Sleep activity

A Sleep activity is used to delay a job for a specific period of time.

At runtime, the sleep activity makes the job wait for the specified amount of time. For example, in an event map, which is triggered when a COM call fails to send an email, you can configure the Sleep activity to set the job to sleep for 60 seconds before attempting to send the email again.

Note We do not recommend Sleep nodes as they impact performance; only use them for very short waits.

Use process events for internal and external inter-process communication. See Process events for more information on configuring and using process events.

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