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{{Glossary item|Term=execution context|Definition=An execution context represents a single run of a Pega Robot Studio automation. Each execution context is started with an event, such as a button click. Any links started as a result of a button click are part of the same context. If an automation calls another automation, the links executed in the second automation are part of the same context. Any child threads that are created are also part of the same context.}}
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{{Glossary item|Term=execution context|Definition=A single run of a Pega Robot Studio automation. Each execution context is started with an event, such as a button click. Any links started as a result of a button click are part of the same context. If an automation calls another automation, the links executed in the second automation are part of the same context. Any child threads that are created are also part of the same context.}}

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execution context
A single run of a Pega Robot Studio automation. Each execution context is started with an event, such as a button click. Any links started as a result of a button click are part of the same context. If an automation calls another automation, the links executed in the second automation are part of the same context. Any child threads that are created are also part of the same context.