The Wait workflow block waits for a condition specified in the workflow block to become true, or for a timer to expire. By default, exit ports for this block allow for separate workflow paths for these events.
Wait Workflow Block Properties
The timeout behavior is as follows:
If value-based timer (such as duration) is specified by values
|days||==||null && hours == null && minutes == null,||then infinite timeout or never times out|
|days||==||-1 && hours == -1 && minutes == -1,||then infinite timeout or never times out|
|days||<=||0 && hours <= 0 && minutes <= 0,||then immediately times out and timeout exit is used|
|days||>||0 && hours > 0 && minutes > 0,||then combined value is set as the timeout and exit timeout is used when the time passes.|
If field-based timer
|fieldvalue||==||null,||then infinite timeout or never times out|
|fieldvalue||<=||UtcNow,||then immediately times out and timeout exit used|
|fieldvalue||>||UtcNow,||then combined value is set as the timeout and exit timeout is used when the time passes|
You can define additional exit ports under the Exits Configuration tab. See Exits Configuration.
Continue to the next block.
General exit port for a failed integration action. A logical next step is to trigger a notification.
|Title||A unique name for the workflow block.|
|Field||The due date is generated relative to the field selected from the drop-down list.|
|Duration||Defines the due date according to the interval defined in the Days, Hrs (hours), and Mins (minutes) fields|
|AND / OR||The child filter condition.|
|Field||The operand. Select from the drop-down list.|
|Operator||An additional operator. Select from the drop-down list.|
|Value||Adds a value. Depending on the child business object, this can be a drop-down list or calendar selection.|
|Adds an expression to the workflow block.|
|Removes an expression from the list.|
|Save||Commits your settings.|
|Cancel||Exits without saving.|
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