Blue Prism Interview Questions and Answers Set 6

51. Environment variable ?

Ans:This variable is available to all business objects and process. this is only read only.

52. Is it possible to pause work queue temporarily ?

yes, from queue management

53. What is the purpose of the queue ?

A queue is used by a process to manage a work load.

54. Benefits of process information page ?

  • can publish the process to control room.
  • can enable/disable stage logging.

55. What all are the exception handling strategies in BP ?

  • How exceptions has to be handled in BP
  • Like exception bubbling or parent/child handling system.
  • Business object (minimal exception handling) –> Component (exception handling/retry logic) –>sub page (exception handling/retry logic) –>Process main page (final exception handling)

56. What hardware infrastructure do I need to run Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation Platform?

Blue Prism has been designed for flexibility and to meet the most robust IT standards for IT operational integrity, security and supportability. The software can be deployed either as a front office or back office process, running quite happily on a standard desktop in the front office or on any scale of systems for back office processing.

57. What is process Studio?

A Blue Prism Process is created as a diagram that looks much like a common business flow diagram.
Processes are created in an area of Blue Prism named Process Studio which, as we will see, looks similar to other process modeling applications (such MS Visio) and uses standard flow diagram symbols and notation.

58. Is Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation Plaftorm secure and auditable?

  • Security and auditability are built into the Blue Prism robotic automation platform at several levels. The runtime environment is completely separate to the process editing environment.
  • Permissions to design, create, edit and run processes and business objects are specific to each authorised user.
    A full audit trail of changes to any process is kept, and comparisons of the before and after effect of changes are provided.
  • The log created at run-time for each process provides a detailed, time-stamped history of every action and decision taken within an automated process.
  • Our clients tend to find that running a process with Blue Prism gives them a lot more control than a manual process, and from a compliance point of view assures that processes are run consistently, in line with the process definition.

59. Why Blue Prism?

Automation process can be designed within IT Governance Supports both internal and external Encryption/Decryption Keys Provides Audit Logs enabling
High level Robustness because of .NET customized code within the process automation (Tool is capable of doing all the activities whatever can be done using .NET)

60. Can you explain Blue Prism Lifecycle?

The blue prism life cycle is mainly divided into 3 phases.

Phase 1: The developer and tester are working with each other so that they can prove that the solution verifies the PDD.
Phase 2: Here you will get a repetition of Phase 1 but in process studio, tests are executed in live data testing more often.
Phase 3: This phase has certain steps:

  • For the final test of acceptance, the process solution is installed with a test environment.
    Most importantly in the test, the solution could manage the increase of performance, environmental, and any remaining defects issues.
  • The process runs in the control room of Blue Prism.
  • Acceptance criteria must publish the sign off after meeting a full test report. Once it is done, now process can be executed in the production.