Last Updated: Mar 8, 2023
After designing the task, you can execute tasks from two places.
During execution, the color of the nodes changes to indicate the execution state of that node.
|Execution State||Color of the Node||Indication||Example|
|Neutral||Grey||Node is currently at rest|
|Success||Green||Node executed successfully|
|Partial Success||Pear Green||Node has one or more skipped iterations|
|In Progress||Blue||Node is currently being executed|
|Continue on Failure||Amber||Execution of this node failed and Continue on Failure is enabled for this node|
|Failure||Red||Execution of this node failed|
During the execution of Tasks with multiple nodes, you can make modifications in any node and resume execution from that node.
After the execution completes, click the icon adjacent to the node to check the execution result of the respective node.
Input: Displays the variables from the preceding node that are mapped to the current node.
Output: Displays the execution status and the values of the output variables in the current node that can be mapped to the succeeding nodes.
Run Info: Displays the information of the current node such as Run ID, Configuration, Machine details, Cluster details, time taken for the task to execute, etc.
Step Data: Displays the complete details of the steps designed inside the node, the status of each step, and the values stored in the variables. This is applicable only for specific nodes, for example, UI nodes.
Formatted Output: Displays if any output variable is in the table format.
The Iterations are listed in the left panel. You can select the iteration for which you want to view the results.
The other mode of execution is Execution Mode. You can run the tasks from the Run Tasks page on the cluster assigned in the node configuration. The tasks run in the Execution Bot and the execution results can be viewed from the Execution History page.
Click the icon in the Tasks page to navigate to the Run Tasks page.
All the tasks in the HyperApp are listed here with Task ID, Title, Type, Assigned To, Priority, and Version.
You can execute a single task or a group of tasks.
A unique Run ID is generated for each run of the task.
You can run two or more tasks together using the Bulk Run option.
Each task in the Bulk Run has a unique Run ID.
To view the details of execution, navigate to the Execution History page.
Ensure that the number of Tasks running must be proportional to the number of bots available.