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package org.springframework.batch.repeat.policy;
Termination policy that times out after a fixed period. Allows graceful exit from a batch if the latest result comes in after the timeout expires (i.e. does not throw a timeout exception).
N.B. It may often be the case that the batch governed by this policy will be transactional, and the transaction might have its own timeout. In this case the transaction might throw a timeout exception on commit if its timeout threshold is lower than the termination policy.

Dave Syer
Default timeout value in millisecs (the value equivalent to 30 seconds).
	public static final long DEFAULT_TIMEOUT = 30000L;
	private long timeout = ;

Default constructor.

Construct a TimeoutTerminationPolicy with the specified timeout value (in milliseconds).

	public TimeoutTerminationPolicy(long timeout) {
		this. = timeout;

	public boolean isComplete(RepeatContext context) {
		return ((TimeoutBatchContextcontext).isComplete();

	public RepeatContext start(RepeatContext context) {
		return new TimeoutBatchContext(context);
	protected class TimeoutBatchContext extends RepeatContextSupport {
		private volatile long time = System.currentTimeMillis();
		private final long timeout = TimeoutTerminationPolicy.this.;
		public TimeoutBatchContext(RepeatContext context) {
		public boolean isComplete() {
			return (System.currentTimeMillis() - ) > ;
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