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Cancel (or timeout) FeatureTable.QueryFeaturesAsync()

Question asked by CSMike_PDX on Jun 21, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 21, 2018 by CSMike_PDX

QueryFeaturesAsync() is pretty well documented and has good samples available for it's basic usage, but I can't find anything on using the overload that includes a CancelationToken.  My interest is in both defining a timeout so a query can cancel automatically if it takes too long, as well as determining if a query is currently running and should be canceled before dispatching another.  Can someone provide me some pointers and/or sample code for doing this in the context of runtime?  I'm using 100.2.1 for WPF.


Thanks in advance!