Use this method to pause a thread for a specified time interval. This method causes the current thread to wait a specified time interval (at least) before continuing with activity processing. (This method performs a Java sleep().)
Use this method only when truly necessary and for short intervals, as system resources are consumed during the wait. Do not create activities that may loop indefinitely on a wait condition.
The Wait method has two optional parameters. Enter a value for at least one of them. If you specify both parameters, the system adds the two parameters together so the resulting wait interval is WaitSeconds plus WaitMillSeconds.
|WaitSeconds||Enter a length of time to wait in seconds as an integer value, or a numeric expression or property reference.|
|WaitMillSeconds||Enter a length of time to wait in milliseconds as an integer value from 0 to 999, or a numeric expression or property reference.|
This method causes both the system and the client to wait for the specified number of seconds and milliseconds.
Checking the method status
This method updates the pxMethodStatus property. See How to test method results using a transition.
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