Looks for the Robots that match your input. You can search according to the Robot name and machine.
Status Filter - Enables you to filter the page according to the Robot state. The following options are available:
- Available - the Robot is not running a process and is free to be used;
- Busy - the Robot is running a process;
- Disconnected - the UiPath Robot service is not running;
- Unresponsive - the Robot and Orchestrator have not communicated in the last two minutes.
Robot - The name of each Robot in the environment assigned to the selected process.
Machine - The name of the machine where each Robot is hosted.
Status - The status of each Robot in the environment assigned to the selected process.
Displays a field in which you can specify how many times the selected process is to be executed. As soon as a Robot from the specified environment becomes available, it executes it.
Starts the execution of the selected process by the selected Robot(s). This button is available only if a process and at least one Robot are selected.
Closes the Start Job window without saving your settings.
The name and type of an argument that was set at design time, in Studio.
Enables you to view and edit the value of input parameters.
The value of an input parameter can be marked as follows:
- No value - No value was provided for the parameter, at package or process level.
- Inherited from package - The value was provided by default in Studio.
- Inherited from process - The value was provided at process level (in the View Process window).
If no In or In/Out arguments have been defined in Studio, the following message is displayed: Input parameters are not defined for this version.
The full name of the package that was executed in this job.
The name of the environment associated with the package that was executed in this job.
The name of the Robot that executed this job.
Details about the job.
The exact time and date at which the job was started.
The exact time and date at which the job was finished.
Displays the values of input parameters, if available. Please note that values for parameters are displayed here only if they were provided in Orchestrator.
Displays the values of output parameters, if available.
Displays whether the recording functionality has been enabled or not.
Only displayed for long-running, suspended jobs. Contains information on all the triggers needed for job resumption. Each entry can be further expanded to display additional information on each trigger, such as the entity ID, name, priority, and creation time.
The status of the trigger.
The type of triggered required such that the suspended job gets resumed. The following options are available:
- Task - A task needs to be completed.
- Queue Item - A queue item needs to be processed.
- External Trigger - An external condition needs to be met, such as an additional job.
- Time Delay - A time delay needs to pass.
StatusMessage as defined in the corresponding activity in Studio.
Updated about a month ago