Asynchronous Processing with Timers

This course will introduce you to batch processing in OutSystems. With this introductory course, you will be able to how to create timers to execute long-running tasks in asynchronously and in the background, at a pre-defined schedule or on-demand.

What will you learn?

You’ll learn the how to create timers, and execute them so processing can be done asynchrounously and without impacting the end-user experience. You will also learn how to design a timer following best practices.

What do you need?

You will need the OutSystems Development environment tools available for Windows and macOS.

System requirements can be reviewed here. You will also need access to an OutSystems 11 server (or Personal Environment).

Before you start...

We recommend that you first take the following course:

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30 May (7 days ago)
Some inaccuracies: when a timer fails to execute 3 times, it does not become deactivated, as indicated. It will not retry more for that execution but the timer still continues active and will be executed again in the next scheduled time.
21 May (2 weeks ago)
Liked the exercise
2 May
Really Amazing, simple and direct to the point.
18 Apr
Learnt that triggering timer from server action is considered as asynchronous.
24 Mar
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