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  • Properties

    Name Description Mandatory Default value Observations
    Name Identifies an element in the scope where it is defined, like a screen, action, or module. Yes
    Description Text that documents the element. Useful for documentation purpose.
    The maximum size of this property is 2000 characters.
    Action Action that is executed when the Timer is awakened. Yes
    Schedule Schedule the start time and frequency of the Timer. The value of this property can only be specified using the Timer Schedule Editor. Open it by double-clicking on the property name or by clicking on "...".
    Timeout in Minutes Maximum time in minutes that Platform Server waits for the timer execution to end. Yes 20
    Priority Defines the order by which the Timers are prioritized. Yes 3 - Normal
    Is Multi-tenant Set to Yes to run the Timer isolatedly for each tenant or 'No' to run once for data shared among tenants. If not set, it inherits the module setting. Yes

    Runtime Properties

    Name Description Read Only Type Observations
    Schedule Indicates the time and the frequency that the Timer is awakened. Text When setting this runtime property, you must use one of the supported schedule formats. The schedule formats are case-sensitive. Examples:
    "16:15" (awake the Timer every day at 16:15);
    "22:00 Mon Fri" (awake the Timer every Monday and Friday at 22:00);
    "15:30 16" (awake the Timer on the 16th day of every month at 15:30);
    "00:15 2nd Tue" (awake the Timer on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 00:15);
    "When Published" (awake the Timer after each 1-Click Publish operation).
    Be aware that no format validations are done at development time. You must be careful to use the correct format when assigning a value to the Schedule runtime property, otherwise the Timer might not run.
    LastRun Indicates the last calendar day and time when the Timer awoke, automatically or explicitly. Yes Date Time
    NextRun Indicates the next calendar day and time when the Timer is schedule to awaken. Yes Date Time
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