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ShiQuan-1371 asked KranthiPakala-MSFT edited

JSON file of pipeline

After the template is exported, execute the command: gradlew slicejsonfile.
The JSON file will be divided into multiple pipelines, and the following code will be added to the JSON file of multiple pipelines
"policy": {
"elapsedTimeMetric": {
},
"cancelAfter": {
}
},
Will the presence or absence of this code have an impact on the program, and what are the reasons for this code?
I look forward to your guidance

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Hello @ShiQuan-1371

As long as the parameters like elapsedTimeMetric and cancelAfter doesn't hold any value they will not impact your pipelines

In this case, it will not have any impact as the parameters are not assigned any value

Thanks!

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hello,@PratikSomaiya
thank you very much for your answer.
However, compared with the previous arm file and the current arm file, why is there more code? Do you understand this? Or is it because of the azure version?
I look forward to your guidance again.

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@ShiQuan-1371

This can be a new feature addition to the ARM template

Like we have policies for activities as below, they might have added for pipeline as well, as long as they don't have any values, you don't need to worry

This is how policies are present for activities:

  "policy": {
                              "timeout": "7.00:00:00",
                              "retry": 0,
                              "retryIntervalInSeconds": 30,
                              "secureOutput": false,
                              "secureInput": false
                          }
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