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1.2.5.16184.220_226 task hold stop condition


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The difference is what it does to the task queue.

 

Set task: Sets teh new task as the one and only task to be executed.

Push task: Pushes the new task to the top of the queue while keeping the other tasks.

 

A quick example, you are assigning two Fire at Point tasks with a duration of 10 minutes.

Set task: the last task to be triggered will execute for 10 minutes and then nothing happens.

Push task: the last task to be triggered will execute for 10 minutes, once complete the next task will execute.

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