taskt | formely sharpRPA ) is free and open-source robotic process | Automation library

 by   saucepleez C# Version: v3.5.0.0 License: No License

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kandi X-RAY | taskt Summary

taskt is a C# library typically used in Automation applications. taskt has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

taskt (formerly sharpRPA) is the first truly free, easy to use, and open-source process automation client built on the .NET Framework in C#. taskt allows you to build and design process automation without needing to write application code. taskt allows you to automate the boring stuff and create efficienies by giving you the power to craft a digital workforce that executes and performs rule-based automation. No API? No Problem! Included is a "what you see is what you get" bot designer with dozens of automation commands. An element recorder and screen recorder is also included that can record and replay scripted automation. taskt works by allowing a bot developer to design a bot configuration known as a script. The bot configuration is then intepreted by a script engine at run-time and executes against the bot developer's selected parameter inputs. Each command contains the definitions for the required inputs as well as the required logic at run-time. Please check out the Wiki for basic documenation surrounding the application and the available commands.

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              taskt has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 826 star(s) with 313 fork(s). There are 65 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 40 open issues and 175 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 88 days. There are 7 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of taskt is v3.5.0.0

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              taskt has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              taskt has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              taskt code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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              Without a license, all rights are reserved, and you cannot use the library in your applications.

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              taskt releases are available to install and integrate.
              taskt saves you 8423 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
              It has 17293 lines of code, 0 functions and 349 files.
              It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Community Discussions


            I would like to run an async method synchronously when the async function causes a dialog to show on the UI?
            Asked 2022-Jan-15 at 04:07

            In my Xamarin.Forms application, I have some code that looks like this



            Answered 2022-Jan-14 at 16:42

            An option is to use SemaphoreSlim in your unfocus event and your command event to make the command event wait until the unfocus event is complete.

            When a part of your code enters the semaphore (using Wait or WaitAsync), it will block other parts of your code that try to enter the semaphore until the semaphore is released.

            Here's an example of what that could look like:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70705268


            ValueNotifier#97fe7(go to the gym)
            Asked 2021-Jun-17 at 18:43

            Hi everyone : the problem is simple but i just cant find the solution

            here is my code :



            Answered 2021-Jun-17 at 18:43

            Your are using ValueNotifier. Use ValueNotifier.value , newTaskTitle.value in your case to get the String value. code:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68024236


            Rouge Task in 3rd party library hanging the main thread and causing strange behaviour. How can I detect the hang and retry safely? C#
            Asked 2021-Mar-15 at 16:03

            I am working in a C# console application with a 3rd party library and awaiting a Task that the 3rd party library is running. I've used Async await "all the way down". The full details of the issue I'm having are here but that's quite a long post so I'd like to simplify the problem here and try to abstract it from the details.

            Essentially (very simplified) the code is the following:



            Answered 2021-Mar-15 at 16:03

            How can I detect the hang and retry safely?

            There's only one answer to this: run that code in a separate process. You can redirect stdin/stdout to act as a "command/response" channel, and if it ever takes too long to respond, kill the entire process and restart it. This is fairly heavyweight, but it's the only way to properly cancel uncancelable code.

            The reason a separate process is necessary is because your code needs to clean up everything that API was doing, and in the case of a hung API, the only way to do that is to have the OS step in and do cleanup. This is particularly the case where an API likely has some kind of exclusive lock on a hardware resource.

            The problem with CancelAfterAsync is that it only cancels the waiting of the task. The Camera.Capture method is still in progress, potentially holding any hardware resources open, presumably indefinitely. So even if you get that working, there's no guarantee that starting a second Camera.Capture will work at all. It's much cleaner to have Camera.Capture in a separate process, kill that process (having the OS come in and clean up everything including handles to hardware resources), and then restart it.

            It's hanging when returning from CaptureRawData, so it's possible that it's hanging while disposing one of the usings.

            That is very likely. Since there is already a Camera.Capture running (and hung), it's possible that the disposal is waiting to access the hardware resource that is indefinitely in use. Again, this should be fixed by using a separate process, since the OS will step in and force those handles closed when the process is killed.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66627394


            How to combine TaskT with the monad instance of Trampoline to get stackless async computations?
            Asked 2020-Dec-14 at 19:02

            Trampoline is a monad and adds stack-safety to a monad transformer stack. It achieves this by relying on a special interpreter (monadRec), which is fed with the result of a monadic computation (actually it is a specialized version of the free monad pattern). For this reason the Trampoline monad must be the outermost monad, that is the base monad of the transformer stack.

            In the following setting TaskT (which is essentially Cont with sharing) is the monad transformer and Trampoline the base monad:



            Answered 2020-Dec-14 at 05:10

            There are several issues in this code snippet.

            Issue #1: There is no monad transformer for IO (i.e. Task)

            It's well known that there is no monad transformer for IO.[1] Your TaskT type is modeled after ContT, and ContT is indeed a monad transformer. However, you're using TaskT to perform asynchronous computations such as setTimeout, which is where the problem arises.

            Consider the definition of TaskT, which is similar to ContT.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65267329


            Why in one case GetAwaiter() block my application and in another application is not blocked?
            Asked 2020-Dec-10 at 16:57

            I have 2 projects, both use Net 5, entity framework Net 5 and async. The unique difference is that the project that is blocked use Sql Server and the other use Sqlite. But I guess the database is not the reason.

            Porject 1, that is blocked:



            Answered 2020-Dec-10 at 16:57

            OK, figured out. The deadlock is becuase of SynchronizationContext and it's capturing as stated many times in comments to your question. Usually solution is either use await all the way up, or ConfigureAwait(false), which you doing. BUT!

            As stated here (section The Blocking Hack): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/archive/msdn-magazine/2015/july/async-programming-brownfield-async-development

            If somewhere down the line Microsoft/EF uses conversion from old event-based async pattern then ConfigureAwait(false) will have no effect, cause context will be already captured anyway.

            And turns out they do such conversion, here is the source of SqlCommand for SqlServer:


            Look there for line 2996.

            Now why SqlLite is working fine - because SqlLite doesn't not support async I/O, so all asyncs for SqlLite are fake, you could clearly see it in source of SqliteCommand:


            Line 406.

            And explanation for "fake" is here - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/standard/data/sqlite/async

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65237359


            C# Async when also needing support for synchronous call
            Asked 2020-Jun-10 at 03:18

            I'm in a situation where we have some code that is run by user input (button click), that runs through a series of function calls and result in generating some data (which is a quite heavy operation, several minutes). We'd like to use Async for this so that it doesn't lock up the UI while we're doing this operation.

            But at the same time we also have a requirement that the functions will also be available through an API which preferably should be synchronous.

            Visualization/Example (pseudo-code):



            Answered 2020-Jun-09 at 13:35

            You can utilize .GetAwaiter().GetResult()

            as per your example, it would look like:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62283669


            How can I call this type of extension method from another class
            Asked 2020-May-19 at 13:36
            async Task CancelAfterAsync(Func> startTask, TimeSpan timeout, CancellationToken cancellationToken)
            using (var timeoutCancellation = new CancellationTokenSource())
            using (var combinedCancellation = CancellationTokenSource.CreateLinkedTokenSource(cancellationToken, timeoutCancellation.Token))
                var originalTask = startTask(combinedCancellation.Token);
                var delayTask = Task.Delay(timeout, timeoutCancellation.Token);
                var completedTask = await Task.WhenAny(originalTask, delayTask);
                // Cancel timeout to stop either task:
                // - Either the original task completed, so we need to cancel the delay task.
                // - Or the timeout expired, so we need to cancel the original task.
                // Canceling will not affect a task, that is already completed.
                if (completedTask == originalTask)
                    // original task completed
                    return await originalTask;
                    // timeout
                    throw new TimeoutException();


            Answered 2020-May-19 at 13:36

            Please check the code for usage. Also cancelafter function posted in your post is one way of doing it. Another way of same thing to doing it as follows. Also for clear understanding cancelling task in this fashion and its consequences here

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61851550


            Await doesn't block calling thread
            Asked 2020-Mar-19 at 06:18

            I never had a good chance to go deep into async/await , so I have just a gist of what it does.

            So I tried it in WinForms app like this:



            Answered 2020-Mar-19 at 06:14

            Async methods are a lot like generator methods. The compiler will split up your code at each await operator. A block of code is inserted to check if the task is already complete, in which case the method immediately continues. Or if the task is not complete, a callback is registered to continue execution later, and your method returns.

            Returning early is the whole point of an async method.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60751738


            Character with Bit/hex confusion in DB2
            Asked 2020-Feb-24 at 17:18

            This works:



            Answered 2020-Feb-24 at 17:18

            What are you using to call the stored procedure?

            What version and release of Db2 for i?

            In the Run SQL Scripts component of IBM ACS or the older Access for Windows, string literals in your statements are treated as varchar.

            Thus the CAST('0213725501A421D384233E5001' as char(26)) makes sense. What doesn't is the error message. Normally, you'd get a procedure not found error as the Db is looking for a procedure named PROGRAM.GET_TASKT_ID_BY_TASK_WEB_IDENTIFIER that takes a varchar parameter and the only thing that exists is a procedure that takes a char(26).

            IBM's tools have gotten better at implicitly converting when needed. But I usually go with an explicit conversion when testing manually (as you've done here). Or I just make the parms varchar to start. And convert to character within the procedure if needed.

            The char/varchar difference doesn't usually matter to the client code, as it can be specific in it's type definitions. It's only a factor for interactive tools like ACS that are executing dynamic statements.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60347742

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