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RemoveTimer will cancel the specified timer.
Due to the queuing mechanism of the
Application Runtime Environment, a timer set with the
AddNonTriggerTimer could have already fired and the timer event is still queued for processing, even though you have used the
RemoveTimer action. While this scenario is extremely unlikely, it is still possible and the logic of your application should account for it (for instance, you could set a boolean global variable indicating that the timer has been removed when you use the
RemoveTimer event, and check the value of that boolean variable in the
If the timer results in a
no handler, then the Timer Provider will remove the timer automatically.
|Parameter Name||.NET Type||Default||Description|
|TimerId *||The identifier to the timer to remove. This value originates from either the |
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