Logic App "Delay-until" max value?

Adnan Khan 21 Reputation points
2022-01-17T09:08:32.083+00:00

Hi

What is the max possible value for Delay-Until action in Logic App? Can it be 2 years in future?

How does the cost/pricing works in this regard. Do we get charged for the time while the action is being "delayed"?

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  1. Alistair Ross 7,101 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-01-17T16:13:07.61+00:00

    A Logic app cannot run for more than 90 days in stateful workflows, 5 minutes for stateless and 366 days in a ISE environment logic-apps-limits-and-config. Therefore it would be safe to say the delay action cannot run for longer than the workflow run duration.

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  1. MayankBargali-MSFT 68,066 Reputation points
    2022-01-17T10:18:01.627+00:00

    @Adnan Khan For your first query I have reached out to my team to confirm if there is any max value for the delay until as I don't see any limit documented here and will keep you posted.

    For your second query for your run instance as there is no polling happening while the delay timer is running. You only pay for one (1) billable execution for the entire duration of the wait.

    Update:
    I have got the confirmation from the team that the max wait in the delay action is the same as the flow run duration value as documented here.