I am working with Power Automate Desktop for more than a year now. Over that time I faced a lot of weird errors that were occurring somewhere between cloud flows I used to trigger RPA and the bots themselves. Let me help you understand where are they coming from and how to resolve them (or create workaround).
When you build RPA to handle processes in SAP, it is a good practice to check what status bar displays every time bot confirms data inserted on a screen or tries to navigate away from it. Just to be sure, there is no warning or error message, that should be handled by a bot.
This post is totally focused on description of the Dataverse structure that is used to store details about runs of all Power Automate Desktop ui flows. Or as called today: desktop flows and cloud flows built using Power Automate platform.
Not so long ago I wrote a post where I was describing how to integrate WinAutomation with UI flows (here). It didn’t take much time for Microsoft to release a dedicated connector, that does the same thing, but well… Is much easier to use!
In my previous post First steps to start using WinAutomation with UI flows I have guided you through installation and troubleshooting of WinAutomation. However, since this tool became a part of the Microsoft’s RPA landscape, the important question is: how to integrate it with UI flows and existing Power Automate processes? Let me show you my approach.