Boundary timer event
Boundary timer event acts as a stopwatch and as an alarm clock. When it’s time to execute the activity to which the boundary event is attached, a timer is started. When the timer fires (e.g., after a specified interval), the activity is interrupted and the sequence flow going out of the timer boundary event is followed.
|Execution listeners||Listeners for an activity, process, sequence flow, start and end event.|
|Time cycle (e.g. R3/PT10H)||Define the timer with the ISO-8601 cycle.|
|Time date in ISO-8601||Define the timer with ISO-8601 date definition.|
|Time duration (e.g. PT5M)||Define the timer with ISO-8601 duration.|
|Time End Date in ISO-8601||Define the timer with ISO-8601 date definition.|
|Cancel activity||Provides the activity cancelling.|