The Id of the parent queue.
The Id of the processing exception, if any.
Stores the actual processing exception, if any.
The reason the processing failed.
Stores additional details about the exception.
The processing exception type, if any.
A path on the robot running computer to an image file that stores relevant information about the exception - e.g. a system print screen.
A collection of key value pairs containing custom data configured in the Add Queue Item activity, in UiPath Studio.
A collection of key value pairs containing custom data resulted after successful processing.
A JSON representation of the output data generated by the item's processing.
The processing state of the item.
The review state of the item - applicable only for failed items.
The unique identifier of a queue item.
An optional, user-specified value for queue item identification.
The processing exception. If the item has not been processed or has been processed successfully it will be null.
The latest date and time at which the item should be processed. If empty the item can be processed at any given time.
Sets the processing importance for a given item.
The robot that has processed the item, if any.
The key is automatically generated from the server for the Robot machine.
<para />For the robot to work, the same key must exist on both the robot and Orchestrator.
<para />All robots on a machine must have the same license key in order to register correctly.
The name of the machine a Robot is hosted on.
A custom name for the robot.
The machine username. If the user is under a domain, you are required to also specify it in a DOMAIN\username format.
<para />Note: You must use short domain names, such as desktop\administrator and NOT desktop.local/administrator.
Used to add additional information about a robot in order to better identify it.
The Robot type.
The Windows password associated with the machine username.
The collection of environments the robot is part of.
The comma separated textual representation of environment names the robot is part of.
The earliest date and time at which the item is available for processing. If empty the item can be processed as soon as possible.
The date and time at which the item processing started. This is null if the item was not processed.
The date and time at which the item processing ended. This is null if the item was not processed.
The number of seconds that the last failed processing lasted.
The Id of an ancestor item connected to the current item.
The number of times this work item has been processed.
<para />This can be higher than 0 only if MaxRetried number is set and the item processing failed at least once with ApplicationException.
A JSON representation of the specific content.
The date and time when the item was created.
String field which is used to keep track of the business flow progress.
Identifier used for optimistic concurrency, so Orchestrator can figure whether data is out of date or not.