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Re: Trigger Project Firefly execution using OpenWhisk alarms
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- Project Firefly
Hi @SarahXu! The issue has been fixed. Thanks for your support.

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Hi @duypnguyen! It seem that all my actions that are running with whisk alarms are emitting a timeout error. Result: "The action exceeded its time limits of 60000 milliseconds." My code is just returning the current date so it should not take more than 300ms aprox. The output for 'aio activation logsID' is this:The manifest file is exactly the same that is provided on the CodeLab:

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Hello,I'm building an application in Project firefly that will be used to launch a daily automation that ends loading data into Customer Attributes FTP (Target). I've tested the code of the function by calling it from the development web interface (after aio app run) and invoking it directly from the terminal (aio rt action invoke). In both cases, it is working perfectly. The problems come when I try to launch the function daily in an automated way. I'm using nodejs:12, and it seems that it's ch...

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