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For test purposes it is handy to test a workflow that has a time out.
But what if the timeout is 35 days? How to test it? A system Job is created and it gets the status wait, am I right?Is there any way to run it on the spot and get the workflow started to pick up where it left of?Well these are a few questions that pop into mind. Any suggestions? It would be a great help.
You can set your timeout for less like upto 5 min. or less depending on you for testing and if its working fine then you can set actual timeout.
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