Runtime configurations are sourced from
xml files that enable robot
administrators to control various aspects of your robotic workforce's behavior, for
- Configuring general Pega Robotic Automation features.
- Enabling diagnostics and determining what type of diagnostic information to record.
- Defining logging categories and determining which events to record.
- Specifying general application settings, for example, what project should be loaded automatically when Pega Robot Runtime starts.
As various parts of your organization star to use robots differently, you can assign a specific Runtime configuration file to a department, work group, user, or robot. After you assign a Runtime configuration file, the file is immediately deployed when the Runtime system starts.
The mechanism of assigning customized Runtime configuration files to various entities in your organization facilitates troubleshooting. For example, you can enable debugging traces to understand issues with a single machine without requiring access to the machine or having to instruct the operator how to extract the troubleshooting information.
Learn more about the management of Runtime configuration files by reading the following articles: