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Rise TimeOut Value in BPM monitors execution

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Hi!!!!!!

I have created a mixed SMTP/POP3 script and used it in a BPM profile.

I'm using a think time of 1800 seconds (30 minutes) because I need the script to wait that amount of time before it starts to execute the POP3 functions.

When I upload it to a BPM agent, it stops due to a timeout when 15 minutes have passed.

How could I rise the timeout value at a BPM agent level?

Many thanks in advance. Best regards,

David.
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Hi,

You have to change the following parameter in the agent1.cfg file:

TaskTimeoutMinutes=15

You may find this in the BPM-machine in the follwing path: HP\BPM\config.

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Hi,

You have to change the following parameter in the agent1.cfg file:

TaskTimeoutMinutes=15

You may find this in the BPM-machine in the follwing path: HP\BPM\config.

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Hi Mooseman,

Many thanks for your response. I found it yesterday in the afternoon, but I haven't changed it yet. I will do it and tell you the results. Many thanks and regards,

David.
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