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Each timer is created in your eSpace provided with an action that allows you to explicitly put it to work, i.e., explicitly wake a Timer. This action is called Wake<Timer> and can be used in an action flow (Collection of elements that graphically implement the behavior of an action. You can have flow control elements (If, For Each, ..., End) and you can invoke other actions. Elements in an action flow are linked through Connectors.).
When the Wake<Timer> action is executed, the NextRun property of that Timer is updated to the present time. The timer will then be handled by the Platform Server and executed according to its priorities. See how priorities are handled.
The Wake<Timer> action has no input parameters nor output parameters.
Explicitly Wake a Timer | Action Flow Editor | Overview of Timers