I have a GeodatabaseFeatureTable from which I am running some query against using the QueryAsync(QueryFilter) function. In some cases, my query can take some time to finish and I would like to cancel the operation. Unfortunately, the QueryAsync() function in this class does not provide a cancellation mechanism such as the QueryTask.ExecuteAsync(Query, CancellationToken). How would one go about to cancel the execution of the GeodatabaseFeatureTable.QueryAsync() ?
QueryFilter qFilter = new QueryFilter
WhereClause = whereClause
IEnumerable<Feature> returnedList = await _geoDbFeatureTable.QueryAsync(qFilter);