Robolytix is the key online analytic and monitoring tool for Robotic Process Automation using Sonar technology to evaluate, audit, monitor and improve performance of robots operating on any application or RPA platform. This tutorial will guide you to analyze you processes in Integromat.
Integromat is an online tool for connecting applications and workflow automation. You can use it for automation of your daily task by connecting various services together.
To use Robolytix with Integromat, it is necessary to have a Robolytix account.
If you do not have one, you can create the account at Robolytix.com and make basic settings using the onboarding wizard.
To connect your Robolytix account to Integromat, follow the general instructions for Connecting to services. When creating a connection, you are asked to provide an API key. To get your key, log in to your Robolytix account and generate them in settings menu:
Connect Robolytix to Integromat (1:08 min.)
Process monitoring is performing by using Sonar checkpoints. The Sonars are at the beginning of the process, the end(s) of the process, and any other points in the process between start and end(s).
The Sonar Technology allows you to place Sonars in any process, including hybrid solutions, processes that use a variety of tools and applications, including possible interaction with people.
Sonars can be located in the Integromat process, but also in parts of the process outside of Integromat. So you can watch the whole process online, not just the robotic part.
Robolytix collects real-time data from all Sonars (including those outside Integromat) and represents them as KPIs in dashboards.
Each Sonar embedded in the process contains the following settings:
Insert Robolytix Sonars to Integromat (2:27 min.)
The process run begins with its start, which is the first pass of “start” Sonar this process. It continues through “continuous” sonars to “end” Sonar(s). For advanced reporting, we recommend identifying each separate run process by a unique identifier.
The unique identifier must be a variable generated by “start” Sonar and passed to all other Sonars in the process.
If the process starts in Integromat, we recommend using the “runid” variable of the starting sonar. Use the following trick to do this:
While editing the scenario, run this scenario to pass Sonar "start” successfully, whereby Integromat creates the “runid” variable for this scenario. Then edit all remaining sonars in the process. The “runid” variable that you add as a unique identifier is available in their settings.
Process run idenfification in Integromat (2:12 min.)
If your hybrid process continues with sonars in other tools and applications outside of Integromat, you need to ensure that this variable is transmitting.
If run identification is not set, Robolytix stores the total number of Sonar passes. There are no extended outputs about the time course of such a process. However, in some cases, this is entirely sufficient. Therefore, run identification is an optional setting.
After proper process execution go to Robolytix platform and check process statistics. It is possible to show all recent messages sent to specified process. Go to Settings -> Processes menu and select list of process messages.
When you have any problems with implementation look at the Robolytix Demo task. There is also Robolytix Support Forum for following questions.