The following example shows how to use the Scheduling API to stop a scheduled task's next execution and delete it from the database:
To stop the actual code execution of the scheduled task's ExecuteTask() method, you must implement custom logic to check if the task status is set to Stopped and return from the method early. This is needed because once a task starts its execution, there is not out of the box logic that forcefully stops it.
You may use this method in a scenario where the ExecuteTask() method's execution time is long or CPU intensive, for example:
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