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Dynamically set the Maximum Runtime (MRT) Fixed value.

Question asked by Jeremy_Swartwood_269 on Dec 30, 2014
Latest reply on Sep 29, 2016 by AlainMoisy
Questions:
Is there any workaround, method, function, or hack-together to dynamically set the Fixed Value on the Runtime tab for the Maximum Runtime (MRT)?

An example is:
We would like this value to be able to be small for small file transfers, and large for large file transfers, equivalent to the byte size of the file based on our average transfer rate + a buffer to prevent false alerts.

Another Example:
This would also be helpful if a process is performing say a MONTH END run instead of a DAILY run, but using the same workflow.

Another Example:
If a process runs based on some input (file, setting, date range, etc), it would be nice to be able to dynamically increase the MRT based on foresight that the job will run longer than normal.

Anyways, examples aside, is there any way to change it through automation/script?

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