The next table presents the properties of the Timer element.

Property

Description

Optionality

Default value

Obs.

Name

Text that identifies the Timer in the eSpace.

Mandatory

Timern

See rules for naming elements.

Description

Free text that describes the Timer. You can edit the text by directly typing it in the property or in the description editor which opens by clicking

Optional

 

Useful for documentation purposes.

The maximum size of this property is 2000 characters.

Is Multi-tenant

Indicates whether the timer is Multi-tenant or Single-tenant.

 

No, if the eSpace is Single-tenant.

Yes, if the eSpace is Multi-tenant.

<not defined> if the Timer inherits the value set in the 'Is Multi-tenant' property of the eSpace

Learn more About Multi-Tenancy.

Schedule

Defines the time and frequency when the Timer is awakened. To specify this, double-click on the property name or click on to open the Timer Schedule Editor.

Mandatory

 

 

Priority

Defines the order by which the Timers are prioritized. The priority is only used when there are more Timers than the ones the Front-end Server can handle.

Mandatory

 

Learn more about Timer Priorities.

Timeout in Minutes

Specifies the period of time that the OutSystems Scheduler Service tries to execute the action associated with the Timer.

Mandatory

20

Learn more about time-out of Timers.

Action

Action that is executed when the Timer is awakened.

Mandatory

 

 

Arguments

When the action has input parameters, this property allows you to assign values to them. You can enter the values directly or use the Expression Editor.

NA

NA

The argument is mandatory or optional, if the parameter in the action is, respectively, mandatory or optional.

See Also

Timer Description