Examples of building bots Use these example tasks to become familiar with the features and learn to build bots in Automation 360. Example of entering data into a web form from a worksheetIn this example, you build a bot to enter multiple rows of data from an XLSX sheet into a web form. Use actions from the Excel advanced, Loop, and Recorder packages.Example of passing a value between botsLearn how to pass a value from one TaskBot to another by using a dictionary variable.Example of using a conditional statementIn this example, you build a bot that prints a message based on whether a cell has a value or is empty. Use the actions from the Excel basic or Excel advanced, If, and Message Box packages.Example of using Python script to join a listBuild a bot that uses a Python function to print the message Go Be Great!, the Automation Anywhere version of Hello World. In this example, the bot combines a list of string values and prints them to a message box. Example of using the DLL packageBuild a very simple DLL that will generate a message. Create a bot to run the DLL.Example of transferring data from CSV file to Excel worksheetIn this example, you build a bot to update the product inventory in an Excel worksheet with new product names from a CSV file. Use actions from the CSV/TXT, Excel advanced, IF/ELSE, and Loop packages. Run TaskBot to merge Excel sheetsDownload and run sample TaskBot from the Bot Store to merge two spreadsheets. Example of migrating data from Excel to a databaseIn this example, you build a bot to transfer values from an Excel spreadsheet to a database using actions from the Database, Excel advanced, and Loop packages. Example of using the Run actionThe Run action from the TaskBot package enables you to run and pass values to one or more child bots. In this example, you use the Run action to pass two values from a parent bot to the child bot; the child bot adds the values and passes the sum back to the parent bot. Example of using the SOAP web service actionUse the SOAP web service action to pass two numeric values and return the sum from an online calculator application.Example of using the VBScript package in a resilient botBuild a bot that executes a Microsoft Visual Basic script. Use the Try/Catch package to gracefully end the bot if it fails, making it resilient to crashes. A resilient bot allows scheduled and queued bots to continue even if the current bot encounters an error.Build a Bot Insight dashboard botIn this example, you build a bot that retrieves data from a website to create visualizations in Bot Insight.