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Execution timeout

Corteza workflows' execution does not timeout by default (the workflow can run indefinitely).

If your use-case requires you to define a timeout, you can implement this manually.

The below example does two things:
  • Schedule a timeout after 10sec of execution,

  • repeat the iterator indefinitely.

manual timeout
Workflow step details:
  1. (1) Test trigger:

    • resource: System

    • event: onManual

    • enabled: checked

  2. (2) Fork:

    • gateway: Inclusive

    • conditions:

      • true

      • true

  3. (3) Wait 10sec:

    • offset: 10

  4. (4) Log context timeout:

    • type: Log debug message

    • arguments:

      • message:

        • value type: constant

        • value: Context timeout

  5. (5) Context timeout: /

  6. (6) Repeat indefinitely:

    • type: Condition

    • arguments:

      • while:

        • value type: expression

        • value: true

  7. (7) Log iteration:

    • type: Log debug message

    • arguments:

      • message:

        • value type: constant

        • value: Iterator loop

  8. (8) Done: /

  9. (9) Completed: /