Options tab of Start Task Action allows specifying the way in which the Action will interact with the Tasks it has started. Start Task Action can either wait for Tasks to finish and retrieve their execution status (i.e., whether they have experienced errors during execution) or immediately run the next Action within the Task from which it is executed.
|Continue immediately||The Task containing Start Task Action will proceed with the next Action immediately after the Start Task Action has finished starting all specified Tasks.|
|Continue after delay of||The Task containing Start Task Action will proceed with the next Action after delaying of specified amount of time (from the moment Start Task Action has started all specified Tasks).|
|Wait for Task to complete||The Tasks containing Start Task Action will proceed with the next Action only after all Tasks started by Start Task Action are finished.|
|Do not wait longer than||Specifies the maximum amount of time the Start Task Action will wait for started Tasks to finish.|
|Time units||Define and set a time frame in any given preferred format—be it milliseconds, seconds, minutes, hours or days.|
|This Action is enabled||The Action is executed only if it is enabled. Otherwise, it will be automatically skipped (completely ignored) from the Task flow.|
|Use custom display name||Rename this Action, to make a human-readable workflow that will help you to find, read, and make sense of the Task structure later.|
|Advanced fallback options||Manage the advanced fallback options—select which error types will lead to automatic execution of predefined workaround operations.|
|Log only errors||Choose to skip info and warning messages for this Action. It may be useful to keep the log file small and tidy on production systems.|
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