Orchestrator – Quiz

2020-09-15Level 2 – Orchestrator Training,資格

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How are Robot Keys generated?

  • Robot Keys are automatically generated by each robot and can be found in the Robot Tray
  • Robot Keys come with the license
  • Orchestrator generates unique Robot Keys during the robot provisioning process
  • Robot Keys are generated via UiPath Studio

Can the parameters of the main workflow be inserted from the Orchestrator?

  • Yes
  • No

Is using the ‘Publish’ button in Studio the only way to upload a package to Orchestrator?

  • Yes, packages can only be published from Studio
  • No. Packages can also be published via the Packages page in Orchestrator

How can you see only the jobs that ran on attended robots?

  • By selecting “Agent” from the Source Filter in the Jobs menu.
  • By selecting “Attended“ from the Robot Filter in the Jobs menu.
  • By selecting “Unattended” jobs from the Robot Filter in the Jobs menu.

How can the processes in a schedule be assigned to the robots in a specific environment?

  • Processes can run on all the robots in an environment
  • Processes can run on specific robots in an environment, depending on the user’s choice
  • There is no way to assign scheduled processes to robots
  • Processes can be selected to run on specific robots from the robot tray in Windows

Which options and actions can be triggered on the Packages page?

  • View all published packages
  • Delete package versions
  • Link a package to a process
  • Add a new package manually

Which options can be used to end the execution of a running process?

  • Stop
  • Kill
  • Finish
  • End

What happens if a new job is triggered while the robot it is assigned to is executing a different process?

  • The new job is left in a ‘Pending’ state until the robot finishes executing the process. The new job is executed as soon as the robot becomes available
  • The system generates the following error message: “This robot is not available at the moment”
  • A pop-up suggests a list of available Robots to start the new job

What is the easiest way to manage the Items that were assigned to you for Review?

  • By using the Review Requests Menu
  • By going to the Transactions Menu and modifying each specific Queue.
  • You cannot assign reviewers to failed transaction items in UiPath.

Can we set up a reviewer for the Failed Transactions?

  • Yes
  • No

When does a process become available in the Robot Tray?

  • All the processes deployed in Orchestrator are available in the Robot Tray by default
  • When a job is created using the current Robot
  • When a package is deployed in the same environment that the Robot is part of
  • All the processes published from the local machine are available in the Robot Tray by default

Machine Templates only work for:

  • Active Directory users and Unattended Floating Robots
  • Orchestrator users and Attended Floating Robots
  • Active Directory users and Attended Floating Robots
  • Orchestrator users and Unattended Floating Robots

When should the Add Log Fields activity be used?

  • When the standard log message has to be customized by adding new fields to it
  • When logs need to be enabled
  • When a log message with a maximum number of five visible fields needs to be generated

How can a process be allocated to three different robots?

  • By deploying the process in the environment of the robots, which run it automatically
  • By creating a job and selecting all three robots
  • It is not possible to allocate a process to three different robots
  • By scheduling the process and adjusting the settings in the Execution Target tab accordingly

Which of the following data types can be stored as Assets?

  • Decimal
  • Integer
  • String
  • Credential
  • Boolean

Which command immediately terminates a running process?

  • Stop
  • Kill
  • Finish
  • End

Which activities can be used to retrieve information from an asset?

  • Get Credential
  • Get Transaction Item
  • Get Text
  • Get Asset
  • What is the purpose of the Queues section in Orchestrator?
  • To store lists of robots that process scheduled jobs in a certain order
  • To store lists of processes that are executed by multiple robots
  • To store lists of jobs that are executed by multiple robots
  • To store data that is processed by multiple robots

What is the purpose of the Queues section in Orchestrator?

  • To store lists of robots that process scheduled jobs in a certain order
  • To store lists of processes that are executed by multiple robots
  • To store lists of jobs that are executed by multiple robots
  • To store data that is processed by multiple robots

How can the processes in a schedule be assigned to the robots in a specific environment?

  • Processes can run on all the robots in an environment
  • Processes can run on specific robots in an environment, depending on the user’s choice
  • There is no way to assign scheduled processes to robots
  • Processes can be selected to run on specific robots from the robot tray in Windows

Which of the following Properties can be used as Filters for the Review Requests Menu?

  • Priority
  • Queue
  • Revision
  • Status

What happens if the status of a Transaction that is “In Progress” is not updated within 24 hours?

  • The transaction remains in the *Queues* section until a Robot processes it
  • Its status is changed to Abandoned
  • It is automatically removed from the *Queues* section
  • Its priority is increased by one level

Which of the steps below are required in order to establish a connection between a robot and Orchestrator?

  • Provisioning the Robot in Orchestrator
  • Configuring the Robot on the local machine using the Orchestrator URL and the Robot key
  • Making sure that the local machine on which the robot is running and the Orchestrator are part of the same LAN or VPN

Which command instructs a robot to gracefully terminate the running process?

  • Stop
  • Kill
  • Finish
  • End

Select only the specifications that are mandatory when deploying a process:

  • The robots on which the process is run
  • The package name
  • The package version
  • The environment

What are the statuses that can be set manually for the transactions that failed due to an application exception?

  • In Review
  • Retry
  • It’s not possible to set the status of any failed transaction manually
  • Verified

How can a process that has more package versions be updated?

  • Processes are updated automatically when new versions of the deployed packages are published.
  • By going to Processes, selecting the targeted process, clicking View Versions and selecting the desired option
  • The only option is to deploy a new process with the desired package version.

Where can the parameters be modified from in the Orchestrator?

  • Processes -> Parameters
  • Jobs -> Start Job -> Parameters
  • Robots -> Settings -> Parameters
  • Environments -> Parameters

Is it possible to check whether a Robot that is connected to Orchestrator is available or not in real time?

  • Yes, this is possible through the Heartbeat mechanism; the status of each robot is updated on the Robots page
  • This is only possible when attempting to run a Job

A Robot is executing a workflow that uses the “Log Message” activity with the ‘Info’ level. If the log level of the robot is set to ‘Error’, does the *Info* log appear on the Orchestrator Robots > Logs page?

  • Yes, all log messages are listed on the Orchestrator Robots > Logs page, regardless of their level.
  • No, only the log messages of type ‘Error’ and ‘Critical’ are displayed on the Orchestrator Robots > Logs page

Can the parameters from the Orchestrator overwrite the ones existing in the Main file of the process?

  • No
  • Yes

There are 3 robots in the “ABC" environment. How can the execution of a package be assigned to all 3 of them?

  • By adding all 3 robots and the package in the same environment
  • By navigating to the Processes page to pair the package with the intended environment, and then going to Jobs, selecting the intended/targeted process, and clicking Start
  • By running the job on each robot individually, using the package name
  • Packages cannot be run on all the robots in an environment

Assets can be:

  • Global
  • Per Environment
  • Per Robot
  • Per Machine

Which parameters need to be defined when creating a new environment?

  • Name
  • Type
  • Robots
  • Description

Where can you check whether a job was scheduled or manually started?

  • This information is not available
  • Go to the Jobs page and check the Source column
  • From ‘Job Details’

How can a job be initialized using Orchestrator?

  • Manually, from the Jobs page
  • At specific times, using Schedules
  • Jobs cannot be initialized in Orchestrator

What is the mandatory field required to complete when creating a new Machine Template?

  • Type
  • Environment
  • Name
  • Template Name

What is Orchestrator used for?

  • Running windows processes on the local machine
  • Remotely controlling any number of robots and performing workflow management
  • Designing workflows to be run by robots in a supervised mode
  • Designing workflows to be run by robots in an unsupervised mode

Is it possible to reprocess a transaction in a Queue after its failure due to an application exception?

  • No, transactions cannot be processed again if they fail
  • Yes, if the Auto-Retry property of the Queue is enabled
  • Only transactions that failed due to a business exception can be reprocessed
  • Yes, it can be retried manually on the Transactions page

Which Studio activity is linked with the Stop command in Orchestrator ?

  • The Should Stop activity
  • The Cancellation Scope activity
  • The Press Terminate activity
  • The Is Over activity

Can a standard robot be changed into a Floating Robot?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Yes, but only for unattended standard robots
  • Yes, but only for attended standard robots

The Schedule ‘stop after’ option refers to:

  • The amount of time until that specific Schedule becomes outdated
  • The amount of time until the scheduled process will be canceled/terminated
  • The Stop After option does not exist.

Which parameters are mandatory to be defined when creating a new environment?

  • Name
  • Type
  • Time
  • Subtitle

Select the charts included in the Orchestrator Dashboard:

  • Environments
  • Robots
  • Job results
  • Transactions

What filter types are available for Jobs?

  • State
  • Source
  • Interval
  • Robot

What is a transaction?

  • A job that was added to a Queue
  • A process that was added to a Queue
  • A set of arguments that was added to a Queue and has been processed by a robot
  • The execution of a proces

What happens if an active package version in Orchestrator is deleted?

  • That specific package version and all the processes using it are removed from Orchestrator
  • That specific package version will be removed from Orchestrator; all the processes which have been using it will automatically switch to the latest package version available
  • Active packages cannot be deleted

Can a Machine Template name be changed?

  • No
  • Yes, without any restriction.
  • Yes, only if there are Edit rights on Machines.
  • Yes, only if there are Edit rights on Robots.