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Documentation bug - activiti-5.9/docs/userguide

Question asked by nikhil.silveira on Apr 4, 2012
Latest reply on Apr 4, 2012 by erensimsek
Under Timer Boundary Event it says:
Note: boundary timer events are only fired when the job executor is enabled (i.e. jobExecutorActivate needs to be set to true in the activiti.cfg.xml, since the job executor is disabled by default)

and under Job executor activation it says:
By default, the JobExecutor is activated when the process engine boots. Specify

<property name="jobExecutorActivate" value="false" />

when you don't want the JobExecutor to be activated upon process engine boot.

So which one is it ? activated by default or disabled by default?

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