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Timers cannot be reliably cancelled or nested prior to 6.6.0

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      We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:

      Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.

      In 6.6.0, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:

      Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.

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            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) created issue -
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
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            Description We need to document the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:

            Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.
            We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:

            Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
            Description We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:

            Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.
            We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:
            ??Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.??

            In 6.6, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:
            ??Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.
            ??
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
            Description We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:
            ??Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.??

            In 6.6, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:
            ??Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.
            ??
            We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:
            {{Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.}}

            In 6.6, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:
            {{Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.}}
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
            Fix Version/s 6.6.0 [ 16812 ]
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
            Description We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:
            {{Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.}}

            In 6.6, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:
            {{Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.}}
            We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:
            {{Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.}}

            In 6.6.0, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:
            {{Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.}}
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
            Link This issue relates to MB-28734 [ MB-28734 ]
            siri Sriram Melkote (Inactive) made changes -
            Description We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:
            {{Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.}}

            In 6.6.0, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:
            {{Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.}}
            We need to document and release-note the below limitation in 5.5.x, 6.0.x and 6.5.x codelines:

            {{Eventing timers once created cannot be overwritten by using the same reference. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback cannot create a fresh timer. Both limitations are addressed in 6.6.0 by MB-28734.}}

            In 6.6.0, we need to advertise the following in both release notes and documentation:

            {{Eventing timers can now be cancelled using cancelTimer() function, or by creating a new timer with same reference as an existing timer. In addition, a function that is invoked by a timer callback can create fresh timers.}}
            amarantha.kulkarni Amarantha Kulkarni (Inactive) made changes -
            Labels releasenote must-fix releasenote
            amarantha.kulkarni Amarantha Kulkarni (Inactive) made changes -
            Status Open [ 1 ] In Progress [ 3 ]
            amarantha.kulkarni Amarantha Kulkarni (Inactive) made changes -
            Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]
            Status In Progress [ 3 ] Resolved [ 5 ]

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