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General Overview

WorkFusion Studio is an Eclipse-based IDE used to develop bot configurations. Find the user guide sections below.

First Launch

Setting Master Password for Secure Storage

Available from RPA Express 2.3.0.

In case of fresh installation of Intelligent Automation Cloud – either Express or Business, the first launch of WorkFusion Studio enables you to set a master password for the secure storage where sensitive user data, including information on server profiles, are stored.

Mind that the password you enter here is not the same password you specified for Administrator credentials when installing Intelligent Automation Cloud – Express or Business. In fact, you may invent any master password you like.

Remember your master password, as you will be asked to enter it each time WorkFusion Studio launches.

Specifying Workspace

When you launch WorkFusion Studio first, Eclipse Launcher offers to specify the workspace you will be working in. The workspace directory you set at this step is the place to store your preferences and development artifacts.

In case of a shared machine, each user working on the machine has its own workspace when starting Express or Business Edition. No additional settings are performed.

Generally, the default path to your workspace is "C:\Users\YourUsername\workfusion-workspace" but you can specify any directory you like by clicking Browse. Click Launch to proceed further.

Check Use this as the default and do not ask again for the selected workspace to launch automatically when you start WorkFusion Studio next time.


If you need to add another workspace to work in, do as follows.

  1. In WorkFusion Studio, go to File > Switch Workspace > Other.
  2. Type in your new workspace name in the window that follows and click Launch. Eclipse Launcher will create the workspace automatically.

    When creating a new workspace, you can copy setting of the workspace you are working in at the moment. To do that, check the fields you need (Workbench Layout, Working Sets, Preferences).

If you have several workspaces, you can select a workspace to launch when WorkFusion Studio starts. To do that, click Recent Workspaces and select the workspace you need from the list below.

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