Script functions dependent upon Agents, ignore Maximum Runtime when the Agent is not active

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Article ID: 129020

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Products

CA Automic Workload Automation - Automation Engine

Issue/Introduction

When you run a script with a script function that requires an Agent(Get_Filesystem, Preps_Process_File, oder Prep_Process_Filename), 
if the Agent is not active - the task must wait on the host and you have a Maximum Runtime defined, the task does not end after the defined maximum runtime. 
The task just sits there waiting until the Agent is started or it is manually cancelled. 
If the Agent is started way after the maximum runtime the task will successfully run to completion. 

Environment

Release: AUTWAB99000-12.2-Automic Workload Automation-Base Edition
Component: AUTOMATION ENGINE

Resolution

To obtain the correction for this issue please install one of the following versions or higher:

  • Automation Engine 12.0.8 - Available 
  • Automation Engine 12.1.4 - Available 
  • Automation Engine 12.2.2 - Available
  • Automation Engine 12.3.0 - Available 



All of the dates above are tentatively planned and are subject to change.

Correction Description:
An error has been fixed where script objects in status waiting-for-host were not cancelled even if their maximum runtime was exceeded.