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Component design blocks

Updated on October 19, 2022

Pega Robot Studio includes custom components you can use to build automaitons. You can add a component to your automations from the Palette.

Components differ based on the type of component. The following table lists the categories of components and examples:

Component types

Component typeExample
Advanced utilitiesWaitAll, WaitAny, FileSystemWatcher, MessageDialog
Data handling tablesLookupTable, TableView
ConnectorsMicrosoftExcel, MicrosoftWord, MicrosoftOutlook
ComparisonGreaterThan, EqualTo
ExpressionBooleanExpression, NumericExpression
DataOracleQuery, SQLQuery

Certain components have properties, methods, and events associated with them. These components display as the selected values: if you select Properties in the Select action dialog box, the design block displays as a P for Properties. Other components display a gear icon to indicate a component, as shown in the following figure:

Component design block
An example of a component design block with features and values highlighted.

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