Human-Bot Collaboration Version 11.3.4 Release Notes
Review the new features and known limitations in the Human-Bot CollaborationVersion 11.3.4 release.
The Human-Bot Collaboration feature in the Automation Anywhere platform enables real-time interaction between users and TaskBots.
- Improved efficiency and productivity
- Ability to measure and manage team performance, organizational metrics, and productivity goals
|Desktop-based intuitive experience that interacts with Automation Anywhere Enterprise 11.x platform
Business users can automate simple-to-complex front-office and back-office processes with an easy-to-use interface, enterprise-grade governance, analytics and dashboards, and audit logs. Developers can seamlessly integrate this feature into any automation (or TaskBots) to deliver security, governance, and control on a scalable infrastructure for IT managers.
|Centralized deployment of the Server
The Human-Bot Collaboration Server acts as a single point of access and control to execute Human-Bot Collaboration features. All the triggers are managed by the Human-Bot Collaboration Server.
|Support for MetaBot commands
Human-Bot Collaboration supports the following MetaBot commands:
|Screenshot control not supported on certain versions of Internet Explorer
The screenshot control of a form is not supported on Internet Explorer version 11.0.160 for the following operating systems:
|Installing Human-Bot Collaboration Server or clients through
scripts not available
Using scripts (silent installation) to install the Human-Bot Collaboration Server or clients is currently not available.
|Modify option uninstalls any previously
Using the Modify option in the Human-Bot Collaboration Clients.exe file uninstalls any previously installed components- Assistant, Designer, or Launcher.
|Remove option in the client installer
deletes other components
Using the Remove option in the client installer deletes the other components without any warning message.
|Human-Bot Collaboration Server installer does not support database
Workaround: If you have to install the Human-Bot Collaboration Server on the same machine, you must delete the existing Human-Bot Collaboration databases from your Microsoft SQL Server instance before proceeding with the installation.
|Starting services from the Human-Bot Collaboration Server might
cause the security service to stop
Workaround: You can restart the services in the Server Manager application.
|Human-Bot Collaboration Server and IQ Bot cannot be
installed on the same machine
The Human-Bot Collaboration Server cannot be installed on a server on which IQ Bot is installed.
|Windows authentication with a remote Microsoft SQL Server not supported
Human-Bot Collaboration services cannot be started from a remote Microsoft SQL Server because Windows authentication is not supported.
|Custom configurations for HTTPS, SSL, and TLS are not
Workaround: If you want to configure SSL in testing mode, use the following instruction (it is not recommended for production environment):
Note: You can find the appsettings.json file in the following location: C:\ProgramData\AutomationAnywhere\Human-Bot Collaboration\Server
|Administration pages of the Designer displays a maximum of 50
The Administration pages of the Human-Bot Collaboration Designer can only display a maximum of 50 rows at a time.
|Some of the MetaBot commands are not
The following MetaBot commands are currently not supported:
|Human-Bot Collaboration clients (Designer, Launcher, Assistant)
fail to connect due to a certificate validation issue when TLS
is enabled on the Human-Bot Collaboration
Workaround: Disable the certificate validation to connect over TLS.
Warning: Disabling certificate validation leaves the system vulnerable to man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks.