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Login automations

Updated on October 19, 2022

In most cases, Pega Robot Studio automatically detects the steps for logging into an application. To improve the security of your solution, you can add these login steps to a new automation, ignore them, or delete them.

When you record a login process, Robot Studio detects and groups the login steps. You can then use the Actions menu to decide how to handle the login steps in your automation.

The following figure shows the Actions menu for a typical login sequence:

Login Actions menu
Recording assistant showing a login process and the Actions menu of options.

The following table describes the options of the Actions menu for a login sequence:

OptionDescription
Move to new automationIf you move the login steps to a new automation, you can name the automation. The primary automation will call the login automation. You can then continue recording the primary automation.
IgnoreIgnore the login steps to skip over the login when you run or test the automation.
DeleteDelete the login steps to not include them in your automation. You would have to enter credentials when testing the automation.

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