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This Node causes the Task to pause execution for the number of seconds specified. To create a Sleep Node, drag it from the Task Element Toolbox into your Task edit view. You will then be presented with the following Dialog Box:
 
This Node causes the Task to pause execution for the number of seconds specified. To create a Sleep Node, drag it from the Task Element Toolbox into your Task edit view. You will then be presented with the following Dialog Box:
  
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This asks you for the number of seconds that the Node should pause for. Valid values are whole and floating point numbers e.g 1 (one second) or 0.10 (one tenth of a second).
 
This asks you for the number of seconds that the Node should pause for. Valid values are whole and floating point numbers e.g 1 (one second) or 0.10 (one tenth of a second).

Latest revision as of 10:37, 19 August 2015

Sleep for n Seconds

This Node causes the Task to pause execution for the number of seconds specified. To create a Sleep Node, drag it from the Task Element Toolbox into your Task edit view. You will then be presented with the following Dialog Box:

Sleep dialog.png

This asks you for the number of seconds that the Node should pause for. Valid values are whole and floating point numbers e.g 1 (one second) or 0.10 (one tenth of a second).


See Also

Task Elements > Flow Control Task Elements > Sleep For n Seconds

Schedule Nodes | Decision Point Nodes | Start of Task | End of Task | Error Handler
Throw Exception | Passive Node | Log Entry | Sleep For n Seconds | While Node | Loop Node | Exit Loop Node | |Switch Node
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