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Human-Bot Collaboration Server

  • Updated: 7/15/2020
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Human-Bot Collaboration Server

The Human-Bot Collaboration Server enables centralized management of its clients--Assistant, Designer, and Launcher.

In the data center, Human-Bot Collaboration is installed on a server and configured to interact with the other data center components. The Human-Bot Collaboration Server can be installed on the same server on which the Control Room is installed.

Important: The Human-Bot Collaboration Server cannot be installed on a machine (server-level) with IQ Bot.

The Human-Bot Collaboration Server includes services with the following functions:

  • Human-Bot Collaboration authentication and authorization
  • Human-Bot Collaboration messaging
  • Human-Bot Collaboration queuing
  • Human-Bot Collaboration data storage
  • Human-Bot Collaboration configuration and execution

The required data center components of the Human-Bot Collaboration Server include a Microsoft SQL Server with a Human-Bot Collaboration database.

Human-Bot Collaboration components

  • The Human-Bot Collaboration Server acts as the single point of access and control for executing Human-Bot Collaboration features.
  • The Launcher, Assistant, and Designer are connected to the Human-Bot Collaboration Server before they can be used.
  • Launcher can only execute Human-Bot Collaboration forms (.atmf) and task lists (.atmt) that are associated with a Human-Bot Collaboration Server and a TaskBot (.atmx).
  • All forms and task lists are first published to the Human-Bot Collaboration Server from the Designer.
  • Every single Human-Bot Collaboration activity is authenticated against the Human-Bot Collaboration Server.
  • The Human-Bot Collaboration Server is responsible for publication and delivery of forms and task lists. Built-in version control features facilitate seamless collaboration for end-to-end business process automation by multiple users.
  • All the triggers are managed by the Human-Bot Collaboration Server.
  • Forms and TaskBots are deployed on the Launcher machine for execution by the Enterprise Client (Bot Runner).
  • All historical activity data is stored in the Human-Bot Collaboration Server audit logs.

Centralized access control

  • Least privilege and access control user access are implemented in the Human-Bot Collaboration Server role-based access control (RBAC).
  • All users are created and assigned roles from the Human-Bot Collaboration Designer.
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