Question3Replies42Views×Close popoverwang feng (wangf761) accenture accenture CN View ProfileSend Message wangf761 Member since 2019 3 posts accenture Posted: January 6, 2021Last activity: January 8, 2021Posted: 6 Jan 2021 23:20 ESTLast activity: 8 Jan 2021 4:31 EST Solved flow action - post processing activity 504 getway timeout.In the post processing activity has only one step to wait 60s. After the flow action runned, in the section 504 getway timeout is showed. can i set timeout time?***Edited by Moderator: Pooja Gadige to change category from General to Product, add platform capability tag, add product details tag*** Pega Platform Case Management ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 1 month agoPosted: 7 Jan 2021 3:54 EST×Close popoverMarc Lasserre (MarcLasserre_GCS) PEGA Principal Software Solutions Engineer PEG FR View ProfileSend MessageMarcLasserre_GCS PEGA replied to wangf761Hello, What platform version is it? Can you use a Wait shape on your flow instead of doing it within an activity? Or set an SLA on an assignment to ResumeFlow at the right time with the agent. Posted: 1 month agoUpdated: 1 month agoPosted: 7 Jan 2021 5:19 ESTUpdated: 7 Jan 2021 5:23 EST×Close popoverwang feng (wangf761) accenture accenture CN View ProfileSend Messagewangf761 accenture replied to MarcLasserre_GCSHelloPega Version is 7.4.0 I can't modify flow. It's just tested with Wait. According to the current business, in post-processing, the time will be more than 60 seconds, and 504 errors will be reported.Curiously, there will be no timeout on the development environment and a timeout error on the test environment. Posted: 1 month agoPosted: 8 Jan 2021 4:31 EST×Close popoverwang feng (wangf761) accenture accenture CN View ProfileSend Messagewangf761 accenture replied to wangf761Test environment is use aws Elastic Load Balancing.By default, Elastic Load Balancing sets the idle timeout for your load balancer to 60 seconds.