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Boundary Timer event - couldn't instantiate class

Question asked by satramalin on Jul 16, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 29, 2014 by frederikheremans1
We have a scenario where we have a service task(Polling task) which polls a mailbox at constant intervals. We have to enable the polling through timers.We tried the following scenarios and ended up with 'Couldn't instantiate class' error.
- We have the service task and then an user task with a boundary timer event attached to it. The timer is set to PT1M. The timer is connected to the service task so that the polling happens again after the sepcified time.
(Attached is the xml content for this scenario)
- TimerCatchEvent which is next to the service task and the TimerCatchEvent is again connected to the service task

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