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About Process Timeouts
Defining a Process Timeout
Dynamic Timeout Control for Processes
Process Timer Behavior
An entire process can have a timeout condition, with an accompanying process timeout handler step. The timeout duration begins with the start of the process instance. You can define the source of the timeout value to be:
*A fixed, absolute timeout value you express.
*A timeout based on a webMethods business calendar.
Typically, you add a process timeout handler step to the process, which is invoked as a result of the timeout. You configure the process timeout handler step to execute whatever behavior you want to apply as a result of the timed-out process.
For more information about designating process timeout values, see Defining a Process Timeout and Process Timer Behavior.
You can also set a process timeout dynamically during run time. For more information, see Dynamic Timeout Control for Processes.
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