Reply posted on July 26, 2019 by Lochan_DVMod
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Does this documentation help you? It lists the following: For information about Pega Robot Manager, see the following topics: Upgrading to Pega Robot Manager 8.2 Configuring Pega Robot Manager 8.2 Configuring authentication for Pega Robot Manager 8.2...
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I cannot do that per our requirements, we have to save the file as is after making the changes, do you think it could be related to 32 bit version issue?
Hello, Please go to the Records->Organization->Operator Id. Search for the robot name and delete the record. The robot will automatically get deleted in Robot manager Regards,
I would create partial screen whose parent is the screen. The partial screen would cover an entire row. I would then create a region inside the partial screen which would cover the entire row as well. You could then iterate through the partial screens...
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