I'm using UltraEdit and it appears the reason why is because there are NULLS in the space, but UltraEdit displays them as spaces, so until I looked at the HEX, it appeared they were spaces, but in reality they were NULLS.
I was hoping someone could just tell me how to use that Join Collections Object...I know there are other ways around it, but I was hoping to understand more about this object and what needs to be passed into it.
Has anyone ever used this (see screen shot)...I want to join two collections together, but I'm not sure how to fill out the inputs.
I have a collection with Record ID's and a second collection with Record ID's and I want to join them together. Collection 1 is single rows, but Collection 2 is...
This is a strange one...I have a Trim Function on all my fields of data that I'm stripping off a report, but one field doesn't seem to be removing my spaces?
Any idea why...please see attached screen shot.
So I have two remote servers that I'm working on with Blue Prism...one server works fine for launching Attachmate Extra! Mainframe application, but the other server using the same Object throws an error (see attached).
I've also attached the setup screen...and again I want to say that it works...
So in the Studio Design you can set the speed of the process when testing and debugging a process.
My question is if you set it to the fastest speed...is that the same speed it will run at in Production when I release it to run without intervention?
Because I'm trying to gauge...
How can I get the time difference between two times.
If I have a calculation that sets the start time and a calculation that sets the end time...how I can get how long it took to run?
Difference between the Start Time and the End Time?
It's supposed to be Attachmate Extra! Mainframe screen...but I can't seem to get the Mainframe wizard to work...so I figured it would just do it with Key Stokes.
Maybe I'll start another thread on how to setup a Mainframe Object for Attachmate Extra!
This seems like a silly question, but why does Blue Prism always start from the Main Page?
If I have a process that grabs a bunch of data and puts it into a Collection, and I want to work on that collection on a different page why can't I start my process from that page?
No instead I need to...
So I have a collection of Record ID's that I need to remove from another collection.
I want to loop through the Record ID's and then remove that Record ID from the other collection.
Loop Record ID's
Remove Row from Account Collection where Record ID = 1
Remove Row from Account...