Benefit: A Business Process is considered to “timeout” when the start step is matched (and possibly additional steps as well), but the final step is NOT seen within the “recordTimeoutThreshold” period from the start step being matched.  In this case the “recordTimeout” setting allow you to configure the following options:

                True – The business process is recorded in it’s current state and the status becomes “TIMEDOUT”.

                False – The business process is discarded and its state is reset, nothing is recorded for the “TIMEDOUT” business process.