No Custom Parameters
AddTriggerTimer will set a timer which will attempt to trigger a new script when fired.
AddTriggerTimer is used to cause another script to initiate after a set amount of time.
You can cancel an outstanding timer with the
AddNonTriggerTimer offer the same feature from the perspective that both provide a means to set a timer. The difference is that one action creates a
triggering timer, and the other creates a
non-triggering timer. Because script instances are a licensable resource and should be managed closely, it may make more sense to end the application that set the timer, and so a triggering timer is required. Ultimately it is up to the developer of the script to determine which is the best fit.
Timer Provider stores timers only in memory. If the provider is disabled, or if the Cisco Unified Application Server service is restarted, all outstanding timers will be lost.
If the timer results in a
no handler, then the Timer Provider will remove the timer automatically.
|Parameter Name||.NET Type||Default||Description|
|TimerDateTime *||The initial time to fire the |
|TimerUserData *||An opaque token used to allow distinguishable timer events to be raised. The value specified here will be sent back in the |
|TimerRecurrenceInterval||If specified, this timer will reoccur indefinitely until the timer is removed via |
|Parameter Name||.NET Type||Description|
|TimerId||The ID of the timer, which is generated by the Timer Provider. This value can be used later to cancel the timer with the |