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AARI Integrations and AARI Extensions

  • 已更新:2022/11/29
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • 組建
    • AARI

AARI Integrations and AARI Extensions

Compare the two delivery methods of Embedded Automation to decide on the right component for your business needs.

AARI is a platform for automation to assist business users with common workflows. Users can continue to automate using AARI in their favorite web applications and CRM platforms, such as the ServiceNow service portal. When you use AARI Integrations to set up your iFrame widget, you can now access AARI through an embedded widget in your web application and deploy automations, all without the need to leave your environment.

Comparing Embedded Automation components

As you explore AARI Integrations and AARI Extensions, they might seem very similar. They are both solutions that provide your environment with an iFrame widget interface powered by AARI. The iFrame widget hosts automations from AARI on the web, offering the same power of automating with Automation 360.

Either AARI Integrations or AARI Extensions can deliver Embedded Automation. However, depending on where you aim to embed, one component might better suit your needs over the other.

Simply put, the decision to embed a widget in your environment relies on choosing one of the following.
  • Integration: Add an iFrame to the source code of your web application.
  • Extension: Develop custom bricks that are coded into your browser through an extension.
Consider technical specifications and styles of these components.

AARI Integrations

AARI Integrations embeds in web applications as an iFrame widget offering end-users access to automated processes and bots without leaving their environment.

Consider the following prerequisites for using AARI Integrations:
  • Automation 360 v.26 or later.
  • Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge Chromium, or Apple Safari web browsers. See Browser requirements for RPA Workspace.
  • AARI licenses and fluency.
  • AARI web interface.
  • Web application that supports the iFrame widget.
For further details on how to start using AARI Integrations, click the image to navigate to the overview topic:
Image example of AARI Integrations widget.

AARI Extensions

AARI Extensions relies on a Chrome extension of your web browser to embed automations. The widget appears outside the application as an Automation Anywhere stylized panel, as in the following image.

Consider the following prerequisites for using AARI Extensions:
  • Automation 360 v.26 or later.
  • Google Chrome web browser.
  • AARI licenses and fluency.
  • OAuth 2.0 Control Room configuration for server validation.
For further details on how to start using AARI Extensions, click the image to navigate to the overview topic:
Image example of extension widget.
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