We're migrating to the IBM Knowledge Center on December 18th.
The WDG Automation Documentation was built with the objective of being intuitive and effective, as well as the WDG Automation Studio, facilitating the usage and understanding of the tool, so that the user can navigate and learn everything about our commands.
In this section of the documentation, you will find details of each WDG Automation Studio command according to its category.
Below, a brief presentation of these categories:
•Database: there are commands for connecting to different databases, manipulating records and other forms of data control.
•Base: presents basic resources that a programming language must contain, as well as accessing and manipulating data structures and files in a simple and intuitive way.
•Communication: category responsible for all interaction carried out in a Chatbot, through textual communication, and IVR, using voice engines, including also the sending of SMS messages.
•Artificial Intelligence: commands capable of simulating human intelligence. It is also possible to create a Knowledge Base, deal with instructions in R language, assisted decision making according to the rules created in the script, in addition to manipulating contexts of rule sets and texts using algorithms.
•Natural Language: category with commands responsible for analyzing texts, searching for synonyms, spell-checking in different languages, as well as extracting information such as e-mail, date, addresses, and many other informations, from a text.
•Browser: commands with which it is possible to browse web pages, obtaining information such as text, images, etc.
•Terminal: commands responsible for managing resources that involve the use of network protocols to make a connection/communication between a computer and a server.
•Windows: features that allow the user to manipulate windows, interact with menus, assign and obtain field values and manipulate application controls.