Blue Prism is one of the RPA tool. Which used to automate business applications. like windows applications, web applications, Java applications and mainframe applications. creating flowcharts using flowchart elements called stages in a blue prism. and create business objects that interact with external business. applications mean target application to automated.
2) Blue Prism Modules?
Blue Prism has six different modules that can be accessed from the tabs on the top or navigation bar of the left. Home: Home is the first module that available when we signed into a blue prism. it shows the default dashboard that created on dashboard module by the developer.
Studio: Studio is the place where we create process automation. By drawing flowcharts and creating business objects. that interact with the Business applications. The studio has two sub-modules a) Process studio, b) Object studio.
Control Room: This is the place where we run and schedule the processes. Manage queues, sessions and allocating the resources. which are the computers that are running blue prism?
Dashboard: This is the place where we create the dashboard with blocks of graphs. charts called tiles they generated from different datasets. These tiles are self-refreshing and customization.
Release Manager: In release manager tab we can create packages and release files. we can move the code between various environments like development, testing, and production.
System Manager: This module provides sys admin functionalities. like user account management setting up environment variables, storing and managing credential, manage audit logs .....
3) What is process studio in Blue prism?
An area of the blue prism where we can create our blue prism process I called process studio.
4) What is a process?
a) A blue prism process created a diagram that looks like a business flow diagram. (or)
Blue prism process nothing. But a computer program that created a diagram in the graphical representation.
5) What is object studio in Blue Prism?
An area of the blue prism where we can create the business object called Object studio.
6) What is Object?
An object is an interface between Process and external business application. Object grabs
7) Differences between Process studio and Object studio?
a) In process studio, we can create process. But in object studio, we can create a business object.
b) Process studio having the main page as a default page. But in object studio we have two default pages those are “initialize” and Clean Up” pages.
c) In process studio, the pages arranged in a hierarchy. But in object studio pages arranged in flat group means in a series format.
d) Process studio doesn’t have some stages that are available in object studio. Those stages are navigate, read, write, code and wait for stages