I have a process where a normal Task A is followed by an intermediate Timer Event B which is then followed by a script Task C.
Task C is used to initiate tasks in a different process based on data collected in Task A. I use WSDL services to initiate tasks in Task C.
Timer B is activated by a timereventcron job. This php file runs periodically on activation by Windows Task Scheduler.
I see that sessions are not created via WSDL in Task C whenever the Timer B event is included between Task A and Task C. The moment I remove Timer Event B, then the the WSDL session is created in Task C and output is as expected.
Is this an expected outcome - the relation between Timer Event B and Task C?