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Defining a Process Timeout
To define a process timeout value
1. In the process editor, click anywhere in the empty process canvas to select the process so you can configure a process timeout.
2. Click the Timeout page in the Properties view.
3. In the Timeout Handler Task list, select the process step you want to designate as the timeout handler. This step will be executed when the timeout period is exceeded. If you do not define a timeout handler step, the process will attempt to invoke the process error handler step instead. If no error handler step is present, the process fails.
4. In the Maximum Process Execution Time 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 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 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.
5. Save the process.
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