oSequencer.Add 10, "ID1", 1
|Timeout||(Variant) Specifies when the item is released and thus when the onStep event fires (if it doesn't occur sooner by the Release method). |
If it is the numeric value (of Integer, Long, Single, etc. type), then it means the number of seconds after which to release the item (0=doesn't wait, -1=wait for infinite time). The meaning of this item depends on setting the Type of item start on the Sequencer page:
If the "0 = items start independently, each according to its timeout" is set, then it is the time from calling the Add method.
If the "1 = items start chronologically, timeout is delay between them" is set, then it is the time since releasing the last item. In this case the defined timeout must be less or equal to 21 days (i.e. 1814400 seconds).
Possible change of the computer time has no influence to the timeout of items, i.e. the number of seconds is observed till the start.
If it is the value of the Date type, then it is the date and time when to release the item. The Date type cannot be set if the "1 = items start chronologically, timeout is delay between them" is set. Possible change of the computer time has no influence to the absolute time of starting the items. The items are started in the set absolute time (according to the new time). For example, the item that had to be started in 14:00:00, is started in 14:00:00 of the new time.
|Val1||(Variant) 1st value of the item. This value can be set for the next usage in the onStep event.|
|Val2||[optional] (Variant) 2nd value of the item. Usage see Val1|
|Val3||[optional] (Variant) 3rd value of the item. Usage see Val1|
|Params||[optional] (String) Additional parameters of the created item. Entries are in format KeyVal, for example thread:main;.|
"thread:xxx;" - Specifies the thread where the onStep event will be fired for this item. The setting is relevant only if the PmSequencer object uses the worh thread (see the configurator "Used thread"), is then ignored. The usage of this option see PmSequencer and How to start selected scripts in another thread.