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Define execution timeout on triggers for Job tasks.

Before you begin

  • You must have Author permission on the workspace where the task is located to create or update the task.
  • You must have Execute permission to edit triggers.


  1. If you are editing your task after it has been created, go to its details page, then click the icon next to Trigger.
  2. Go to the Schedule step.
  3. Select an existing trigger or create a new one.
  4. In Trigger timeout, select one of the following options:
    • Same as task
    • No timeout
    • Custom: Enter a value. The minimum value is 1 minute.

    The trigger timeout value is the same as the task timeout by default.

    Trigger timeout overrides task timeout.

  5. Save and close.


If you set a custom timeout, you can see its value under the trigger name from the Trigger box in the Task details page. When exceeding this value, the task execution terminates and the Timed out status displays in Last 5 runs.

You can also see all executions stopped by a timeout from the Terminated tab in the Operations page with the Timed out status.