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Message 1218119 - Posted: 14 Apr 2012, 6:45:08 UTC

Hi all, just wondering how long it takes for completed tasks to get validated? I have 1 from April 3, and April 5 then 2 from April 9 still not validated. Just want to make sure this is normal and if not how to I get it solved.

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Message 1218141 - Posted: 14 Apr 2012, 7:11:12 UTC - in response to Message 1218119.

Hi all, just wondering how long it takes for completed tasks to get validated? I have 1 from April 3, and April 5 then 2 from April 9 still not validated. Just want to make sure this is normal and if not how to I get it solved.

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It's completely normal, and totally dependent on the speed of your "wingman" (the 2nd workunit) in returning his result. You each have until the deadline to do so. If one is not returned by the deadline, it will timeout and be resent to a new wingman, with a new due date.

I've had some of my completed work take 60-90 days, and longer. Be patient; eventually credit will be issued.

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Message 1218280 - Posted: 14 Apr 2012, 15:39:11 UTC

BTW, your deadline and his deadline will not be the same. The deadline is based on the time it was sent, not the time it was created.




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