Event Handler Timeout Processing

Use the timeout processing information below, in combination with other event handler guidelines, to develop event handlers that override or extend standard model behavior. You can check timeout status using checkForTimeout or IEvent.CheckForTimeout for .NET.

When an event timeout expires, there are several possible processing states. The most common states are:

Additional error states

Once the timeout status has been communicated to the script manager, Host Integrator begins another timer that governs how long the event handler is given to complete and return control:

Timeout processing for nested events differs.

 

Related Topics
Bullet Event handler guidelines
Bullet Error processing