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Defining a Boundary Timer Event Timer Condition
For more information about intermediate boundary timer events and setting timeout values, see About Boundary Intermediate Timer Events.
To define a boundary timer event timer condition value
1. In the process editor, click a boundary timer intermediate event to select it.
2. Click the Timer Condition page in the Properties view.
3. In the Timer Condition area, make the following selections:
*Source. Select one of the following as the source of your timer value:
*Use a Static Value to apply a fixed period of time to the timeout interval. Specify the days, hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds of the timeout value.
*Use a Field Value to dynamically define the timeout duration by specifying the name of a data field present in the pipeline from an upstream document. Both top-level and nested fields can be specified. The field value is interpreted in milliseconds. For example, if the field value is 60000, the timeout value will be 60000 milliseconds (one minute).
*Use a Business Calendar Value to select a timer condition based on a business calendar in My webMethods Server. Specify the business calendar you want to work with, and the days, hours, minutes, and seconds of the timeout value.For more information about configuring a business calendar value, see About Business Calendar Timeouts, Business Calendar Prerequisites, and Specifying Business Calendar Timeout Values.
4. Save the process.
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