Cancel a Batch Job
If you need to change a batch job, you can cancel the first one and then create a new one. Cancelling a batch job you don't need will also speed up the queue for everyone, including any jobs you create later. Once a batch job is complete and you no longer need the results, you can use this API to purge the results from the system earlier than they would be automatically.
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HTTP Verbs and URIs
- Cancel a batch job with the matching job ID..
||The ID of the job that was returned when you created it.||Integer ID as supplied by aWhere|
Query String ParametersNo query string parameters are supported.
Remember to always send your OAuth2 Access Token in the
Authorization header (see Authentication). This API doesn't require any additional headers.
Response HTTP Status Codes and Headers
This API returns standard HTTP status codes and headers for aWhere APIs. No additional headers are returned. When a job is successfully cancelled, the status code will be
204 No Content.