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SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation 2.0​ What’s new 2102 ​-Upcoming Release

Hello community,

In this blog post you will discover all the new features that will be added and improved in the upcoming release. Please note that the content of the documentation is subject to change without notice.

First, learn about all the new Cloud Components including the new Variable console, introduction to Business Events Alerts as well as Package Import/Export feature and many other cloud functionalities and improvements. Secondly, a new Public Store landing page had been designed for better accessibility.

And finally, discover the On-premise improvements on our Desktop Agent to enhance performance.

In our Cloud Studio, you can easily build automations with a low-code/no-code approach. To further enhance this capabilities we’ve done the following…

In our Public Store page, you can easily find published packages and acquire them on your landscapes. To ensure better accessibility and easily find content in our Store, we’ve done the following …

Use your Desktop Agent to run bots in debug and production modes. To enhance our performance, we’ve shorten the loading time to debug Cloud Studio automations

I hope you’ve got all information about this new release. Feel free to contact us for any feedbacks and requests.

Stay tuned, the release of this version will happen very soon !


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      Author's profile photo Lars Heppner
      Lars Heppner

      Hi Rosa,

      Thanks for the detailed explanation including screenshots. In comparison to the What's New tab in the help center it is much easier to understand the changes made.

      I would highly appreciate posting these information for future changes.

      Kind regards,

      Lars