As you probably know, web automation is the process of automating tasks on the web, such as filling out forms or extracting data.
UiPath offers a great way to run web automation processes in the background, so you can continue working on other tasks while the automation is running.
Here’s how to do it:
1. Open the Web Automation Process in UiPath Studio.
2. In the Process tab, select the Run in Background checkbox.
3. Click the Run button.
The automation will now run in the background, and you can continue working on other tasks.
Other related questions:
Can UiPath bot run in background?
Yes, UiPath bots can run in the background.
How do I create a process background in UiPath?
In the Control Panel, go to Administrative Tools > Task Scheduler.
On the Task Scheduler window, click on Action > Create Task.
In the Create Task window, go to the General tab and provide a name for your task.
Check the option for Run whether user is logged on or not.
In the Triggers tab, click on New.
In the New Trigger window, set the task to start At startup.
Click on the Actions tab and click on New.
In the New Action window, set the program/script path to the location of your UiPath process.
In the Arguments field, add the arguments for your process, if any.
Click on the Conditions tab and check the option for Start the task only if the computer is on AC power.
Click on the Settings tab and check the option for Allow task to be run on demand.
Click on the OK button to save the task.
What is the technical term of our server running in background?
The technical term for a server running in the background is “daemon.”
Is used for controlling unattended background program execution batch processing?
Batch files are used for controlling unattended background program execution.